Northeast Choirs sing Christmas Carols and Perform on the Montgomery County Courthouse Steps

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Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 at 4:00pm, Clarksville-Montgomery County held their annual Downtown for the Holidays.

The festivities included local school groups Christmas caroling on the Montgomery County Court House steps. There was hot chocolate available inside the Montgomery County Courts Complex.

The Northeast High School Exit One, JV Exit One and Concert Choirs dressed for the holiday.

They not only sung songs like “Welcome Christmas – Dr. Seuss” but also performed dance routines to “Santa Baby” and others.

The choirs finished singing just before the start of the Clarksville Montgomery County Annual Lighted Christmas Parade.

Let Your Heart Sing: Quakers and Music

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Do Quakers sing in worship? These Quakers do! Laura Dungan and Aaron Fowler from Wichita, Kansas talk music, Spirit, and a sound so low the human ear can’t perceive it.

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When friends by shame are undefiled,
How can I keep from singing?
How can I keep from singing?
Let Your Heart Sing

I’m Laura Dungan. Wichita, Kansas, a member of University Friends Meeting/Church, depending on who you’re talking to and where you’re at.

I’m Aaron Fowler. Wichita, Kansas, Heartland Friends Meeting in Wichita.

Spirit as Vibration

Aaron Fowler
When I do a science of sound project with elementary age kids and we have a big bass speaker and we talk about 2 Hz, we’re playing 2 Hz and we say, “Can you hear it?” They all lean forward and say, “We can’t hear it!” but they’re watching the bass speaker and this bass speaker is vibrating and its moving and you can’t hear the sound, but you know that there’s an energy and something moving.

You can’t identify it, you can’t touch it and feel but its there, you just know. It’s kind of like an earthquake. You don’t hear it but you can feel it and you know that there’s something very powerful that’s present. That happens in worship. Worship in silence where someone stands up and shares a message out of the silence, it’s like, “whoa, OK. Something’s rocking here.”

Friends and Music

Laura Dungan
We were raised in the United Methodist Church and I was raised in a very musical family. Aaron had a lot of music coming from his grandmother and both of his parents sang in the church choir. So anyway, we grew up with that kind of environment, and then we came to Quakers in college. When I read George Fox’s Journal, it was all about the power of the Spirit and I had already experienced the power of the Spirit through music.

I never… in Kansas… I don’t know if it’s the brand of Quakers down there that tend to be a little more evangelical, but you know, you’ve got your hymns and you’ve got your music going on. I never had any bar about that at all. It wasn’t until I came hanging out with Eastern Quakers that I was like “Ohhh” I realized that there’s something that people are working on here, with music and being a Quaker. For me, it wasn’t ever divided.

Aaron Fowler
I think that music division across the different Quaker roots, Quaker branches… from the Evangelical side, music always was there. And when we go to the gathering and when we go to unprogrammed Meetings, there is such a deep hungering to sing together… and I think it goes back to that whole, “What’s happening with the vibrations? What’s moving that we don’t know?” It rises up within us.

And so, hey! Let your heart sing! Let your heart sing. It’s OK. You won’t get in trouble. I don’t think anybody will kick you out of Meeting now. Maybe.

Through all the tumult and the strife, I hear that music ringing.
It sounds an echo in my soul, how can I keep from singing?


The views expressed in this video are of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Friends Journal or its collaborators.

Hark! the Herald Angels Sing (Willcocks) – Indianapolis Men’s Chorus

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Hark! the Herald Angels Sing – arr. David Willcocks
Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, Christmas in London
Recorded at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church – Indianapolis, Indiana
December 15, 2013
Videography by Zach Rosing Productions

Mormon Missionaries Sing A Christmas Hymn (remixed with rap & beat boxing) 1080p HD

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(This description will be updated over the next week or two as I get the names of the rest of the missionaries and where they are from).

Missionaries serving in The Georgia Macon Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had a meeting in Macon the following day. This is a video of them rehearsing for that performance.

FYI: Two of these missionaries (Elders Owen and Mullinax) were in the Cusseta tornado video that I have previously uploaded.

Sister Melissa Maxfield (vocals, sitting on the table)
Elder Colton Webster (vocals, sitting next to Sister Maxfield)
Elder Parker Owen, Cottonwood Heights, UT (Guitar, beat box, vocals)
Elder Ryan Mullinax, Las Vegas, NV (Cajon)
Elder Philips, Australia (rap and vocals)
Elder Meiling (was holding a ukelele but did not play)
Elder Chandler Loper (guitar)

This…is how to sing Bluegrass!

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This band shows the true spirit of Bluegrass music. Old Time Fiddlers Championship – Band Competion held in Clarksville, Tennessee in 2008.
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#41 Palm Village Old Fashioned Community Hymn Sing 7/16/2017

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Old Fashioned Community Hymn Sing
Palm Village, Reedley California
July 16, 2017 6:00 P.M.
Theme: “When Old Songs Become New”
Special Music by the North Fresno Mennonite Brethren Men’s Quartet.
Accompaniment provided by two grand pianos and the Chapel organ.
Favorite hymns chosen by the audience
Email us at [email protected]
Or write us at Palm Village Hymn Sing, 703 W. Herbert Ave., Reedley, CA 93654, USA
Palm Village Hymn Sing . . . singing the songs of Jesus.