A KCRW holiday tradition; Sir Richard Burton leads Welsh poet Dylan Thomas' "Play for Voices," recorded by the BBC. This polyphonic evocation of a day in the life of an imaginary small Welsh seaside town--as the inhabitants sleep, wake and go about their daily activities--creates a portrait of a community responding almost mythically to the awakening of Spring.
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