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A leading UK beatboxer has vocally recreated the nation’s best-known songbirds to celebrate the sounds of spring and encourage the nation to get outdoors and experience nature first hand.

The album of tweet music was commissioned by the National Trust after academic research found that listening to  birdsong, one of the Trust’s 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾, not only makes people calmer but boosts positivity.Three quarters of Brits (75 per cent) also felt more connected to nature in spring while the sounds of spring bring back happy memories of childhood for over half the nation (57 per cent).

Beatboxer and vocal sculptor Jason Singh visited National Trust places for inspiration before creating the album, which features birds and wildlife including Blackbirds, Robins, Woodpeckers, Crows, Skylarks, Owls, Warblers, Buzzards, Frogs and Crickets.

Singh explained, “I love the magic of spring, particularly at Tatton Park which I have been going…

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