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(I posted most of this to Facebook today and realized it was really more of a blog post and, given the dirth of new music being posted here, I might as well include it here as well since what little readership I have in both locations does not overlap much.)
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Octávo Idus Decémbris. Luna. The Sixth Day of December. The Night of the Moon.
Myræ, quæ est metrópolis Lyciæ, natális sancti Nicolái, Epíscopi et Confessóris, de quo, inter plura miraculórum insígnia, illud memorábile fertur, quod Imperatórem Constantínum ab intéritu quorúmdam se invocántium, longe constitútus, ad misericórdiam per visum mónitis defléxit et minis. 646 more words
On December 6 the feast of Saint Nicholas is celebrated and so I thought I would bring back this oldie but goodie.
On the outskirts of the Turkish town of Demre is a church that is associated with Saint Nicholas—Father Christmas, a.k.a. 172 more words