Examples of birdsong in a Sentence
The forest was filled with birdsong.
Recent Examples of birdsong from the Web
A silence hung in the air: the trees devoid of birdsong, structures plunged into the dark, dark hush.
Many composers before Messiaen were drawn to the purity and freedom of birdsong.
The experimental ensemble, founded in 2008 as part of the nonprofit EcoSono Institute, links art and ecology by incorporating nature sounds like dripping glaciers, whale calls and sweet birdsong.
In the program notes, Bielawa cites the late French composer Olivier Messiaen (to whom this trio is dedicated) as an inspiration; Messiaen was an ornithologist who incorporated elements of birdsong into his own music.
The only sounds are the wind, distant birdsong and the thumping of hammers on the chalk that can be felt through the feet.
As Baxter began her climb out of the canopy, birdsong permeated the sun-dappled grove.
The gentle rustling of leaves in the breeze, the crunch of twigs underfoot, and the eclectic mix of birdsong are the sounds one typically expects to hear while walking through the forest.
The only sounds aside from wind and birdsong were those of hooves and our own animated conversation.
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First Known Use of birdsong
BIRDSONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birdsong for English Language Learners
: the song of a bird or of many birds
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