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How an Amazonian people convey their entire language by drumbeat

作者:郜鲦癜    发布时间:2017-07-15 07:00:50    

Dirk Schroeder / CHROMO / agefotostock By Andy Coghlan An indigenous Amazon tribe can swap messages over 20 kilometres or more, simply by beating out rhythms on pairs of drums. It turns out the rhythms of the drumming mimic the entirety of their spoken language. The Bora people live in parts of Peru and Colombia. They use drums called manguaré. A pair of drums, each a cylinder about two metres long,

 

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