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Preserved in the rural South, Sacred Harp singing (also called fasola singing or shape-note singing) is making a major resurgence in cities and campuses throughout North America.
Sacred Harp singing (also called fasola singing or shape-note singing) is making a major resurgence in cities and campuses throughout North America.
Here's Wikipedia on shape-note singing; here's fasola.org, the website of the Sacred Harp Musical Heritage Association.
Interesting to listen to them in the fasola "fa-sol-la" run-through; you can hear the singers learning the piece - and they have it, by the time it comes to sing the words.
For better information than this article provides, try the main website: www. fasola.org you will be very surprised at the breadth of participation in this music.
If you'd like to hear the music, check out www. fasola.org
You delete the folder but every time you start Vlc it comes back. fasola: @Brett use X-VideoLAN - read Danix post.
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