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Friday, December 11, 2009

Traditional Christmas Hymns Featured at Solid Principles Dec. 17-24

I wanted to invite everyone to come over to Solid Principles starting Dec.17 and continuing until Christmas Eve morning to enjoy beautiful traditional Christmas music on YouTube videos.

I have selected some of the best Christmas music that I know of: St. Olaf’s Choir, the Morman Tabernacle Choir, King’s College Choir (Cambridge) and John Rutter.

If you are like me, Christmas is one of your favorite times of the year. To turn away from the cares of this world and concentrate on the greatest story ever told helps to make this day the joy that it has been for centuries.

As we all know, this holiday has been under assault for decades. But in the last several years I have noticed that we our returning to some of the reverence in which we have held this day in times past.

Hopefully, these songs will encourage everyone and especially young people and children to discover the beauty and majesty of this genre of music and to gain an appreciation for the brilliant orchestras, choirs, composers and performers.

So, click on to every day, from Dec. 17-24, and here’s wishing everyone a blessed and Merry Christmas.

~~John Cronin~~

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