A British composer is searching for a singer who can hit a note so low it's believed never to have been sung before.

In his new choral work "De Profundis" Paul Mealor has included a low E that is more than two octaves below middle C.  He's now searching for a voice that can reach the note written below the lowest note found in a mainstream choral work (a B flat).

The Guinness Book of Records lists the deepest note ever produced by a human voice as an extremely lo F sharp.

Any interested singer can send in demo tapes or upload their voices via www.howlowwillyougo.com

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