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Tuesday, July 27, 2004



BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | Getting back into the groove
: "Queen Victoria, Abraham Lincoln, Florence Nightingale and other characters from history may soon be able to speak again, as scientists perfect techniques to recover the sound from recordings that are far too delicate to be played.
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