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December 15, 2007


Teresa C

We've had our noses in the Carols for Choirs book this season as well. We were supposed to perform We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Goria in Excelsis Deo from that book today, but our concert has been cancelled for weather. That's New England for you.

FRANZA Antoinette

Hello, no speak english , excusez-moi votre blog est magnifique . Joyeux Nöel

kelli ann

lovely! there are some christmas choral concerts in the Sutton area this weekend, reading your post just jogged my memory and now i think i'll push to make it to one at least. merci, joyeux noel, paix et que des bonnes choses en 2008::


Whatever it took to get into the "Gloria," it was beautiful. Having done it a few (or perhaps many) years ago, there were a number of parts that I had to restrain myself to keep from joining in. And the soprano soloist managed to make the high leaps very subtle. I've heard a few who sounded like they had been pinched. Laura and Julia said they liked the music. Of course, they liked the refreshments at the end best.

I'm glad I was able to be there.

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