Aeolian wind harp sounding in Elqui Valley of Chile (exactly in the "Reservoir Puclaro”, 70km from La Serena).
This wind sculpture is facing the wind and 4 cords are vibrating. You can find more info about the sculpture on http://www.sonidocreativo.cl/?p=624
The project is called "Imagenes Eolicas del Elqui" and has been done by Mario Arenas Avarrete in La Serena, January 2006.
Another sound of the same sculpture by Laurent (on freesound):
The boom is located behind the first piece of metal, in the middle.
Sound recorded by a MS setup Schoeps Microphone CCM41&CCM8;
Cinela Zephyx Windscreen.
Sound Devices 744T Recorder
MS is encoded in STEREO Left-Right
recorded in february 2012
Sound Reference: @CAM120203T011
24bit / 96kHz (recorded in 192kHz)
more sounds on http://www.felixblume.com
The same sound on SoundCloud with french and spanish description:
A very similar sound of the same sculpture recorded with a contact microphone on
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