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I have probably 40 birdhouses around the farm made using farm finds. During the summer, they almost always have a family of birds living in them.
Sure, birds make music. Tweedle-lee-dee-dee, tweedle-lee-dee-dee …
But Brazilian composer Jarbas Agnelli discovered a unique melody orchestrated by birds (and it has nothing to do with their songs). “Reading the newspaper one morning, I saw a picture of birds on the electric wires,” Agnelli said. There were, he noted, five wires—the numbers of lines in a musical score. “I cut out the photo and decided to make a song, using the exact location of the birds as notes. I was just curious to hear what melody the birds were creating.” This was the rhapsodic result: