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Introductory Audio Clips

by on June 22, 2009

All Power to the people!




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.

  1. Bill Ryley permalink

    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 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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