Stonehenge may have been built for acoustics
4 More Ancient Pipers
Waller points out that structures such as Stonehenge, also known as “pipers’circles”, are a central part of a myth involving pipers that play for maidens dancing in a circle. The maidens then turn to stone at the sound of the music. The Hurlers is another one of some 150 stone circles found in England, and its close grouping of stones, three stone circles, makes it unique in England. The Pipers is another set out of two stones found to the West of the Hurlers, and is said to represent two men who played pipes on a Sunday and were turned to stone for doing so.