30 March 2014

Whole lot of Henningmusick today, most of it on the quiet

. . . apart from Plotting, which (I think) was apt to make a nice splash among the listeners as EmmaLee and Paul presented it as the Prelude at First Church in the Back Bay.

My choir started out the morning with a little trepidation, perhaps, but we hunkered down and  gave a creditably moving performance of San Rafaello.  And our doughty handbell ringers took very well to the three (count 'em, three) new pieces we read for the first time in our after-service rehearsal this morning (all arrangements, truth to tell):  My Lord, What a Morning, the Easter Stikheron, and the Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan Easter hymn, Welcome, Happy Morning!

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