Filed under: Australia, Entertainment, Freedom, Heartwarming, Music | Tags: David Hobson, Jerusalem, The Holy City
David Hobson “Carols by Candlelight”
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Australia
Monday, 24th December 2012
(Go ahead, enlarge this one to full screen.)
And once again the scene was changed,
New earth there seemed to be.
I saw the Holy City
Beside the tideless sea.
The light of God was on its streets,
The gates were open wide,
And all who would might enter,
And no one was denied.
No need of moon or stars by night,
Or sun to shine by day;
It was the new Jerusalem
That would not pass away,
It was the new Jerusalem
That would not pass away.
I post this every year—because I like it!
Filed under: Education, Heartwarming, Israel, Music | Tags: Brigham Young University, The Best of Christmas Music, Vocal Point & Noteworthy
We teamed up with two talented a Capella groups, BYU Vocal Point and BYU Noteworthy, to create a beautiful reminder that we hope inspires people of all denominations to look inward and reflect on the value of faith in their own lives this holiday season.
Filed under: Music, Pop Culture, Russia, YouTube | Tags: An Octave below bass, basso profundo singers, Examples from Russia
I had never heard the term “Octavist”, nor heard one sing. Amazing! The term “oktavist” describes a basso profundo singer with an extremely deep range. You’ll notice that the singers showcased in this video all sound unbelievably deep, with some making you question whether or not it’s humanly possible to produce such low notes. Their voices can go as deep as an octave below the bass staff.”
http://www.wimp.com/russian-oktavists/ Do watch the whole thing.
The octavists in this video are all Russian, but they exist all over the world.
Filed under: Freedom, Heartwarming, Military, Music | Tags: Condoleezza Rice, Jenny Oaks Baker, Lovely
Condoleezza Rice and Jenny Oaks Baker
All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warriors Project
Filed under: Entertainment, Humor, Music, YouTube | Tags: Celtic Music, Ireland, The Clancy Brothers
And a very happy St. Patrick’s Day to you all.
Do little kids still pinch anyone who isn’t wearing green?
Filed under: Domestic Policy, Entertainment, Humor, Media Bias, Movies, Music | Tags: Awards For Themselves, Celebrities, Hollywood
In spite of the theme that the most important thing happening in the world yesterday was—the Oscars— viewership was way down. The awards went to movies that no one had seen, and pointedly ignored the really big hits. It was the most political Oscar party in years. But the glitterati of Hollywood can never get enough of red carpets, being photographed and getting awards—which they do with ever increasing frequency.
- The 72nd Golden Globes Awards
- The 25th Screen Actor Guild (SAG) Awards
- The 57th GRAMMIES
- The 87th Academy Awards (Oscars)
- The 69th Tonys
- The People’s Choice Awards
- The Kid’s Choice Awards
- The Webbys
- MTV Movie Awards
- Teen Choice Awards
- MTV Video Music Awards
- The 67th Emmy Awards
Beyond that, there are at least 50 major film festivals, the most notable being Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Venice and Berlin, but most other major cities have one as well.
Can you spell n-a-r-c-i-s-s-i-s-m?
Filed under: Architecture, Art, Europe, History, Literature, Music, Pop Culture, United Kingdom | Tags: Architecture- Art & Learning, Considering the Middle Ages, Not so Dark - Dark Ages
Professor Anthony Esolen for Prager University. We’ve been told that the Middle Ages, also known as the Dark Ages, were characterized by oppression ignorance and backwardness in areas like human rights, science, health and the arts? We have been misled.