Collegiate a cappella

Perfect Tone, in a Key That’s Mostly Minor Mickey Rapkin New York Times March 23, 2008

“Collegiate a cappella is a tradition that goes back to the early days of the Whiffenpoofs, founded in 1909; it now includes more than 1,200 groups on campuses from Appalachian State to the University of Oregon, according to the Contemporary A Capella Society. It is a curious genre, one that makes sense under an ivy-strewn archway only to become inexplicable upon graduation.”

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