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Gregorian Chant Requiem Mass
0:00 Introit VI Requiem aeternam
2:13 Kyrie VI Missa pro defunctis
4:04 Gradual II Requiem aeternam
7:28 Tract VIII Absolve, Domine
10:08 Sequence I Dies irae, dies illa
16:33 Offertory II Domine Jesu Christe
20:50 Sanctus Missa pro defunctis
21:40 Agnus Dei Missa pro defunctis
22:30 Communion VIII Lux aeterna
23:22 Hymn (Sequence) VI Ave verum corpus
24:58 Responsory I Libera me
29:54 Antiphon VII In paradisum
31:11 Antiphon V Salve Regina
Schola Cantorum Sanctae Crucis
Jeff Holston & Joseph Mundattuchundayil, cantors
Patrick Williams, choirmaster
recorded August 30, 2018, at Mater Misericordiae Catholic Church, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
photo from the parish website
Buses in Rutland and Burlington, VT
Traditional Hymn Song. Arranged for harmonica trio with a tenor part and played by Kyong Hwa Lee. Suzuki Alto Single Harmonica used for base. Suzuki Chromatix SCX-48 used for Melody and Alto/Tenor parts. Adobe Audition2.0 used for audio mixing.
Background Images from WikiMedia Commons. Images : Stained Glasses and various church buildings in European countries.
“When The Saints Go Marching In”, often referred to as “The Saints”, is an American gospel hymn that has taken on certain aspects of folk music. The precise origins of the song are not known. Though it originated as a Christian hymn, today people are more likely to hear it played by a jazz band.
Traditionally, this song is often used as a funeral march. In the funeral music tradition of New Orleans, Louisiana, often called the “jazz funeral”, a band would play the this tune as a dirge, then switch to the familiar upbeat “hot” or “Dixieland” style.
Louis Armstrong was one of the first to make the tune into a nationally known pop-tune in the 1930s.
Later, this song is used by a number of sport teams. The following is a partial list of notable uses:
New Orleans Saints (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
Baylor University (Waco, Texas, USA) Also serves as a fight song for Baylor’s other sports teams.
Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah, USA) Played by school’s marching band during its pregame show.
College basketball fight song :
Providence College (Providence, Rhode Island, USA)
Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Saint Louis University (St. Louis, Missouri, USA)
Association Football (Soccer):
Adelaide United (Adelaide, Australia) substituting “Reds” for “Saints”
Fulham F.C. (London, England) substituting “Whites” (the club’s nickname) for “Saints”
Colorado Rapids (Denver, Colorado) substituting “Rapids” for “Saints”
Toronto F.C. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) substituting “Reds” (the club’s nickname) for “Saints”………………..more and more…..
Recorded in Houston, Texas by Galilee Baptist Church Mass Choir on the album “Running For Jesus” (Praise Records) Written by David Allen. Lead by Debbie Sloan.
Getting on the Truck Scale after a McDonald’s Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese & Ice Cream Cone, 29 October 2015, Gila Bend, Arizona
[window rolls down]
Thank you for choosing McDonald’s.
What may I get for you today?
Yeah, I’ll have a Double Quarter Pounder
Medium or Large?
You said that was Large?
With a large Coke?
Uh, no just the Quarter Pounder.
I’ll have a hamburger
Uh, that’s all.
Do you have any Banana Shakes?
I’m sorry, could you say that one more time?
I said do you have a Banana Shake?
Uh, Banana Shake?
I’m sorry we only have Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry.
I’ll have a, a Vanilla Cone.
Uh, that’s all.
Okay so that’s a hamburger, a Double Quarter Pounder, and a Vanilla Cone?
That’ll be $7.40 at the second window.
Pull up please.
After 250 feet,
West Pima Street
Hi, that’ll be
Here you go
Alright. Thank you.
There you go.
Here you go sir.
Have a nice day, okay?
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The International Mass Choir of the Church of God in Christ, Inc. under the direction of the late Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. A memorable event recorded live at Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee.
An in-depth study of the Seven Churches of the book of Revelations from the Bible: Part 5. A look at the Lord Jesus message to the church at Sardis.
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Sung by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln “Singers”, February 1, 2015 at First-Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska. Dr. Pete Eklund, Conductor. Settings by Ivo Antognini (born 1963) and Volckmar Leisring. Text by Jean Tisserand (d. 1494). (ed. Peter A. Eklund) Text printed below
O sons and daughters of the Lord, the King of heaven, the King of glory, this day Himself from death restored, Alleluia!
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Lightning Song (Apache) · Apache Indians
Music Of The Native American Indians
℗ 2003 Grammercy Records
Released on: 2003-12-01
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President Obama gives the annual State of the Union address.
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Throwback to a First Take segment where they revisit Stephen A’s college basketball career. Stephen A Smith played guard for Winston-Salem University in North Carolina. Skip Bayless also calls out his alma mater, Vanderbilt University. Cari Champion is the host.
0:11 College pic of Stephen A
0:28 Lifesize cutout of Stephen A as a baller
1:02 Skip and Stephen A trade insults
1:53 Skip tells college girl to shut it
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