• It is actually a person's voice.
  • The whistling? Isn't it a human? I remember reading somewhere that they used recordings of coyotes howling and other real animal sounds for the background music. [edit] Here ya go... "The score is composed by frequent Leone collaborator Ennio Morricone, whose distinctive original compositions, containing gunfire, whistling (by John O'Neill), and yodeling permeate the film. The main theme, resembling the howling of a coyote (which blends in with an actual coyote howl in the first shot after the opening credits), is a two-note melody that is a frequent motif, and is used for the three main characters, with a different instrument used for each one: flute for Blondie, ocarina for Angel Eyes and human voices for Tuco.",_the_Bad_and_the_Ugly

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