E-san. Sound letters

Finally, with the help of my friends, I managed to get all the cables, computer, soundcard and electricity to record some sound letters for you.

The whole thing is called E-san. Ezan in Turkish means prayer. And one can hear it five times every day almost everywhere in the Middle East.

The sounds are recorded while traveling from Lithuania –  Istanbul, Damascus, Jerusalem, Kars, mountains in Georgia.

There will be more in E-san. Bit by bit.  

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Ramazan.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Cano%20Cano.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Ramtidabiri.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Esan 2.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Racha.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Rasul.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Zolyno.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Krumbudum.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Malah.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Esan 5.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Ukikakikominomi.mp3

 http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Kennedy Bruecke.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Sarki.mp3

http://candycactus.net/mp3/E-san/Denaze.mp3

Enjoy

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2 Responses to “E-san. Sound letters”

  1. Ot cia tai liuks dalykas. Labai labai.

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