Re: Listening to Christmas Music
Count Zero wrote:
I started today. Whenever my Mum an I bake our gingerbread cookies and nativity scene figures for Advent and Christmas we listen to either "The Messiah" by Händel or Bach's Christmas Oratorio, occasionally singing along. Usually, this starts later, though.
My dad's church does the Hallelujah Chorus during their Easter service. I totally love it. I wish my church did that. (The reason my dad and I go to different churches is that I like the more contemporary worship style, and he doesn't. We're both Lutherans though.
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