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Glass Frog – Songs for Unusual Creatures

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In this episode of Songs for Unusual Creatures, Michael Hearst visits the Frog Pod at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and then collaborates with glass armonica player Cecilia Brauer on a new song for the amazing little glass frog.

We love glass armonica and glass frog videos. Watch more Songs for Unusual Creatures, more frogs, and more instruments in the archives.

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