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Using only an instrument and/or wordless vocal projections, bards are
capable of enlisting their mastery over sound and pitch to create a
clamor that is capable of deafening unprepared listeners whose ears
are assailed by this performance. The afflicted can hear nothing but
the clamor's incessant ringing until the affect wears off. A style that
embraces a high pitch and mirthful notes blares the clamor most potently,
while languid notes are much more subtle in their effect.

Lyrics prevent this cacophonous clamor from having its signature effect,
and as thus the song is always performed without words.