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Treasure Trove Award

WELCOME TO THE INAUGURAL TREASURE TROVE AWARD!

What is the Treasure Trove Award?

I’ve created the Treasure Trove Award for bloggers who share treasures.  Treasures can take the form of:  art; community participation and support; creative writing; entertainment; friendship; health and fitness; humor; information; knowledge and insight; life lessons; music; photography; skills and instructions…anything that adds value and is a treasure in the blogosphere. 384 more words

Awards

Robert Matthew Goldstein reblogged this on Art by Rob Goldstein and commented:

I'm honored to be among the bloggers chosen for Dani's Treasure Trove Award!

Treasure Trove Award

WELCOME TO THE INAUGURAL TREASURE TROVE AWARD!

What is the Treasure Trove Award?

I’ve created the Treasure Trove Award for bloggers who share treasures.  Treasures can take the form of:  art; community participation and support; creative writing; entertainment; friendship; health and fitness; humor; information; knowledge and insight; life lessons; music; photography; skills and instructions…anything that adds value and is a treasure in the blogosphere. 384 more words

Awards

Treasure Trove: The Banks of Green Willow, by George Butterworth

This short orchestral work was composed by George Butterworth (1885-1916) in 1913, and has become the best-known and most widely-performed of his small output. It’s a charming little work in the English Romantic tradition which is based on a number of folk songs, most notably a less-than-charming tale of a country lass who falls in love with a sailor, becomes pregnant and runs away to sea with him only to suffer a difficult labour. 424 more words

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Treasure Trove: ‘Dear Lord and Father of Mankind’, a hymn by John Greenleaf Whittier

I read an interesting comment online recently which expressed the opinion that Christians who criticise modern worship music must be sad, lonely people who hate all music and live alone in silence with their dog. 337 more words

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