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Marjie Kennedy features vocal music from all over the world for one hour each Sunday morning from 7 until 8 AM Central Time.
Mostly unaccompanied by instruments of any kind, Lotsa A Cappella ranges from funk to jazz to rock and roll, bawdy madrigals and saintly motets,
the ringing chords of traditional barbershop quartets, authentic tribal chants, Southern-style shape note singing,
the twang of bluegrass, the fervor of gospel, the croon of doo-wop, and more. It may be beautiful, it may be sort of... strange.
Give Lotsa A Cappella a try. You never know what you might hear!
Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.
~ Victor Hugo
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...on Sunday about 8:50 A.M. I snapped on my auto radio to KDHX and landed in the middle of a shape note tune which I found totally riveting, so riveting that, when about 8:59 you read back what you had played, I parked and made ready to write down what it was.
~ Lotsa A Cappella listener W.P.
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