Dating musical instruments

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The free-to-use site is aimed at musicians worldwide.“It’s very hard for musicians to sell their instruments these days,” explained Ngiau-Keng who spent some time looking into issue.In their paper, the authors discuss the importance of the Danube River in providing a corridor to funnel humans and their technologies into central Europe during the dawn of the Aurignacian.To support this claim, the Geißenklösterle site has yielded more than just these flutes.So, if you are interested in keeping your mind sharp in the decades ahead, you may want to put down the TV remote and pick up a set of drumsticks or a violin bow.

There are plenty of reasons people over 50 should consider adding a little music to their lives.

The published a paper on the oldest evidence of a human made evidence.

The bone flutes come from the Geißenklösterle cave in Germany and outdate prior musical instruments by at least 5,000 years.

The researchers have found personal ornaments, figurative art, mythical imagery and musical instruments from the cave, all dating to a period before the beginning of an ice age around 40,000 years ago.

Highman writes, “[Modern humans] were in Central Europe at least 2,000-3,000 years before this climatic deterioration, when huge icebergs calved from ice sheets in the northern Atlantic and temperatures plummeted…

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