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291 LIST OF AU DIO TR ACK S AUDIO 1 A phrase from the pied butcherbird “Two Tree” with competing ambient sounds. AUDIO 2 Basic pied butcherbird note types. AUDIO 3 Complex, buzzy, or “noisy” notes. AUDIO 4 A variety of short, repeated notes. AUDIO 5 Notes that suggest mnemonic syllables. AUDIO 6 Notes suggesting analog synthesizer signals. AUDIO 7 A variety of pied butcherbird calls. AUDIO 8 Species calls from ten individuals with varying pitch and melodic contour. AUDIO 9 Species calls consisting of from one to five notes. AUDIO 10 A variety of introductory notes in species calls. AUDIO 11 Pied butcherbirds mobbing a flock of black kites. AUDIO 12 The mobbing of an Australian raven. AUDIO 13 The mobbing of a possum. AUDIO 14 Beak claps and zips from a group of birds mobbing the author. AUDIO 15 Four examples of a species call with a song phrase in response. 292 audio tracks AUDIO 16 Two examples of a song phrase with a species call in response. AUDIO 17 Species calls from six different sites as motifs in solo songs. AUDIO 18 Species calls from five different sites as motifs in ensemble songs. AUDIO 19 Species call notes incorporated in three phrases of a solo song. AUDIO 20 Seven SLD2 variations from as many individuals. AUDIO 21 Call and response with the author on violin at Ross River Resort campground. AUDIO 22 “Wordsworth” abandons formal song with a coda of mimicry. AUDIO 23 A supernumerary joins a duetting pair. AUDIO 24 Two pied butcherbirds in duet with similar phrases. AUDIO 25 Three pied butcherbird duets. AUDIO 26 Two pied butcherbird duets. AUDIO 27 A pied butcherbird duet. AUDIO 28 Chimeric melody: appropriation of a peaceful dove motif followed by the model. AUDIO 29 Chimeric melody: appropriation of a peaceful dove motif followed by the model. AUDIO 30 Chimeric melody: appropriation of a noisy friarbird motif followed by the model. AUDIO 31 Chimeric melody: appropriation of a grey butcherbird motif followed by the model. AUDIO 32 Chimeric melody: appropriation of a reversing truck alarm followed by the model. AUDIO 33 Six fanfares. AUDIO 34 Phrases that emphasize octaves. AUDIO 35 Scalar motion in a pied butcherbird duet. audio tracks 293 AUDIO 36 A major chord outlined in the first three notes of a duet. AUDIO 37 Two phrases boasting Klangfarbenmelodie. AUDIO 38 A virtuoso’s phrases with a kaleidoscope of tonal colors. AUDIO 39 The timbral riches of a mimicking pied butcherbird. AUDIO 40 Two one-pitch phrases from different birds. AUDIO 41 As part of a duet, one individual repeats the first motif four times. AUDIO 42 The harmonic convergence of a pied butcherbird ostinato and a grey shrike-thrush song. AUDIO 43 Shape and balance in a formal song. AUDIO 44 Shape and balance in a duet. AUDIO 45 Two virtuosic solo phrases from different birds. AUDIO 46 A virtuosic ensemble song. AUDIO 47 Another virtuosic ensemble song. AUDIO 48 The imperfect notes of a juvenile singer. AUDIO 49 The dingo Dinky’s obligato to “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” with the author on piano. ...


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Subject Headings

  • Birdsongs -- Australia.
  • Butcherbirds -- Behavior -- Australia.
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