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Woch Nan Soley

Woch Nan Soley

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By Woch Nan Soley

Woch Nan Soley is a Haitian a cappella group consisting of 15 orphan girls between the ages of 15 and 19. They live together in the Bon Samaritan Orphanage, in the town of Anse Rouge, northwest Haiti, and have been singing together for 2 years. All the songs, written in Creole by the group, are about their experiences growing up in Haiti, the poorest country in the western Hemisphere. The songs are inspired by such simple necessities as drinking water, education and health, their dreams of a better life, and their spiritual devotion.

100% of the proceeds of the sale of this CD will be donated to the orphanage and the Woch Nan Soley project in Anse Rouge.


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Society and Social Unity

"Society is like a company of pedestrians going on a pilgrimage. Suppose one among them is attacked by cholera, do the rest go on their way, leaving him behind? No, they cannot. Rather, they break their journey at the place for a day or two, relieve him from the disease and help him to acquire strength in his legs. Or, they start out anew, carrying him on their shoulders. If anyone runs short of his subsistence, others give him their own. Together, they share everything with all. Together, they stream ahead, singing their leading chorus. In their eagerness to go ahead with others, they forget their trifling differences which in their families might have lead to negative exchanges and court cases, even down to three generations."

P.R. Sarkar
Supreme Expression II, 114



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