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Re: Mystery caller

Subject: Re: Mystery caller
From: "Aaron Ximm" aaron_gmail
Date: Wed Oct 18, 2006 3:47 pm (PDT)
On 10/18/06, Alt, Mark <> wrote:
> Wrentit

Hmmm, how confident are you on this?

My callers don't sound much like the ones I listened to in the
Macaulay library or here:

in that they *always* descend on each note, and don't really trill.

Also they weren't nearly so plump looking! :)

> The call I would describe as a very clear, melodic, descending pattern
> of four notes, almost like the beginning of an etude -- almost a clear
> step down of diatonic notes across an octave. Quite unmodulated, no
> trilling, etc.
> The caller would alternate between this four note dropping series
> (with the fourth note down about an octave from the first) and
> variations on it that included only the first two or three notes,
> sometimes "resolving" to a different final note.


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