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Contemplating Marriage?

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 24, 2009



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Advent Music~ But Who May Abide The Day Of His Coming (Handel’s Messiah)

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 15, 2009

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Advent Music: O Come All Ye Faithful

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 4, 2009

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Music Legend Charlie Daniels Now A Blogger For Newsbusters

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 3, 2009

He has his first post up on that site, entitled: Nadal Hasan and Our Absurd Current State of Affairs.

He also has a web page: The Charlie Daniel’s Band-Official Site.  Be sure to check out the Soapbox Articles (click on the photo)

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An Irish Christmas Hymn

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 3, 2009

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Advent Music #2: And The Glory Of The Lord

Posted by Dim Bulb on November 30, 2009

This is the second part of Handel’s Messiah.  I posted the opening overture a few days ago.

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Month of Mary, Day 28: Our Lady Of The Snow

Posted by Dim Bulb on May 28, 2009

The world is very foul and dark,
And sin has marred its outline fair:
But we are taught to look above
And see another image there:
And I will raise my eyes aove,
Above a world of sin and woe,
Where sinless, griefless, near her Son
Sits Mary on a throne of snow.

Mankind seems very foul and dark
In some lights that we see them in:
Lo, as the tide of life goes by,
How many thousands live in sin:
But, I will raise mine eyes above,
Above the world’s unthinking flow,
To where so human, yet so fair,
Sits Mary on her throne of snow.

My heart is very foul and dark:
Yes, strangely foul sometimes to me
Glare up the images of sin.
My tempter loves to make me see:
Then, may I lift mine eyes above,
Above those passions vile and low
To where, in pleading contrast bright,
Sits Mary on her throne of snow.

And oft that throne, so near our Lord’s,
To earth some of its radiance lends;
And Christians learn from her to shun
The path impure, that hell-ward tends:
For, they have learnt to look above,
Above the prizes here below,
To where, crowned with a starry crown,
Sits Mary on her throne of snow.

Blest be the whiteness of her throne
That shines so purely, grandly there,
With such a passing glory bright,
Where all is right and all is fair:
God, make me lift mine eyes above,
And love its holy radiance so,
That some day, I may come where still
Sits Mary on her throne of snow.~Unknown

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Easter Music

Posted by Dim Bulb on March 22, 2008

Io Sono Risorto Click the musical note to play
Pasqua Del Mio SignoreClick the Musical note

La Luce Pasquale Risplende

Fonte Viva Di Consolazione

Exultet:

English

Latin

Byzantine:

Your Resurrection

Christos Anesti (Christ is risen)

Gladsome Light

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Old Sonsgs I Love (Brite Bulb Volume 1)

Posted by Dim Bulb on February 20, 2008

The runt had a great idea a few days ago. He posted a list of some of his favorite “oldie” songs, so I thought I’d do the same.

SO FAR AWAY by Carole King.

THE FAMOUS FINAL SCENE by Bob Seger

UNFORGETTABLE by Nat King Cole

JENNY (867-5309) by Tommy Tutone

DANCE OF THE TOY FLUTES by Tchaikovsky

BURNING HEART by Vandenberg

BARBRA ANN by the Beach Boys

HOW YOU GONNA SEE ME NOW by Alice Cooper

MISTER JONES AND ME by Counting Crows

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