Hands up who has never heard the call to prayer in an Islamic country?
You probably know there are mosques and minarets and that someone shouts something to call everyone to go there and pray. It's called the adhan/athan/azan and it happens five times a day. Not always so long though depending on the time of day and the day itself. Usually on a Friday lunch time there is quite a long version. I'm sure you've heard the church bells ringing on a Sunday, this is their version and to me is much more atmospheric.
I don't actually hear this very often except when out on the street and somehow I virtually always manage to sleep through the early morning one if I'm in range.
The first video is of a local call to prayer in Amman, you don't need to listen to all of it, just enough to get the idea. Notice the microphones used. Before these came to be there had to be a somewhat breathless climb to the top of the minaret five times a day to do it.
The second video is of a female British TV presenter (who I can't quite remember her name at the moment but I've watched her many times) who visits Saudi Arabia. This is well her full exposure to it in context and with the full atmosphere.
I heard it in India. Fighting for the attention of the population with the songs of the sellers of flowers for the hindu rituals. Sometimes, the christian churches decided to chime in at the same time too...