March 16th, 2017

A two minute section of angry mob/riot noise for a production of Henry VI Part 1, performed by Italia Conti 2nd year students in the Italia Conti sound studio.

Stereo pair recording of 14 voices (fairly even mixture of male/female) for 2 minutes, featuring shouting, grumbling, and general riot noise - with some specific references to the play (e.g. "Gloucester").

Raw, as recorded.

Don't mind where used, but would appreciate a comment as I'd be greatly interested as to what you used it for.


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    HominesHistorici 2 days, 7 hours ago

    I am using this in my podcast to depict something that funny enough, happened in today's Italy. When the Romans send a dignitary to Tarentum during the Pyrrhic wars to negotiate the release of the captured men. When they arrived, it is recorded that a Tarentine mob forced the Epirots to escort them to the king.

    I'll be using this to depict said mob along with other effects. Thank you for making this available freely.

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    risi8706 2 months ago

    Thank you for the sound! I will use it - together with other sounds - as a background soundtrack (1 minute) for a non-commercial teaching tool.

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    Leo_Da_Slowly_Movin 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    using this sound.
    keep safe, and shalom.

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    jyha0220 6 months ago

    Thank you. I'll use it for my school assignment.

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    fce 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Dear Freesounder,
    we have used your marvellous sound in chapter 6 from our radioplay "Aus dem Leben einer Abenteurerin", based on the life of Catalina de Erauso.
    Thank you so much!
    If you wish, you can listen to it at https://www.fce-lu.com/hoerspiel
    Kind regards,
    Idoia & Josy

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