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When an arpeggio dies and begins to decompose, most of its matter is reabsorbed by soil, mud or whatever ground it may have expired on. However, trace amounts of a rarely studied element known as arphellium can be found for fractions of a second in the air surrounding the decomposed "arp". This is what arphellium sounds like if you manage to trap it in a mason jar and funnel it into your ear.
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