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Introductory Audio Clips

by on June 22, 2009

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http://www.archive.org/details/IntroductoryAudioClips 

For some of the introductory recordings of local editorial collective members. The editors highlight key findings and how the project can assist their organisation building eforts.

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  1. Bill Ryley permalink

    http://www.archive.org/details/DurbanSings_174

    Response: Durban Sings June 2009

  2. durbansings permalink

    Hey Bill! greetings. thank you for your letter; and for sharing a moment of belletristic chance encounter in such beautiful way with us accross continents.

    a text which accompanies Bill’s audio sending to DURBAN SINGS at archive.org reads:

    ‘Alec, who is a man of many parts, never wants for an audience when at the season’s end he recites his own composition, the “Umpire’s Lament”, two stanzas from which run like this:’ – In Sun & Shadow by Dennis Compton

    -Reading from a book found in a doorway in Surrey, England. On top of a reddish upholstered chair is a small library with a handwritten note attached; ‘Please Take’.

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