By Robert Willmann
Music for a Blessed Christmas
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Thanks and Merry Christmas to all.
A lovely addition to the moving Christmas reminiscences on the Colonel’s site. Those Viennese! Germanic competence and perfectionism and that added touch of panache. And a dash of the self-parodying Kitsch that always makes one wonder quite where one is with the Austrians.
Not that the Three Tenors needed help with the panache. Monumental, those three!
The other day, one really embittered guy at MoA, took the opportunity to demean this four, when another guy tried to pay last homage to its Spanish member, Carlos Marin, who died in the verge of Christmas of complications with Covid infection, eventhough being unwillingly vaccinated on request of his companions and manager so as to be able to travel to fulfill their compromises…
Altgough may be not playing in the same league as The Three Tenors, I always liked Carlos too, since seemd always to sing with his full soul…
May he rests in peace….
It is my impression that there is a bunch of people firmly determined to leave us, not only without Christmas, through the second year already advising to avoid familiar meetings and celebrations, plus advising us to forbid our unvaccinated relatives and friends to come to our homes, but also leave us without the very lyric of life….
It is clear to me that they want us depressed and devoid of any beauty and any thing which could rise our spirit a bit, lest we find the courage and hope to rebeal and fight for a better world…
Anything better than what we have right now would be good…
I take advantage to wish you a merry Christmas.
P.S: I dunno, but I am enjoying these Christmas as if would be the last ones…
You may also like or simply find interesting this one, this is tribal people of different ethnicities and religions reacting to acapella performance of “Hallelluyah” by Pentatonix….
Music and soul are universal…We are all one people…
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