by Oct 24, 2008Uncategorized—you’ve got to check it out. I just added to my playlist a huge number of Chanticleer and King’s Singers tracks, most of which I’ve never been able to listen to in entirety.

I win, because I get to listen to some excellent choral music. lala wins because I may just buy some of these tracks now that I’ve been able to listen to them. I can “buy” a whole online CD for $1.00. I can’t take it with me, but it will be wherever the web is.

What a great way to find and try new choral music!

(Or, ok, any kind of music you may like.)

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