I'm in the Mood for a Melody
If memory serves Card. Ravasi once said this is his favourite piece:
Bach - Wachet Auf


It is indeed relaxing
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Warning: Explicit. I try to show this to anyone "getting into" the internet. It's a satirical song from the POV of the internet and shows it as the horrible place it is. It's also a really freaking good song. Plus Burnham's an absolute genius.


Some random fun:
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Getting into this dude's stuff by (happy) accident


For the Christ-Child who comes is the Master of all
No palace too great, no cottage too small- Phillips Brooks
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(01-16-2022, 12:03 PM)Gondothlim 2 Wrote: Some random fun:
 One of my favorite earworms! ( memeworm?) I know it way. too. well
and that internet song is spot on amazing
For the Christ-Child who comes is the Master of all
No palace too great, no cottage too small- Phillips Brooks
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Canon in D major, Pachelbel - Gert Van Hoef (Organ)

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This one popped up on my iPhone shuffle recently... the video's a little saucy for a Catholic forum, BUT it does claim one of the funnier lines in music history...

"She's so fine, there's no telling where the money went." LMAO!!!

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She sings like one in ten thousand and it was her who put Australia on the world map with a voice which would enthral the world, Prima Donna Assoluta, Dame Grand Cross of the British Empire - Helen Porter Mitchell - the Tomboy from Melbourne, "Madame Melba"



The question with me though was: who bought Melba Toast and why? (little old ladies with tea cups and saucers?)
Oh, where are the snows of yesteryear!
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Händel - Passacaglia - Harp
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It`s a Friday, so that is my excuse to overdose on Händel !

Sarabande.....

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If you know, you know
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