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Performer: Peter Bruce
Title: The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study of Its Song
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Peter Bruce - The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study of Its Song mp3 download


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The album included the following session artists: Read By. Peter Bruce (2). Recorded By. Konstantin Ciryl Halafoff. Script By. Watch now Various's video clip of album "The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study Of Its Song".

Explanation and Demonstration: Song - Mature Bird. The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study of Its Song. 03. Explanation and Demonstration: Song - Young Bird. 04. Explanation and Demonstration: Dance Music. 05. Explanation and Demonstration: Courting Song. 06. Explanation and Demonstration: Message Reception.

The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study of Its Song 1966. Explanation and Demonstration: Introduction. The Lyrebird: A Documentary Study of Its Song 1966. Explanation and Demonstration: Feeding Chatter. Analysis: Stanza Melody

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Its song and displays are comparable to those of the superb lyrebird, although its song is less varied. The display period for both species is from May to August, with breeding occurring mainly in June and July. Females are attracted to the mound by the male's display and song. Male birds will mate with several females, and although they appear to know where the nests are, they take no part in building them or incubating and feeding the young. The female builds a dome-shaped nest of sticks, which can be on the ground, on rocks, within tree stumps, or in tree ferns and caves

These early recordings of lyrebird songs show off the bird’s uncanny ability to imitate as many as 20 other species, including the Kookaburra, the Australian Thrush, and the Whipbird

Peter George Bruce FRS, FRSE, FRSC is a British chemist, and Wolfson Professor of Materials in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford. Bruce was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and the University of Aberdeen where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in 1978 and a PhD in 1982.

A lyrebird's song is one of the more distinctive aspects of its behavioural biology. Lyrebirds sing throughout the year, but the peak of the breeding season, from June to August, is when they sing with the most intensity. During this peak they may sing for four hours of the day, almost half the hours of daylight. The song of the superb lyrebird is a mixture of elements of its own song and any number of other mimicked songs and noises.

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Peter Bruce - Primary Artist