Monday, July 30, 2012

Spam n' aliens

I suggest putting it on your speakers, cranking it up, turning everything else off, lying down on the floor and listening to it fully. Do nothing else but listen. It's ten minutes, 25 seconds long. It won't kill you.



Martial Artist said...

I have the good fortune to live in Seattle, WA, and to be registered with my wife at Blessed Sacrament Parish in that city's University District. One of the many blessings of being a parishioner there is that it has the distinct benefit of having as its resident ensemble The Tudor Choir. Their concert schedule for the 2012-2013 will make evident why I find the parish such a blessing. Note that, in addition to The Tudor Choir's concerts (all but one of which are at the parish) they will also be singing two Solemn Dominican Rite Masses, and The Tallis Scholars will sing a special concert there on December 7th next. We were fortunate to be able to attend the Tallis Scholars Summer School Opening Concert on July 22nd at the Archdiocesan cathedral. If you find yourself in Seattle, Washington on a concert date and enjoy beautiful sacred music, you would be very welcome attending.

Pax et bonum,
Keith Töpfer

a Christopher said...

I thought it was "Hope in Onion"... Ah, well.

(jk. (-;)

~Katherine~ said...

Singing this has been on my bucket list ever since I first heard it. Now to find 39 like-minded singers...