Original Christian Music

17 Jun 19
Christian B. Carey

Speak, Be Silent Riot Ensemble, Aaron Holloway-Nahum, conductor Works by Chaya Czernowin, Anna Thorvaldsdóttor, Mirela Ivičević, Liza Lim, and Rebecca Saunders Huddersfield Contemporary Records HCR20CD 2019 Riot Ensemble’s latest CD features five works by female composers who hail from a diverse group of countries: Israel, Iceland, Croatia, Australia, and the UK. Speak, Be Silentcomes at a […]

17 Jun 19
ResponsiveReiding

The Fear of The Lord Pt. 3 Audio for this sermon can be found here   Sin distorts everything. Christians know this as axiomatic. We can see it everywhere – most in ourselves and the loss of the clear image of God reflected back. God’s natural state is one of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, […]

17 Jun 19
MaryO'Studio

    Be sure your student reads and listens to Today’s Daily Listening Assignment     • 1672 ~ Orazio Benevoli, Italian Composer, died at the age of 67 • 1725 ~ Joseph Anton Bauer, Composer • 1750 ~ Michel Woldemar, Composer • 1818 ~ Charles Gounod, French composer, conductor and organist Read quotes by and […]

17 Jun 19
News Directory

Photo: Fickr / Taos Melillo From the New York Philharmonic to smaller churches and music halls, you get the best of New York classical music in the City Guide calendar. In terms of acoustics, famous destinations such as Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center are of outstanding interest and all our upcoming performances are listed […]

17 Jun 19
فلصطين

مقالة جديدة على Longreads Remembering Dr. John بواسطة Tom Maxwell The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo […]

17 Jun 19
KarenJRieley, Word-Warrior

KAREN RIELEY PUBLISHED IN April 2019 ISSUE OF THE RESIDENT NEWS –2019/04/04/the-way-we-were-joyce-malcolm-hanson/ Her most treasured wall hangings in the charming 1942 painted brick home on Dunsford Road help weave the story of Joyce and Malcolm Hanson’s lives individually and together in the San Marco and Lakewood areas. For Joyce, the drawing that hangs just to the […]

17 Jun 19
Outside The Know

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
News Bakerrs

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
BiblioMarket

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
Longreads

Mac Rebennack devoted himself to New Orleans culture.

17 Jun 19
CelebMix

The sixth annual NYC Web Fest (NYCWF) is one of the most exciting events that appear annually at the end of the year. Today, they have announced that they’re bringing the festival forward by a month as well as their nine industry professional jurors. This year, it will take place on October 4-6, with Founder […]

17 Jun 19
Tim's Cover Story

Hello there! This week our blog features a song that many rate as the greatest rock ‘n roll song ever, Stairway To Heaven. We will first discuss the original version by Led Zeppelin. Next, we will review a cover by Frank Zappa, and we will finish with a cover by Ann and Nancy Wilson of […]

17 Jun 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

SOURCE- CRUX: ROME – When the bishops from the Amazon region gather in Rome next October, they will discuss the ordination of “elderly people,” preferably indigenous, to guarantee that the remote communities in the region have access to the sacraments.