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The Distant Murmurs of Prayer

“In our imaginations, we listen for the distant murmurs of prayer,” wrote Dennis Aubrey in his post “In Seclusio at Thines” posted on Via Lucis Photography. 170 more words

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Giving Thanks: A Chorister's Guide to Gratitude

Peanut doesn’t think that he needs to be grateful for his kibble, he just expects it to be placed in front of him twice a day  Not so for Choral Musicians — we have much for which to be grateful.   354 more words

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Gregorian Chant Workshop at St. Patrick Church, Columbus, Ohio

A Gregorian chant workshop will be held at St. Patrick Church in Columbus, OH, on Friday, November 14, and Saturday, November 15. Sessions regarding the structure of the Mass and chant notation will be provided for beginners and experienced learners. 308 more words

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2014-11-09 Notes from the Bench

Requiem by Vernon Williams

A commentary on this week’s music by Dr. James T. Gerber, Music Associate

The month of November begins with two significant liturgical celebrations: All Saints’ Sunday, traditionally observed on November 1, but transferred to the first Sunday in November, and the Commemoration of All Faithful Departed, also known as All Souls’ Day in the Roman Catholic Church, which is observed on November 2nd. 387 more words

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Horror Song of the Day: Ave Satani (by Jerry Goldsmith)

One cannot think of horror and not bring up Richard Donner’s The Omen. A film made during the turbulent late 1970’s when the world was literally on the brink of ripping itself apart. 255 more words

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