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Geluid No.10 (1977)
15/12/2010, 10:00
Filed under: 70's, Bird Sounds, Sound Effects | Tags: , , , , , ,

Geluid 10 voor Amateur-Filmers en Geluidsjagers.
39 Vogelgeluiden

Sound 10 for Amateur Filmmakers and Soundhunters.
39 Birdsounds

Here’s a preview:

Here’s the record (40mb)

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Bird Sounds In Close-Up (1969)
18/12/2009, 20:48
Filed under: 60's, 70's, Bird Sounds, Sound Effects | Tags: , , ,

Nice field recordings of singing birds by Victor C. Lewis. The record also introduces the listener to some of the other sounds which go to make up the vocabulary of birds. It comes with a leaflet explaining not only the bird, month and year of the recordings but also the equipment used to do so.

It’s devided in four sections: Farm & Homestead, Open Countryside, Woodland & Copse and Gravel Pit & Marshland.

Here’s a preview:

Here’s the record (52mb)

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The “track” list:

Side One:
Band 1. (Farm & Homestead)
 

  • Robin
Blackbird
  • Song Thrush
  • Mistle Thrush
  • Blue Tit
  • Great Tit
  • House Sparrow
  • Tree Sparrow
  • Swallow
  • Starling

 

Band 2. (Open Countryside)
  • Skylark
  • Woodlark
  • Tree Pipit
  • Curlew
  • Meadow Pipit
  • Yellowhammer
  • Linnet
  • Corn Bunting
  • Cirl Bunting
  • Dartford Warbler
Side Two:
Band 1. (Woodland & Copse)
  • Nightingale
  • Jackdaw
  • Garden Warbler
  • Willow Tit
  • Sparrow Hawk
  • Wood Pigeon
  • Green Woodpecker
  • Great Spotted Woodpecker
  • Long-tailed Tit
  • Wren
  • Goldcrest
  • Hobby
Band 2. (Gravel Pit & Marshlands)
  • Black-headed Gull
  • Sedge Warbler
  • Reed Warbler
  • Kingfisher
  • Sand Martin
  • Little Grebe
  • Reed Bunting
  • Marsh Warbler


So Singen Unsere Vögel (197?)
12/11/2009, 10:00
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So Singen Unsere Vögel (“That’s how our birds sing”) is a German double disk record with bird sounds recorded in the wild by Hans A. Traber. There’s no year on the record but I guess it’s from the late seventies. (If anyone does know, please leave a comment)

So, if you’ve always wondered what the Heckenbraunelle (Prunella Modularis) or the  Teichrorhsänger (Acrocephalus Scirpaceus) sounds like, this record is the thing for you!

Here’s a few samples:

And here’s the complete recording on disk one and disk two (both ±60mb)