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Posted on 5 February, 2013
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Is there some kind of weird vocal vortex in Minnesota? Watch the a cappella ensemble Cantus present widely divergent songs from American, European and Sufi traditions at the Tiny Desk.
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freaking love Cantus This is weird. I definitely reblogged this for my personal blog. It’s happened a couple times...
Yes… it’s the whole Lutheran/Midwest choral tradition stemming from St. Olaf College, Luther College, Concordia, then of...
HAY THAT’S CANTUS.
Everyone should at least watch/listen to the first five minutes. They are simply amazing.
See you this weekend, boys!
The first song is especially great.
THERE IS A VORTEX OF AWESOME IN MINNESOTA IF THAT’S WHAT YOU MEAN
There is, in fact, such a vortex, but most Americans know it by its more common name, which is “Lutheranism.”
This is the third time in the past 24 hours something about music from Minnesota has been mentioned. So I decided to...
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