I saw this over on Andrew Sullivan's blog (The Daily Dish) and had to share. It's a just-released YouTube video of Eric Whiteacre's Virtual Choir singing his composition Lux Aurumque ("light and gold"). The Virtual Choir is made up of folks from 12 countries singing their parts on their home computers (they had to do YouTube auditions back in July). It's stunning, all the more so as one looks at the pictures of the folks of all ages and races singing into their webcams from their bedrooms or basements or wherever and putting out an ethereal sound.

Click here to watch and hear.