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    Listen: Caroline Shaw, Sō Percussion's "A Gradual Dazzle" Featured on 'Resounding Verse' Podcast
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    "A Gradual Dazzle," a song from Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion's new album, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, and the poem it sets, Anne Carson's "Room in Brooklyn," are the subject of the latest episode of the podcast Resounding Verse hosted by Stephen Rodgers. You can hear it below.

    "Caroline Shaw is one of my favorite young composers," says Rodgers. "I first got to know and love Caroline Shaw's music when I discovered ... [her album] Orange, which ... includes some amazing chamber works performed by the Attacca Quartet." Her latest album, with Sō Percussion, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, "is a series of intimate, haunting, beautiful songs," he says.

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Listen: Caroline Shaw, Sō Percussion's "A Gradual Dazzle" Featured on 'Resounding Verse' Podcast

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"A Gradual Dazzle," from Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion's new album, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, and the poem it sets, Anne Carson's "Room in Brooklyn," are the subject of the latest episode of the podcast Resounding Verse. You can hear it here. "Caroline Shaw is one of my favorite young composers," says host Stephen Rodgers. The new album "is a series of intimate, haunting, beautiful songs."

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"A Gradual Dazzle," a song from Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion's new album, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, and the poem it sets, Anne Carson's "Room in Brooklyn," are the subject of the latest episode of the podcast Resounding Verse hosted by Stephen Rodgers. You can hear it below.

"Caroline Shaw is one of my favorite young composers," says Rodgers. "I first got to know and love Caroline Shaw's music when I discovered ... [her album] Orange, which ... includes some amazing chamber works performed by the Attacca Quartet." Her latest album, with Sō Percussion, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, "is a series of intimate, haunting, beautiful songs," he says.

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Caroline Shaw, Sō Percussion: 'Resounding Verse,' October 2021

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