The Choral Tales Project continues to receive appreciative response on its artistic path of service around the planet. The following is an overview of recent project activity and partnerships on three continents.
“The Happy Man’s Shirt” Inspires Joy
Enthusiastic response to the provisional recording of “The Happy Man’s Shirt” prepared by composer Ludwig Tuman, continues to arrive from around the U.S and many other countries. This is the first of the Choral Tales for which Ludwig has composed the music.
“I felt like I was listening to the voices of angels. I even imagined myself dancing …” wrote one project supporter in the Philippines. Another in San Mateo, California, called the composition, “Beautiful … I felt my breathing slowing down, and I drifted into a calm place! I can’t wait to hear the next chapters in this journey.”
A message received from a friend of the project in Beijing called the work “absolutely stunning,” adding that “It left me wanting more and imagining, with awe and delight, what the finished product might be like — what a tremendous accomplishment.”