Synopsis: "This volume of the BBC
Sound Effects Library contains African natural world sounds of insects, birds, frogs, flamingoes, lions
cheetahs, leopards, wart hogs, elephants, zebras, baboons, wildebeest and chimpanzees."
Tracks: A. HABITAT: 1. Cameroun:
Insects and frogs, early evening, rainforest [Kribi, SW Cameroon] 2. Cameroun: Birds and
insects, mid morning, rainforest [Kribi, SW Cameroon] 3. Cameroun: Crickets, tree frogs
and rain on big leaves [south of Yaounde] 4. Cameroun: Turaco birds, insects and tree
frogs [W Cameroon] 5. Senegal: Insects and birds, savanna (dry season) [Suleti water
holes] 6. Central African Republic: Insects, early evening, tropical rainforest [near
Bangui] 7. Zaire: Tree frogs and crickets, late evening, jungle [E Zaire] 8. Rwanda:
Marsh and tree frogs, early evening [W Rwanda] 9. Kenya: Birds early morning [Amboseli
National Park] 10. Kenya: Flamingoes, morning [Lake Nakuru] 11. Kenya: Lakeside,
with hippo and birds, daytime [Lake Naivasha] 12. Kenya: Lakeside with birds, early
morning [Lake Naivasha] B. SPECIES: 13. Lions: Lions with insect chorus, in forest at dusk [Abuko Nature
Reserve, The Gambia] 14. Lions: Male lion roaring, clean background [mono] 15. Lions:
Lions roaring [mono; E Africa] 16. Cheetahs: Close up, growling and breathing [mono; S
Africa] 17. Leopards: Close up, growling and breathing [mono; S Africa] 18. Wart
Hogs: Close up growls, snarls from animals [mono; S Africa] 19. Elephants: Elephants close
up, others in background. In captivity, some slight echo from walls [mono; S Africa] 20. Elephants:
Elephants trumpeting, breaking branches [Amboseli National Park, Kenya] 21. Burchell's
Zebra: Middle distance calling, single animal [mono; S Africa] 22. Burchell's Zebra: Close
up calls from single animal [mono; S Africa] 23. Chacma Baboons: Two juveniles playing,
with background [mono; S Africa] 24. Chacma Baboons: Adult calling [mono; S
Africa] 25. Chacma Baboons: Juvenile screaming, with background [mono; S Africa]
26. Chacma Baboons: Juveniles screaming, with background [mono; S Africa] 27. Chacma
Baboons: Male chasing another, with background [mono; S Africa] 28. Wildebeest: Several
grazing and grunting [Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya] 29. Chimpanzees: Close up calls
[Abuko Nature Reserve, The Gambia]
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African Bush Sounds Wildlife sounds recorded in
the Luangwa Valley, Zambia
Cover: "Let your ears take into the
African Bush on safari in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park. The calls and sounds of over 100 birds,
mammals and insects including Lions, Leopards, Hippos, Elephants and the African Fish Eagle. A percentage of
sales of this CD is donated towards Wildlife Conservation [Honorary Rangers Mfuwe, now South
Luangwa Conservation Society] in the Luangwa Valley."
Tracks: 1. Morning Sounds
2. Bush Sounds 3. Lagoon Sounds 4. Late Afternoon Sounds
5. Night Sounds
Synopsis: "One of the last remaining
pockets of mountain rainforest in eastern Madagascar, Ranomafana is noted for its unique diversity and high
degree of endemic lemur species including the avahi, brown lemur, lesser mouse lemur, as well as many
species of birds. Likewise, Berenty, which lies in the southernmost part of Madagascar, is surrounded by
spiny desert, mixed scrub and deciduous forest that is unique in the world for both its special vegetation
and rare birds and mammals such as the ring-tailed lemur, grey gentle lemur, Verreaux's sifaka, and the
weasel lemur. Doug Quin is one of the more intrepid and talented natural wildlife recordists, as this
thoroughly engaging CD will attest. Recording in Madagascar is not an easy task. Between the leeches and the
weather, one is very lucky to capture the magic Quin portrays so eloquently in these two soundscapes. To get
these recordings requires days of trekking through difficult terrain to record shy and elusive creatures
(if, indeed, they are vocal at all), and lots of epic patience."
Cover: "This is one of those rare
recordings that demonstrates the phenomenal theatrical capabilities of creatures other than humans. Some
vocal animals, such as baboons, use their habitats as gigantic performance halls in which to render their
reverberant operas in harmony with other creatures. Using a forest site that provides a seven second
decay for their voices, the baboons are joined by the chorus of dozens of remarkable birds, from fiery
nicked nightjars to the rattling cisticolas."
Tracks: 1. African Safari:
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A unique collection of natural
Cover: "African Soundscapes
presents a unique selection of natural wildlife soundtracks carefully selected for your listening pleasure.
Recorded in digital stereo, using a specially developed technique that captures all the sounds of a natural
atmosphere, the soundscapes create the closest possible experience to actually being there. Although no
specific animal is a subject, interesting species include lion, hyaena, jackal, hippo, wildebeest, zebra,
African Fish Eagle and Pels Fishing Owl. Intentionally recorded with all the natural background sounds
included, they are best enjoyed at a low volume, and are suitable for both wildlife appreciation, relaxation
Afrique Sauvage / Wild Africa Paysages Sonores du Monde /
von Eloïsa Matheu
Audio-CD, 56 Minuten, stereo, mit
12-seitigem Booklet (Französisch/Englisch) Sittelle (Frankreich),
1996, SIT 30009-2
Booklet: "Eloïsa Matheu and Francesc Llimona left for East
Africa in September 1994 at the end of the dry season, when the Blue Wildebeest begin their migration south.
They recorded in the big National Parks: Masai Mara, Amboseli and Nakuru Lake in Kenya, then Serengeti, Ngorongoro and
Manyara in Tanzania. The concerts which are successively recorded, aim at recreating the general atmosphere.
Different biotopes fuse into one another. Birds are everywhere and sounds interweave."
Tracks: 1. Maasaï Mara, Kenya:
Dawn in the open savannah 2. Maasaï Mara, Kenya: In the woods near the river
3. Ngorongoro, Tanzania: Walk in the bushy savannah 4. Amboseli, Kenya: Night
falls near a pond 5. Serengeti, Tanzania: Evening in the open savannah 6. Manyara,
Tanzania: The hippopotamus' pond 5. Serengeti, Tanzania: Savannah in the middle of the
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