Would you call those “tuning forks”?

This seems appropriate for the first thing in the morning, somehow, but maybe it’s just deranged.

I first heard this almost four years being, er, performed by an Orthodox priest in his seventies, if you can believe it. Here it is being performed by its author, Heywood Banks:

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