To you, personally what is the most beautiful sound in the world ?

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  1. chemobrain

    chemobrain Friend of Leo's

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    to sanswer:The sound of a 30 kiloton nuclear weapon exploding will result in your exclusion from this post, besides I already made it.
    to me the sound of a full size accordion landing on a banjo in an empty 6 yard metal garbage bin is second best
     
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    The agonized screams of my enemies mixed with the lamentations of their women.
     
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    Loon sounds in the morning coming across the misty lake.
     
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    The "ker-lunk" of the stylus dropping into the groove of whatever album I'm about to listen to - particularly if I've got a nice bottle of red to enjoy at the same time.
     
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    The first time my daughter called me "da da".
     
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    Man, banjos are fun! I'm out on this one.
     
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    The sound of silence. With 24/7 Tinnitus, that's not going to happen anytime soon.
     
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    Although my hearing is real bad anymore the thing that comes to mind is the sound of the woods and wildlife waking up on a cool, crisp autumn morning. I'm a bowhunter and to me that is the most peaceful sound in the world.
     
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    Having moved back to the country from town the sound of nothing but nature and wind rustling the leaves in the trees lightly while laying in a hammock. No car engines and bickering neighbors.
     
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    Bagpipes.




    Duh.
     
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    A dead heat between i) the dawn chorus of English songbirds on a Spring morning and ii) the welcoming squeals of "Grampy!" from the two best little girls in the world whenever we go visiting up to Liverpool. In third place would be the sound of a steam locomotive.
     
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    The sound a full bottle of aspirin makes the morning after a night of drunken debauchery with a woman 20 years younger.
     
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    The sigh of my current significant other. After the past 4 years that I've had (mom [cancer, death], dad's inappropriate behavior [can't even discuss], marriage disintegrating [everything i thought was real, wasn't]), I can't tell you how much a simple thing like that means...when you know, for real, what it means.
     
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    Waves lapping against the hull of a boat anchored up at night.

    That plus the accompanying gentle rocking are the most relaxing thing in the world for me.
     
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    "Welcome to Canada."

    Actually, that's second to the sound of my kids happily, healthily playing.
     
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    I hear you. Silence is tops of my list, too.

    When my 5-yr old son is playing in his room and singing. The other day I heard (complete with church lady vibrato): "O Lord, O Lord, blah blah blah, paracord"

    Early morning woods with a little bit of water running, coffee percolating/bacon frying, tele and a princeton. It's hard to choose.
     
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    It's already been mentioned... but the dawn chorus is my favourite.

    Other good ones;

    The start of Beethoven's 6th
    The hooting of owls
    A stream running over rocks
     
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    At this moment, the ringing sound a full glass of water (or other liquid) makes as I knock the back side of my Tele neck while chording the front. I'm using it on the final song of my album and it is both unique and sweet.
     
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    Probably my wife farting in her sleep!

    Guaranteed to make me move into the spare bedroom. :lol:

    Seriously, cold liquid as it pours onto ice.
     
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    Opening my eyes in the morning to hear my wife say "hi baby". Uh huh.
     
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