Thursday, December 18, 2008

Sing, Choirs of Angels

Our #1 is a singer, he sings in his high school Chamber choir. I'm sure every parent is moved by the things their child does well, I bawl with tender pride the whole 3 hour performance.

I'm so thankful for great teachers, school districts that get the value of music and children who magnify the talents God has blessed them with, while in their youth.

Here is a picture and two of the numbers I'll post more about this Sunday.


#1 is center of the picture in the choir section, He's a gorgeous lad.

This is Chamber Choir with bells, It is amazing that they can sing and ring so beautifully.

video

6 comments:

Mr. and Mrs. Nurse Boy said...

That is a very handsome lad you have there, and looking nice in the tux. That was a great perfomance also.

I also love seeing my kids displaying the talents God gave them. By the way, the Mrs. and I have been longing to buy that house for sale in your neighborhood, it would be a blast to be your neighbor. Merry Christmas.
NB

Snarr mama said...

They sound great!

Mummy McTavish said...

Beautiful! I just wish I could have shown you Dragon's reaction to the clip. First he started grooving to the bells then he grabbed a bell of his own and started ringing it with gusto singing jingle bells. He was so sad when "jingle bells" stopped playing. Strangely enough the bell isnt a christmas deco, it's been hanging around all year.

Valerie aka Mamalovelock said...

Wonderful singing and ringing.

Teaching your kids early to use their talents is a blessing.

Octamom said...

Fantastic job! It is so fantastic that your school system continues to put such a premium on the arts--just beautiful!
Blessings!

Supercool Hotmama said...

That was beautiful! The music began and people started migrating toward the computer. I absolutely love going to my kids concerts (well, once they are past the "Twinkle" stage.)

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love making new blogfriends. (And boy do I have a family for you, if you believe in arranged marriages. My friend has 7 girls, 1 to 18. But no blog. She thinks she doesn't have time. I can't imagine why.)

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