This item is not in the library — it is a part of: C. Cardew (ed.), Nature Study Notes (full, 1969).

Two classes of performers: improvisers and stone-throwers, the former class to contain more members than the latter.

The stone throwers throw stones to miss the improvisers and cause no damage, with a vigour proportionate to the intensity of the sound.


Appendix: There are no penalties for hitting an improviser or damaging an object, as it is assumed this will not occur.

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