The wind playing upon the edifice produced a booming tune, like the note of some gigantic one stringed harp.Some of the work by Rupert Till et al is explored at Sounds of Stonehenge.
Perhaps archaeoacoustics will, one day, inform an even broader 'archaeology of the senses' in which the deep history of other senses including smell is even better understood.
P.S. 20 Sep: Bill Fontana wants to bring sounds of Chesil Beach to central London.
P.P.S. 17 Feb '12: Did otherworldy music inspire Stonehenge?