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The Idea of North is an Australian a cappella quartet, originally composed of Trish Delaney-Brown (Soprano), Megan Corson (Alto), Nick Begbie (Tenor), and Andrew Piper (Bass). They formed in 1993, while studying music at the Australian National University in Canberra, with their first album The Idea of North recorded in 1997. They followed this up with their second album The Sum of Us. When Megan left to move to…

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  • Do get the new album "Extraordinary Tale". It's awesome, and the concert in Brisbane was excellent too. :)
  • amazing
  • I love these guys. Last year we (school choir) were tutored by and performed with them!
  • They were in Renmark last Thursday, I went with my vocal teacher and her husband, it was fantastic. I love Andrew's voice. I loved how they introduced the Interval with It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing. I bought all their albums that night, only $120.
  • This group sings a great variety of a cappella arrangements, but their Gospel Project album has become my recent favorite. Their message is genuine. I love People Get Ready and think The Unfortunate Tale of a Country Chicken is a wonderfully crafted display of their great sense of humor :). Check out the bonus track at the end of Irish Blessing for another demonstration.
  • woot! first shout. these guys are sweet ay

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