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Every voice is heard

by Adam Conner-Simons, Boston Globe, April 26, 2009  For years, a cappella has kept a low profile, hidden in ivy-encrusted college campus centers, dismissed as derivative mimicry, and relegated to the annals of history as novelty tunes sung by overgrown choirboys. Matters haven't been helped by Folgers commercials, children's game shows, or the endless parade of jokes on shows like "Scrubs," which has not-so-subtly derided the art form as "ear rape."

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Harmony 101: A pop pianist recruits college singers for a new album of a cappella songs

By JOHN JURGENSEN - WSJWith witty lyrics, hook-filled piano rock and a handful of hits since the 1990s, singer Ben Folds has carved out a comfortable niche in pop music. In the world of collegiate a cappella singing, however, Mr. Folds is unrivaled.

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ICCA/ICHSA Finals – April 18th, 2009 – Lincoln Center

ICCA/ICHSA Finals – April 18th, 2009 – Lincoln CenterA 225-Minute Timestamp, Complete with Backflips and Jumpsuits!By: Doug Friedman

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Concert Review: ICCA West Semifinals - March 28, 2009

[Editor's Note: This review was written by an anonymous contributor]