Bbbbbrrrrrrrrrrrrr that's the raspberry sound it's kind of like the sound of elephant. At this morning assembly Mr Jacobsen brought in two very historical wind instruments the conch and the shofar.
Mr Jacobsen told us how the people in the island chopped the end of conch shell and blow the raspberry sound to communicate with other island. He started talking about in the desert they don't have shells so they do the same thing with antelope horns. He also explained that bugles were used to tell people to line up.
This morning I had a great experience learning about the different kinds of wind instruments. My favorite instrument was the shofar because it was to me.