CC Antya 2.153-154
kāśīśvara, śaṅkara, dāmodara, mukunda
haridāsa gāyena, yena ḍāki’ kaṇṭha-svare
eka-dina — one day; jagadānanda — Jagadānanda; svarūpa — Svarūpa; govinda — Govinda; kāśīśvara — Kāśīśvara; śaṅkara — Śaṅkara; dāmodara — Dāmodara; mukunda — Mukunda; samudra-snāne — bathing in the sea; gelā — went; sabe — all of them; śune — could hear; katho dūre — from a distant place; haridāsa gāyena — Junior Haridāsa was singing; yena — as if; ḍāki’ — calling; kaṇṭha-svare — in his original voice.
One day Jagadānanda, Svarūpa, Govinda, Kāśīśvara, Śaṅkara, Dāmodara and Mukunda all went to bathe in the sea. They could hear Haridāsa singing from a distant place as if calling them in his original voice.