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Reading the Daily Papers (Part 2) FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - February 4, 2016 Continues: "He seated himself on his throne, on the right side of the great altar, and began to sing the office appointed by the church for the dead, assisted by his choir, which is numerous, and some of the best voices from Rome. "The first verse was scarcely finished, when it was observed that his voice faultered, the tears trickled down his cheeks, so that it was feared he would not have beenhttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2016/02/reading-daily-papers-part-2.html
Candlemas SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - February 2, 2016 http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2016/02/candlemas.html
Kampen Boys Choir - This Is the Record of John - Orlando Gibbons SUNLIT UPLANDS - January 10, 2016 This is the record of John is a verse anthem written by Orlando Gibbons (1583–1625). The anthem is a characteristic Anglican -style composition of the period and is based on a text from the Gospel of John in the Authorized Version . 'John' (whose record is being told) refers to John the Baptist . It written at the request of St John's College, Oxford , and presumably received its first performance in the college chapel. The anthem is usually performed with organ or viol ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SunlitUplands/~3/syMOSl9xYn0/kampen-boys-choir-this-is-record-of.html
Sir David Wilcocks and Lessons and Carols THE INN AT THE END OF THE WORLD - December 23, 2015 ... calendar, the first verse of "Once in Royal David's City". For many, this signals the start of Christmas. Broadcasts of the Christmas Eve service from King's began in 1928, but arguably it was under the guidance of Sir David Willcocks, who died in September 2015, aged 95, that the service – and the choir – became household names. Click here and learn more about Sir David and his now classic arrangements of Christmas hymns and carols. We've been ...http://thesixbells.blogspot.com/2015/12/sir-david-wilcocks-and-lessons-and.html
Friday Potpourri - And There Was Much Rejoicing ADAM'S ALE - October 30, 2015 http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2015/10/friday-potpourri-and-there-was-much.html
The Death of Song ... FR PETER'S BLOG - October 12, 2015 ... just churches: everyone enjoyed a sing-song. Men would sing in the pubs and farm workers would sing in the fields. There were bawdy songs, and ballads, and songs of protest familiar to Trades Unionists too. People grew up knowing shanties, and lullabies and carols. Melody helped memorise the words of poetry and verse. Generation after generation had this great heritage of shared song. Not any more though. Just like the boarded up pubs, and converted chapels, the heritage of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/frpetersblog/~3/n4cEdqXaD84/the-death-of-song.html