MP3: Meredith Monk's Voice (Encore).

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Meredith Monk\'s Voice (Encore). MP3

A kind of archeologist of the human voice, singer and composer Meredith Monk says that "the voice could be like the body" — flexible and fluid with practice. Through music as through meditation, the longtime Buddhist practitioner pushes the boundaries of what we can do without words. Source: onbeing.org

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