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    Long before birds, long before whales, insects have been thrumming, scraping, and drumming complex beats out into the world.  David Rothenberg decided to investigate the resounding beats of cicadas, crickets, katydids, leafhoppers and water bugs in his unusual third foray into music made with and out of the animal world in a new book and CD.

    “Fabulous entomological jazz.”


    —David George Haskell

    Website designed by Umru Rothenberg

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