Eric Whitacre has produced a virtual choir of over 2000 voices doing a peace titled, "Sleep." Amazing and beautiful in its melding of voices from all over the world. Take a few moments and listen to the whole thing.
Here in Anglicanland, I wonder if a response to the Anglican Covenant "idea" would be to gather a vocal choir from across Anglicanland to sing together one or the other of the canticles - say The Magnificat - done in Anglican chant, perhaps with a singable modern tune - with voices from across the Anglican Communion.
Perhaps the real Covenant is the covenant written in our hearts by prayer and voice. And perhaps the beauty of voices from the many churches in the communion singing together will be greater than the poor efforts to produce a document that does not sing.
Rather one song that sings then ten thousand words that can not dance.
Up in Canada there have been several wonderful video / audio compilations of voices. The Amazing Grace project was one.
Ruth Gledhill has reported on a project, much anticipated, of multi-faith voices coming together to sing. It will be out Easter. Again, another example of singing beyond the edges of the walls that divide.
So here at Preludium where we wait for something to break through the sound barrier of voices that make a wall, perhaps we wait for someone to pull us all together to sing with common prayer and find our common voice.