This is what audio editors (Sound Forge, Cool Edit etc) are for - cutting'n'pasting of sounds. You could do this in Windows Sound Recorder even, if you have the disk space and the patience to splice together 120 samples.
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Alternatively, you could simply press "record" in your Audio Application Of Choice (Windows Sound Recorder upwards), run your program, and leave it going for 60 minutes. Save As a .wav, burn with your CD Burner App. of choice and voila. Even without the diskspace, as all you have is a single beep, you could probably knock down the sample quality without missing too much.
A less tedious way would be to record / construct a (say) 5 minute chunk, then burn it as 12 duplicate tracks with no inter-track gap.