The father of the telephone speaks  APR 25 2013

Alexander Graham Bell famously participated in the first telephone call, but until very recently, we had no idea how his voice sounded. Then researchers used high-resolution optical scans of old audio discs and cylinders and converted them to audio...and found a short passage recited by Bell:

If you can't quite catch it, Bell is saying "hear my voice, Alexander Graham Bell."

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