SongbirdsThere have hundreds of bird songs recorded which fit into one pentatonic scale or another.
For the sake of brevity, only bird songs playable on the prerecorder are given here.
In case you are interested in further study on this subject, all of the books listed at the end of this page provide bird songs in musical notation, and they are all available at the Library of Congress.
BIBLIOGRAPHYArlton, A. V. 1949. Songs and other sounds of birds. Parkland, WA: Professor Arlton.
Cheney, S. P. 1892. Wood notes wild: Notations of bird music. Boston: Lee & Shepard.
Gardiner, W. 1873. The music of nature. Boston: Wilkins.
Garstang, W. 1922. Songs of the birds. London: John Lane the Bodley Head, Ltd.
Harting, J. E. 1866. The birds of Middlesex: A contribution to the natural history of the county. London: John Van Voorst.
Mathews, F. S. 1967. Field book of wild birds and their music. New York: Dover.
Olds, W. B. 1916. 25 bird songs for children. London: G. Schirmer.
Perfield, E. E. 1919. Bird calls and bird songs used in Mother Nature USIC Course. Chicago: E. E. Perfield.
Smee, A. 1872. My garden, its plan and culture: Together with a general description of its geology, botany, and natural history. London: Bell & Daldy.
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