Yodeling Messiah

I made a card to commemorate special music at church. I hope they like my song!

Yodeling Messiah

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12 Responses to Yodeling Messiah

  1. You sing, too? You write, you run, you judge AND you sing? Can you do all of them at the same time? 😉

  2. Jeannie says:

    Uhhhhh … I’m pretty sure I’m going to be busy that night. Whatever night it is. Or day.

  3. stephanielynn75 says:

    I love your humor, Tim. And if you can record and post a video of you running/singing/judging, all at the same time, I would SO watch it and share it!

  4. I think that would be quite interesting to hear!

  5. Mary Anne says:

    There’s an excellent film with Michael Learned and John Houseman called A Christmas Without Snow. Under the direction of Houseman’s character who is a tough choirmaster(you didn’t expect a Houseman character NOT to be tough, did you?), a church group attempts Handel’s Messiah. I’m surprised it doesn’t turn up more often on television around Christmas time, but when it does, it’s a relief for me: it’s not sticky-sentimental and everything doesn’t turn out all fine and dandy for everyone, but there’s enough holiday feeling in it to warm your heart. I especially like this from Houseman’s character when the choir despairs of ever doing justice to Handel:

    “The meaning of ‘amateur’ is ‘he or she who does a thing for the love of it’. There is no higher reason for singing than the love of doing it. In that respect, you do qualify as amateurs. And I salute you for it.”

    Don’t know how he’d feel about yodeling, though . . . 😉

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