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October 24, 2021

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Singing: Most Companionable of Arts

Let us go singing as far as we go: the road will be less tedious.

– Virgil –

Singing: Most Companionable of Arts

“Singing is able to touch and join human beings in ways few other arts can. Alice Parker is a wise and joyful thinker and writer on this truth, and has been a hero in the universe of choral music as a composer, conductor, and teacher for most of her 90 years. She began as a young woman, studying conducting with Robert Shaw at Juilliard, and collaborated with him on arrangements of folk songs, spirituals, and hymns that are still performed around the world today.” More in this interview from On Being. { read more }

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For more inspiration check out Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir? { more }

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