Songs of Dissapearance; the album of endangered birds that is a success in Australia

The music of the nature is the most beautiful, but if we do not take care of our environment, those sounds could disappear forever. That’s what you’re trying to make me think «Songs Of Dissapearance», an album with songs by birds that in a short time could stop being with us.

In Australia, the greatest musical success of these times have nothing to do with any artist. The song of birds has become not only the most listened to on digital platforms, but also an endangered animal awareness theme.

Anthony Albrecht, music producer, together with the organization for the rescue of birds, the Bowebird Collective and the wild soundman David Stewart, with the advice of academic Stephen Garnett, launched Songs Of Dissapearance, an album with sounds and songs of birds that are threatened or endangered. This, to raise awareness about their care and raise funds for the conservation of 53 species.

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Songs Of Dissapearance is an Australian bird call that has achieved such popularity that on the music charts, has surpassed artists like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd.

«Immerse yourself in a chorus of iconic cockatoos, the buzzing of garden birds, a rare seabird symphony, and the haunting call of one of the last remaining night parrots», says the description of the album with duration between 15 seconds up to 3 minutes per track.

The music project, arose from the need to expose how the list of threatened birds in Australia, each year is much larger. Based on the book «The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2020», published by Charles Darwin University and the BirdLife Australia association, shows a comprehensive analysis of the 216 threatened bird species on the continent, compared to 195 ten years ago.

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If you want to support the cause, all you have to do is listen to the album, as the proceeds from its purchase or reproductions on digital platforms will go to the BirdLife Australia association.

By the way, you know the sound of birds that you did not know and at the same time, you relax with the sound of nature.