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7 results - UCS Category "WHSTMech" - Most at least downloaded

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- Plastic whistle 1
Whistling of a plastic whistle. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 00:12.
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- Whistling kettle 1
Whistle of a teapot or kettle on a wood fire. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 01:08.
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- Whistle, plastic 2
Several plastic whistles of different durations. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 00:22.
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- Whistling kettle 2
Whistle of a teapot or kettle on a wood fire. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 01:50.
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- Whistle, plastic 4
Several plastic whistles. Sound inside. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 00:06.
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- Whistle, plastic 3
Several plastic whistles. Sound inside. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 00:15.
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- Wooden whistle (one note)
Wooden whistle producing only a single note. Different ways and different rhythms of breath. UCS Category: WHSTMech. Duration: 00:26.
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