In August, Sydney Chamber Choir sang at a concert celebrating the 75th birthday of composer Ross Edwards. On the program was a commissioned piece called Let Them All Come. The words by First Dog on the Moon about asylum seekers are daring and poignant, while the musical setting by Josephine Gibson is intricately beautiful. Under my hands, Let Them All Come shaped itself into a braille score. As a blind musician, I used this to learn...

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