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Psalm 8 for Trinity Sunday, Year B

Golly, but look what I found in the archives on my external hard drive: a practice video for the young lady who was going to chant Psalm 8 on Trinity Sunday of 2014. Luckily, the lectionary readings come around every three years ūüėČ

 

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R.I.P. Kurt Kaiser

A very sad obituary to have read today: Christian songwriter Kurt Kaiser passed away yesterday. He was 83 years old. His song, “Pass It On,” is iconic in contemporary Christian music. An accompaniment track I did for the song years ago has been viewed over 800,000 times on my YouTube channel alone, and I have found it in numerous other places, pilfered and posted on various international video channels. He probably didn’t mind any more than I did because the important thing was the song was globally loved and sung. May his soul rest in peace and may his family find comfort in having lived with a gifted, modern evangelist whose reach and influence will only be truly known in the hereafter.

https://www.baptiststandard.com/news/obituaries/obituary-kurt-kaiser/

Please feel free to sing along to my accompaniment track in Kurt’s honor:

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Trumpet Sonata

This past Sunday was the combined bands’ Spring Concert at the school where I substitute. As an interlude in the middle, the band director and I played a duet of piano and trumpet on Trumpet Sonata VII by Arcangelo Corelli. Here is the clip of our duet:

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Veterans Day choir performance

Here’s a picture of me accompanying the community choir this morning in the high school auditorium for the Veterans Day service.¬†The choir did a very nice job for their very first performance.¬†The service would have been outside on the court house steps if it weren’t for the remnants of Hurricane Ida going on outside. Just as well – I didn’t need to wear a coat, my music didn’t blow away, the people filling the auditorium had comfy seats, and we didn’t have to worry about bees, mosquitoes or the ever-popular hauling of a keyboard and sound equipment outside. And then back.

2009-11-11 Veterans Day (1)

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Video: One True God

Filmed “One True God” this morning while it was relatively still cool and not so muggy out. It’s not often that I do a song jazzier than the radio play version. Oh, and¬†in case you’re wondering, behind me in the vid, those are soybeans.

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Video: Sweet Redeemer

Tickled pink, er, uh, that is red, that I got this song uploaded today.¬†It’s probably my signature song, so I don’t know why I hadn’t recorded it before this. Maybe because it’s definitely a high-energy “band song” and I wasn’t sure I could record it well enough on just my equipment. This great Sarah Hart and Steve Angrisano anthem has been well-received everywhere I’ve used it. And yes, you’ve noticed correctly: it’s such a wildly fun song that I’m even wearing….*gasp!*…. red lipstick!

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Video: Jesus, Lord of Heaven

Got two videos finished and uploaded today (which on dial-up this is a miracle in itself, proving that God is indeed good)!

This beautiful Phil Wickham song is one I use for meditation often. My husband and I were out on the beach after it rained and the sunset and misty atmosphere were just beautiful. This is his first foray into filming the video clips, and as I edited them down to make the final video, I thought he did a purdy good job!

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