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In Turkey, Keeping a Language of Whistles Alive
by Malin Fezehai
The New York Times Translate This Article
30 May 2019
On 30 May 2019 The New York Times reported:
Before cellphones, Turkish 'bird language' allowed farmers to communicate across long distances in the Pontic Mountains. ... kus dili, or 'bird language,' ... transforms the full Turkish vocabulary into varied-pitch frequencies and melodic lines.
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