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Hour A, Segment 4
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir captivates audiences
The Estonian 'singing revolution'
German Chancellor Merkel on religious persecution
New archbishop of Canterbury chosen
The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, founded in 1981, travels the world performing a cappella compositions. They have been nominated for eight Grammy Awards and earned a Grammy in 2007 for best choir performance.
Susan Olasky, the books and lifestyle editor for WORLD News Group, is a special correspondent for The World and Everything in It. For more on the Estonian singing revolution, click here.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke out against religious persecution at a gathering of the Evangelical Church in Germany. She also urged Germany's Protestant and Roman Catholic churches to stress their common beliefs at ceremonies set to mark the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation.
Steve Coleman is the religion editor for the Associated Press.
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