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1 April 2017: Sounds made by the Humber Bridge have been worked into a piece of music which visitors can listen to as they walk its 1.4-mile (2.2km) length.
The Height of the Reeds is an installation created by Opera North for Hull's City of Culture celebrations.
Hull-born actors Maureen Lipman and Barrie Rutter read a commentary over the top along with narration by seven-year-old Hull schoolgirl Katie Smith.
Norwegians Arve Henriksen (right), Jan Bang (centre) and Eivind Aarset (not pictured) composed the music.
Sounds from the bridge were recorded by Hull-based sound artist Jez Riley French (left).
They include the sound of the railings being "played" and vibrations captured from within the structure.
Picture: Sean Spencer/Hull News & Pictures Ltd
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