VocaLatitude Take Me To a Place Reprise by HomingPlace published on 2013-01-11T09:24:40Z Take Me to a Place is a song map of Plymouth composed in 2004 in a collaboration between international residents of Plymouth and students from Dartington College of Arts directed by Misha Myers. The members of the group are originally from Algeria, Afghanistan, Estonia, Germany, Jordan, Kurdistan, Russia, UK and USA. The songs are based on walks we have taken together through the city. But Plymouth has gone through some changes since then-- 'the map is not the territory' (Alfred Korzybski). We invite you to share this journey with us, using the directions below to guide you with our songs. The walk is a circular route and each song is connected with a particular site along the way. Take the walk at your leisure stopping to listen to the song related to a place and continuing your walk while listening to the “Walking Interlude” tracks that describe the landmarks you might see. 21. Take me to a Place (reprise) An improvisation sung by Rachel and Sophie with Hamond on ude The VocaLatitude project was made possible through the support of Dartington +, Dartington College of Arts, Refugees First, Barbican Theatre, TR2, Plymouth Arts Centre, and Music Zone.