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Hyenas and wild pigs feature in new David Bowie remix - BBC News

The late musician's song is part of a project giving financial credit to nature.

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CloseMusicians have long incorporated nature's sounds into their music - think of the chirruping in The Beatles' "Blackbird", or the rain falling in "Riders on the Storm" by The Doors.

Well, now a new project will see nature benefit from this.

From Thursday, artists who sample nature will automatically split their profits with environmental causes through a project called Sounds Right, which is sponsored by the UN.

Artists Ellie Goulding, Aurora and London Grammar are among those collaborating with nature, while a song by the late David Bowie has been remixed to include the sounds of birds, bees and other animals.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-68845271


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