APPLETON - Music and a little fresh air filled the Lawrence University campus in Appleton Sunday.
Musicians took part in a 70 minute outdoor performance.
They performed a new composition by John Luther Adams called Inuksuit.
It's part of the "New Music Series" at the college.
But it's not your typical concert. Most of the instruments, mainly percussion and flute, simulate nature sounds.
Organizers say it's unique in its own way.
"The idea is for the performance to surround the audience so the audience is supposed to kind of walk among the performers and we're spread over the entire green here, said Michael Mizrahi with Lawrence University.
The piece was written for about 99 percussionists, but only about 60 musicians took part in the event.
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