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Template:Multi-listen links to several audio files. It is meant to be used for groups of audio files set off from the text, like music clips or sound recordings. To apply it in an article use the following:

{{multi-listen start}}
{{multi-listen item|filename=name_of_file_1_on_commons.ogg|title=Title of this file|description=The description of this file|format=Ogg}}
{{multi-listen item|filename=name_of_file_2_on_commons.ogg|title=Title of this file|description=The description of this file|format=Ogg}}
{{multi-listen item|filename=name_of_file_3_on_commons.ogg|title=Title of this file|description=The description of this file|format=Ogg}}
{{multi-listen end}}

For instance:

{{multi-listen start}}
{{multi-listen item
|filename    = Kimi ga Yo 1930.ogg
|title       = '''1880''' – Kimi ga Yo
|description = 1930 recording of the Japanese national anthem, Kimi ga Yo. Includes both the vocal and instrumental parts.
|format      = Ogg
}}
{{multi-listen item
|filename    = Skye Boat Song.ogg
|title       = '''1884''' – The Skye Boat Song
|description = An adaptation of the Skye Boat Song for bagpipes played by the Clan Stewart Pipe Band.
|format      = Ogg
}}
{{multi-listen item
|filename=Enrico Caruso - Geraldine Farrar - Jules Massenet - Manon - On L'appelle Manon.ogg
|title='''1884''' – ''Manon'': "Manon! avez-vous peur...On l'appelle Manon"
|description=1912 recording by Enrico Caruso and Geraldine Farrar of a scene from Act II of Jules Massenet's ''Manon'' (1884).
|format=Ogg
}}
{{multi-listen end}}

is rendered like this:

See also {{Listen}} and {{Audio}}.