♫ Random musical notes from yours truly. ♫
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Susan Layton’s beautiful ASL interpretation of “Silent Night.”
One of the sad things about self-publishing is that you tend to write Christmas music at the wrong time of year to be useful. For example, during the Christmas season.
Perhaps you’ve seen some of the macro pictures of snowflakes that float around the internet. The beauty and variety are amazing.
It’s an amazing and awe-inspiring world we live in, isn’t it?
Last night was a landmark for me… I actually finished something. Something big. And complicated. And boy am I patting myself on the back!
The incredible thing is that they had the music memorized. I know how long they didn’t have to learn this, so I’m well and truly impressed!
Thanksgiving. And an arrangement of “This is My Father’s World.”
Here, for your Monday entertainment, is a cover of my arrangement of “Be Still, My Soul,” recorded by Jenna Jackman Handy.
Here’s a new favorite that I think you’ll enjoy. We we just started this one in our Institute Choir. It’s a gorgeous number called “This Holy Christmas Night,”
The new song this time supports this year’s youth theme:
“…stand ye in holy places and be not moved …”.
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