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Following the nightingale’s song last post, the Fill the world with birdsong series continues with- Do you speak nightingale?

If you ever wondered what your blog title, your name or anything else interesting sounded like if a nightingale sung it for you, then don’t look any further. Nightingale-song allows you to type a short phrase and convert this to birdsong. So, to all those reading this, please do try it out and post the audio file at your blog…

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“Fill the world with birdsong.”

Further information about how to post an audio file is available for WordPress and Blogger. One thing that you need is somewhere to host the file, try MediaMax.

Fill the world with birdsong.

Birdsong introduction

Birdsong (1) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong (2) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (3) Quiz | Answer ||Birdsong (4) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (5) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong (6) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (7) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong Finale: Nightingale

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The beautiful song of a nightingale.

Photo courtesy of insecta62

Reinsamba at the Freesound project

The last in the series of the Fill the birdsong posts- the song of a nightingale. It is considered by many to be the most beautiful birdsong. Having never head this song before I was awestruck by this 2 minute excerpt from the original recording which can downloaded from the link below the player.

Take 2 minutes to pause and listen. Do you think the nightingale lives up to its reputation?

Fill the world with birdsong.

Birdsong introduction

Birdsong (1) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong (2) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (3) Quiz | Answer ||Birdsong (4) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (5) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong (6) Quiz | Answer

Birdsong (7) Quiz | Answer || Birdsong Finale: Nightingale

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