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WILLIAM MORRIS (Director of Music at the British Humanist Association)

WILLIAM MORRIS, Director of Music at the British Humanist Association, will be discussing secular music.

Humanist? Music? shock
What's that all about?
Well, no matter what you have heard, music doesn't fall from the clouds. Every piece of music has been created by human musicians. If composers aren't writing for the solo human voice then it almost always involves musical technology. Examples of extraordinary fine tuning in the evolution of instruments can be seen in the development of, say, the elegant violin and the majestic music-making machine that is the grand piano, to mention but two.

Moredetauil can be found here:


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Date and Time:

18 March 2009 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Royal Adademy Of Dramatic Arts (RADA)
18 Chenies Street
+44 (020) 7636 7076
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Organised by:

Central London Humanist Group
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