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O Hear My Song

by Voices From The Heart

Music from South Africa, Macedonia, Thailand and more. This collection of songs sung by 200 women will have you dancing and crying as you move through the songs.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Dilika Town Hall
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4:38 album only
2. Shto Me Je Milo
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2:08 album only
3. Motherless Chil'
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6:04 album only
4. Thai Lullaby
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4:59 album only
5. Woke Up This Morning
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3:27 album only
6. The 23rd Psalm
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3:19 album only
7. Amabhongo
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1:58 album only
8. Largo
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5:29 album only
9. Yemayah
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10. Ave Maria
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11. Over My Head
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12. Finlandia
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Album Notes
Voices from the Heart is a 200-voiced women's alternative chorus located in Portsmouth, NH. Directed by Joanne Connolly, the chorus sings a rich mix of soulful music from many cultural and musical traditions. Women of all ages and all walks of life attend weekly rehearsals at South Church in downtown Portsmouth. Women come from New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts to sing and to share the joy that comes from making music together.

The powerful and eclectic songs range from African-American spirituals to Korean songs for unity, South African anti-apartheid songs to Macedonian love songs. The songs are powerful testaments to the triumph of the human spirit. Sung with the strength of 200 voices, the songs delight and inspire audiences.

Cultural reviewer Paul Peter Jesep said of Voices from the Heart, "The fire, sparkle and warmth that these individuals displayed during the concert make them diamonds. Each showed extraordinary energy, passion and majesty. They're 'Diamond Divas'!"


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