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Webpage The Examiner.com has posted a review of New Age music aritst Laura Sullivan’s 900 Voices song. It goes like this:

The list of songs to Laura Sullivan’s credit is too numerous to mention. The San Francisco-based pianist and composer won a Grammy last year for the New Age album, Love’s River, with trumpeter Jeff Oster, cellist Eugene Friesen, and guitarist Will Ackerman. Her music can also be heard on countless TV shows, movies, and commercials.

Soft and lovely, her original compositions are guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings, none more than her most recent 900 Voices crowdsourcing video project. […]

All told, 938 people from Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Dubai, India, Israel, Kenya, Korea, Moscow, Palestine, Uganda among many others, sang her song in 27 languages. She captured the moment in a moving video, officially released today at noon. They are mothers, children from impoverished villages, New Jersey firemen, people with their pets, an L.A. rapper, a native American from Tennessee, a gospel choir, they are all of us.

Read it here.