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Canary Burton: “Jazz Bird” Is The Kind of Music That Triggers Nostalgia!

Pianist and composer Canary Burton studied music at the University of Idaho at Moscow in the 1970’s forming several bands both rock and jazz. After moving to Washington DC to listen to the musicians in the jazz scene, she moved to Cape Cod (Massachusetts) finding peace and a supportive environment for concentrated composing. Canary’s work has progressed through jazz, pop and sound art into classical music based on these roots.

Canary Burton has released several albums, including her latest, “Jazz Bird”. This effort is extremely lush and hypnotic. Canary’s performance and compositions are unflawed. The ensemble work with the Jarvis Trio as well as the tracks featuring Mercedes Rossi, Row Twelve and Roxana Bajdechi, not to mention Canary’s solo expressions, all shine brilliantly bright.

“Jazz Bird” is curiously inviting; its real jazz not the fake stuff. It’s the kind of music that triggers nostalgia. The stuff that makes you feel like you’re in a dream. Canary’s technical abilities allow her to express, musically and artistically, what she is trying to communicate to the listener. The sonorities, colors and hues that she coaxes from her chord voicing’s are simply put, beautiful with a complex simplicity.

Her music is mature yet playful and exciting. While this album is done for the major part in solo playing and in the traditional jazz trio format, you will not miss the ‘over produced’ recordings which so many less talented artists produce today. Canary says it all in her own style and in her own unique way, which harks back to the 50s jazz era.

I was late to discover Canary Burton, but I’m glad I found her. “Jazz Bird” is a wonderful album; original, inventive, nuanced, driving and beautiful. And oddly enough, this music is surprisingly accessible too.

Solo or duet piano playing often presents a formidable challenge to even the most accomplished pianists. In most cases, as soon as the music begins, the listener’s attention drifts away as fast as the first few notes fade. “Jazz Bird” is an exception to this malady. The opening strains of “Familiarity (feat. Jon Jarvis)” will catch your ears immediately, as if the song had been there all along, desperately wanting your attention. When Canary starts to improvise, the song takes flight. So to, do the other 13 selections in the album.

My personal favorites are all the tracks featuring the Jarvis Trio, particularly “Tritone Subrosa”, “Companion2”and “Monkish”, but then again I’m a sucker for jazz trios.

Overall, this album is a terrific introduction to the talent of Canary Burton. It’s all here; great technique, wonderfully variations, simple and playful melodies. Sometimes happy and exuberant, other times beautifully hypnotic, but throughout the album there is not a note out of place and not an instant where the playing is anything less than magnificent.


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Burton Serine – frwiki.


Crithagra Burton

Burton Serine ( Crithagra burtoni ) is a species of passerine bird in the family Fringillidae.


  • 1 Distribution
  • 2 subspecies
  • 3 Habitat
  • 4 Power
  • 5 Mores
  • 6 Bibliography
  • 7 External links


In three main and isolated outbreaks, the first in the Gulf of Guinea, the second in eastern Zaire and the third in Kenya, spreading to neighboring countries. A small place of presence, even more isolated in Angola.


According to the reference classification (version 5.2, 2015) of the International Ornithological Congress, this species consists of the following four subspecies (phylogenetic order):

  • S. b. burtoni (Gray, 1862): southwest of Cameroon with Bioko Island, southeast of Nigeria (Obudu Plateau).
  • S. b. tanganjicae (Granvik, 1923): extreme east of Zaire (high plateaus west of lakes Mobutu, Idi Amin, Kivu and Rwenzori mountains) and halfway to the western shore of Lake Tanganyika, west of Uganda (Lendu high plateau, Bwindi impenetrable forest) .
  • S. b. kilimensis Richmond, 1897: ( including Gurneti ) highlands of Kenya west of the Great Rift Valley, southeast Uganda, north Tanzania
  • S. b. albifrons Sharpe, 1891: highlands of Kenya east of the Great Rift Valley.


In Kenya, Burton’s canary is considered fairly common, but not very visible in the lower levels of the forest and at the edge of the forest, and in bamboo formations between 1700 and 3000 m, exceptionally at an altitude of 1200 m (Lewis & Pomeroy 1989). Basically, it is subordinate to the mountain forest, alternating with alpine meadows and small scattered shrubs. On Mount Cameroon, it lives behind the tree line, in shaded areas of stunted and sparse trees and shrubs. Throughout East Africa, it is often found in open forest undergrowth, small trees in clearings and edges, in thinned forests, and on the edges of coastal forests (Fry & Keith 2004).


Dowsett-Lemaire (1990) made an interesting contribution to bird feeding in the Nyungwe forest in Rwanda. Burton’s canary is shown to be very fond of unripe berries Rubus sp., Senecio montuosum ragweed seeds , flower buds of another ragweed S. mannii , berries Musanga and Trema and immature Schefflera goetzenii Other data complete the picture, such as ripe berries Rubus volkensii on Kilimanjaro (Cordeiro 1994b), seeds Nuxia and Gnidia in Nigeria (Ash et al. 1989) and acacia buds Acacia abyssinica 20 &05) (Short004) (Short004) . Ottaviani (2011), corroborating the photographs, reported other plants used by this species, such as spurge from genus Croton , nightshade from genus Solanum , Asteraceae from genus Bidens and Sambuscus ebulus africanus , adoxacea.


Stands alone, in pairs and often in small groups. Discreet and unobtrusive, it feeds in clearings and thickets or near it, as well as higher in vines and tree crowns. Often sits at the tops of bushes and small trees near the forest. Pairs may remain in the undergrowth for long periods (Fry & Keith 2004).

Fry and Keith (2004) report snippets of information from the Arusha National Park in Tanzania: one specimen collects the seeds of two-humped clematis, and the other carries lichen particles, the nest was found in the bushes at a height of two meters, and the second at a height of six meters. in a fork of a garden fig tree, a third in a bush of an epiphytic plant on a horizontal branch, and a fourth at the end of a bamboo branch. A clutch with two eggs has been recorded in Kenya, but, curiously, they have not been described.

Short & Horne (2005) observed nest 12 m high in thick canopy Acacia abyssinica in and another 6 m in dense foliage Apodytes dimidiata in . They are associated with a clear courtship display that was observed in June 1991 in central Kenya: the male sang, lowering and raising his tail in front of the female. At , two adults carried material at the junction of curved branches and a tuft forming a natural cut in acacia foliage. The male brought moss and lichen, taken from an acacia, in the cut of branches and tendrils, and the female appeared with large beaks of fibrils, grasses and spider threads. As for the nest observed in August, they describe an area 10 x 5 cm in size, lined on the outside with fragments of gray bark, pieces of lichen and moss. The alleged female brought bark fibers of Rhus sp., Apodytes tree branch bearing another nest, lichen and moss, always accompanied by a male. When she was about to leave the nest, the male hurried to feed her. It would sing from the top of bushes and trees within a 40 m radius of the nest and then sing imitation songs.


  • Ash, J. S., Dowsett, R. J. & Dowsett-Lehmer, F. (1989). New ornithological distribution data from eastern Nigeria. Page 13-27 at Dowsett, RJ ed. Preliminary review of the natural history of the Mambilla Plateau and some of the lowland forests of eastern Nigeria. Ely, UK: Tauraco Press.
  • Cordeiro, NJ (1994b). Forest birds on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Scopus 17:65-112 [Correction 19:8].
  • Dowsett-Lemaire, F. (1990). Ecoethology, distribution and status of birds in the Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda. Page 31-85 in Dowsett, RJ, ed. Faunal and floral survey in the Nyungwe forest, Rwanda. Eli, UK Tauraco Press.
  • Fry, S.H. & Keith, S. (2004). Birds of Africa . Flight. 7. Sparrows – oatmeal. Helm, London.
  • Lewis A. and Pomeroy D. (1989). Bird Atlas of Kenya . Balkema, Rotterdam.
  • Ottaviani, M. (2011). Monograph Fringilles (carduélines) – Natural history and photographs , volume 3. Editions Prin, Ingré, France, 320 p.
  • Short, LL & Horn, JFM (2005). Avifauna of the high-mountain seasonal forest in central Kenya: ecology, behavior, reproduction. Bonner Zoologische Monographien No. 53.

External links

  • (ru) Reference of the International Ornithological Congress : Crithagra burtoni in detachment Passeriformes 90520158 1 – th June 2015 )
  • (en) Reference zoonomene nomenclature resource (Alan P. Peterson): Serinus burtoni in Fringillidae
  • (fr + en) Link to Avibase : Crithagra burtoni (+ distribution)
  • (en) Ref. NCBI : Serinus burtoni (including taxa)
  • (en) Ref. IUCN : species Serinus burtoni (Gray, 1862)

Canary –

(values) .

For articles with homophone names, see Serein, Serain, and Seraing.

Serine is a slang term for a component of the standardized name of several songbird species in the family of Fringillidae.

The most known species of canary in the world is the Canary Canary (known as canary ), a cage and aviary bird prized for its song, of which there are many color and shape mutations today.

French names and corresponding scientific names

Standard Names

Alphabetical list of canaries containing this particular term in the standardized name, according to the International Commission for French Bird Names (CINFO).

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