Sorting the girls out from the boys

3rd January 1997 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Sorting the girls out from the boys: a study conducted by the Roehampton Institute in London has concluded that the difference between young male and female voices is due to training, not biology. Authorities at Ripon Cathedral anticipated the finding when they ended the 900-year history of male-only choirs at the cathedral recently.

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