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The Nightingale’s Song

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June 20, 2021

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The Nightingale's Song

It may be that some little root of the sacred tree still lives. Nourish it then, that it may leaf and bloom and fill with singing birds.

– Black Elk –

The Nightingale’s Song

“Living in England with a very strange secularity within our folk repertoire has allowed me to explore what a sacred spiritual form of practice might be with these birds and how they might enable a re-enchantment. I feel like nature is my spiritual leader in this respect and the nightingale is my imam at the top of that tower calling the prayer out.” In this interview, which weaves conversation, song, and the music of nightingales, folk singer Sam Lee shares more about his collaboration with nightingales. { read more }

Be The Change

Hear part of an extraordinary duet between a cellist and the nightingales that was broadcast in 1924 by BBC radio. { more }

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