The human voice is one of the most versatile, most basic and yet most inspiring musical instruments there is, and this is never more true than when voices are raised together in concert. This week’s From The Library series showcases
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From The Library… Voices in the Air

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by Elrik Merlin on Tuesday, 29 January, 2008

The human voice is one of the most versatile, most basic and yet most inspiring musical instruments there is, and this is never more true than when voices are raised together in concert.

This week’s From The Library series showcases the human voice with an extended concert of choral works ancient and modern, and a selection of solo and small ensemble performances in a classical and neo-classical vein. The programme covers the gamut of material from the songs of the mediæval troubadours to vocal works by modern composers in a vast and varied collection that is sufficiently extensive that you are unlikely to hear the same piece twice during the week.

From the Library is produced by Radio Riel in conjunction with the Caledon Library in Second Life; today’s programme features music from the library of Elrik Merlin.

For more information on the Caledon Library, current exhibits and the work of Second Life reference libraries in general, please visit the Caledon Library Web site, or one of their locations in-world. Listen to the program now at http://music.radioriel.org, or simply visit any Caledon Library branch in-world and press Play on your embedded music player.

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