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{Denver, Colorado. April 21, 2005} Nancy Gonzalez, 13 (cq Nancy Gonzalez) rt, and Ary Ascencio, 13, (cq Ary Ascencio), left, at Park Hill K-8 school, in Denver, create paintings inspired by the 16th century choral music piece, Miserere, by Gregorio Allegri on April 21, 2005. As the Gregorian music fills the art room, Nancy is finishing her painting of fire and water. "like they can be together," she explains. "I felt like people can be together, like harmony. That's why I painted fire and water." Ary, left, explains her painting, "I'm just painting what the music sounds like." she says, "Confusing and lots of shapes." Student paintings will be on display at the St. Martin's Chamber Choir concerts in June, where Miserere will be performed. Park Hill teachers Christina Sandoval and Leslie Dawe worked in conjunction with Kevin Fletcher, Denver Public Schools arts specialist, to initiate the project. (photo by ELLEN JASKOL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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