Dorset's Jurassic Coast chimes to the sound of music


Hundreds of giant musical instruments have been installed along a coastal path in Dorset as part of the Cultural Olympiad.

Harmonic Fields overlooks the Olympic sailing course in Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour and is the idea of French composer Pierre Sauvageot.

More than 500 instruments are played by the wind at the disused Bowers Quarry site and the installation is open free to the public until 9 September.

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