Click on the picture to bring up a larger, sharper image,
then right click and save if you like.The night before they left for China, DD's choir performed their concert at a Church near campus. Here is a link to the second half of the performance. It is about 30 mins. long and there is a very short commercial at the beginning. It is a beautiful performance especially "Go Tell It On The Mountain" and "Silent Night" which are at the end. When they perform Silent night, they form a circle around the Sanctuary and dim the lights so that the main focus is on the Cross hanging behind the altar. When they perform this, dd is front and center, to the left of the Cross.
Concert Nov. 28, 2010
Please visit Charlotte and Ginger at Spiritual Sundays for more inspiring posts and have a beautiful Sunday! xxoo Nan
beautiful...hope your weekend is great.ReplyDelete
This is lovely and I did indeed save it as you suggested. I've not had a chance to view the clip of your daughter yet but I certainly will...it sounds lovely as well. I just love this time of year, don't you?ReplyDelete
*Oh, been enjoying your Christmas playlist as well. :)
I like your new Christmas look Nan.ReplyDelete
What a perfect,beautiful scripture you shared today,thank-you.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful opportunity to travel to China to perform! We have Otterbein University in the town next to mine, Westerville, Ohio. Is it the same college? What beautiful daughters you have, truly a blessing! Have a great December week ahead! ElizabethReplyDelete
Nan, I just viewed the China performance and it was wonderful. I know you are so proud of Emily. Linda/ArReplyDelete
Just lovely. Have a blessed week.ReplyDelete
I'm going to follow your links tonight and just enjoy listening! Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Please check out what I wrote concerning St. Nicholas today... if you want to use any of it for your tribute to Nicholas of Myra please feel free to do so!
A very Happy St. Nicholas Day to you and your whole family!
The choir is very good. I know they will be a blessing to the people of China.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with us.
What a lovely concert and your scripture is perfect. I lived in China for five years, and I am sure that they will be blessed by this music.ReplyDelete