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Music for Advent and Christmas

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springrite:
Let's all play the Christmas Orotario on Christmas Eve then!

johnQpublic:
Over the last goodly number of years I have listened to seven days' worth of Classical Christmas music leading up to the big day itself.

This year with much of my collection in storage and the real possibility of traveling during that time period I will not be doing so.  :(

Carry the torch for me Harry.

Harry:

--- Quote from: johnQpublic on November 20, 2007, 05:51:01 AM ---Over the last goodly number of years I have listened to seven days' worth of Classical Christmas music leading up to the big day itself.

This year with much of my collection in storage and the real possibility of traveling during that time period I will not be doing so.  :(

Carry the torch for me Harry.

--- End quote ---

That I will certainly do my friend..... :)
Out of necessity, I have to start at least three weeks before Christmas, to give all the music a spin once, and maybe if I am lucky twice..

Harry:

--- Quote from: springrite on November 20, 2007, 05:29:42 AM ---Let's all play the Christmas Orotario on Christmas Eve then!

--- End quote ---

Done! :)

Harry Collier:
Christmas Eve has always meant for me:

a) A bottle of very good wine.
b) A large Bach work (usually Mass in B minor, or St Matthew Passion).

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