The Atlantic published a piece debunking the myth of the tone-deaf masses.
Many universities have performance choirs, but the one at Morley College, an adult- education school in London, has an unusual caveat: It’s a chorus for people who can’t sing.
For the past 15 years, the school has run both choirs and special classes for people who want to learn to sing better (or at all).
But what about the truly tone-deaf, you ask? Those who couldn’t carry a tune in a basket?
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