"Week After Art Fair Song Fest"
Now more easily accessible
From the July, 2014 issue
In the summer, birds are said to sing, as are crickets and cicadas. Wolves and whales have songs to which we've never managed to learn the lyrics. For people, song is where words and melodies like to meet. The air fills with poetry, set to the rhythmic contours of breath and life. Singers may sing over just about anything, but artful discourse shared by voice
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