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On March 4, the women’s ensemble of the choir will sing music for the services.   The Introit is a Spiritual Quodlibet arranged by Isaya Barnwell and the anthem text by Rabindranath Tagore has been set to music by Elizabeth Alexander. 

 

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Mark Your Calendars:  Friday Evening, February 10, 7:30, Fellowship Hall.   Singer/Songwriter/Comedian/ Satirist Roy Zimmerman returns for his third concert at our church.   This year we are changing the venue slightly to make it possible to have coffee/tea and munchies to enjoy

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January images seem to repeat each year.   Icy cold, bright sun through bare tree branches, making resolutions to improve/simplify/ my life, and of course turning one year older almost immediately.  In addition, there is a calm that follows the flurry and excitement of the holidays, and in that c

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Holiday festivities for our church begin on December 4 with a Baroque Ensemble: two Recorders, Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord.    In the afternoon, the tree decorating party will include some singing around and under the piano. 

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On November 6 at 6:00 PM, our choir along with instrumentalists and soloists will present Requiem, a work by UU composer Clif Hardin. The themes of this work are anticipation and acceptance that death comes to all, and that love is more powerful than death.

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by Music Director Ila Stoltzfus

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The sentiments expressed in the attached brief story bear remembering as the choir tackles another formidable piece, Requiem,  a work by UU composer Clif Hardin, in preparation for a concert on November 6. We performed Quem Vidistis Pastores, the subject of the attached story, last season, 2011.

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A report on the fun side of preparing for such a work at our Third Annual Choir Retreat.       Enjoy!

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On November 6 at 6:00 PM, our choir along with instrumentalists and soloists will present Requiem, a work by UU composer Clif Hardin. The themes of this work are anticipation and acceptance that death comes to all, and that love is more powerful than death.

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Did you miss our men singing Hard Times?  

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