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Ludwig Koch - Songs Of British Birds No. 2 album flac

  • Performer: Ludwig Koch
  • Title: Songs Of British Birds No. 2
  • Size FLAC ver: 1498 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Field Recording
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  • Genre: Audio
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Ludwig Koch - Songs Of British Birds No. 2 album flac

Recordings of British by Ludwig Koch. Songs of British Birds 2. Jackson Pope.

Listen to music from Ludwig Koch like Der Wald Erschallt (1934), Singing Birds Of Laeken: Icterine Warbler (1938) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ludwig Koch. Overview (current section).

Ludwig Karl Koch MBE (13 November 1881, Frankfurt am Main - 4 May 1974, Harrow, London) was a broadcaster and sound, field recordist. An expert on recording animal sounds, he played a significant part in increasing the British public's appreciation of wildlife. A Salute To Ludwig Koch (Album). BBC Radio Enterprises. Songs Of British Birds No. 2 (EP).

The illustrations of a Green Woodpecker and a Song Thrush on the sleeve are reproduced from Roger Peterson's "A Field Guide To The Birds Of Britain and Europe".

Ludwig Paul Koch MBE (13 November 1881, Frankfurt am Main – 4 May 1974, Harrow, London) was a broadcaster and sound recordist. Koch was born into a music-loving Jewish family as Paul Ludwig, and as a boy violinist, he was admitted to Clara Schumann's music circle. Later, he studied singing, and had a short but successful career as a concert singer

Recorded by Ludwig koch in collaboration with the BB.

Ludwig Koch was one of the greatest pioneers of wildlife sound recording and many of his recordings are featured in this collection. Born in Frankfurt on November 13th 1881, Koch made his first animal sound recording in 1889, at the age of 8, when his father presented him with an Edison Phonograph and box of wax cylinders. This simple gift ignited a passion for wildlife sound recording that was to last a lifetime. In 1936 Koch finally left his homeland for Britain and soon began making sound recordings of British wild birds. The Evolutionary biologist Sir Julian Huxley introduced Koch to well known publisher Harry Witherby and collaborations with ornithologist Max Nicholson resulted in several notable sound books such as ‘Songs of Wild Birds’ which was published in 1936. During the Second World War, Huxley introduced Koch to the BBC.

Songs Of British Birds No 2 Ludwig Koch Skylark Coot Goldfinch + 7EG 8316 7" EP. Pre-owned. Record vinyl ludwig koch songs british birds 7" ep single 1955 shell sea petrol. Postage not specified. 45RPM SONGS OF British Birds Nod 1 & 2.

Tracks 1 -27 Field Recordings by Ludwig Koch (1955) "Gardens and Parks" 1. Blackbird 2. Song Thrush 3. Robin 4. Great Tit 5. Blue Tit 6. Chaffinch 7. Greenfinch "Birds of the Woodland" 8. Chiff-chaff 9. Willow Warbler 10. Green Woodpecker 11. Blackcap 12. Garden Warbler 13. Great Spotted Woodpecker "Fields and Hedgerows" 14. Skylark 15. Meadow Pipit 1. 0%. 4 star4 star (0%). 3 star3 star (0%).

Ludwig Carl Christian Koch (8 November 1825 – 1 November 1908) was a German entomologist and arachnologist. He was born in Regensburg, Germany and died in Nuremberg, Germany. He studied in Nuremberg, initially law, but then turned to medicine and science. From 1850 he practiced as a physician in the Wöhrd district of Nuremberg. He is considered among the four most influential scientists on insects and spiders in the second half of the 19th century.


Fields And Hedgerows
A1 Skylark
A2 Meadow Pipit
A3 Goldfinch
A4 Whitethroat
A5 Woodlark
A6 Dunnock (Or Hedge Sparrow)
A7 Corn Bunting
Riverside And Marshland
B1 Reed Warbler
B2 Sedge Warbler
B3 Marsh Warbler
B4 Grasshopper Warbler
B5 Reed Bunting
B6 Moorhen
B7 Coot


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Green/Turquoise Label also printed red writing on black

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7EG 8316 Ludwig Koch Songs Of British Birds No. 2 ‎(7", EP, Red) His Master's Voice 7EG 8316 UK Unknown

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