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Carly Rae Jepsen our Free Spirited Trobairitz Shines at Surrey Winterfest in B.C.

| February 10, 2008

Carly   Rae  Jepsen   Carly Rae Jepsen doth sing like a rapturous nightingale that hears only her own melody in thine heart.  Gentle like the wind, her voice knows its way and does not need to sound like those who have gone before.  With high boots, fringed gently flamed hair and a red surcoat, her petite […]

“Hometown Glory” by Adele Adkins – Soulstress of London Beginning her Ride

| February 6, 2008

Adele  Adkins Adele Adkins listened to Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald growing up in Tottenham, UK.  If you listen carefully to her single “Hometown Glory”,  one hears an edginess and sultriness that is reminiscent of Etta James.    Adele is carving out her own signature in the world of music.   Her album “19”,  named after her […]

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens – Movie Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

| December 25, 2007

 A   Christmas  Carol The Medieval Christmas traditions combined the celebration of the birth of Christ with the ancient Roman festival of Saturnalia, a pagan celebration for the Roman god of agriculture, and the Germanic winter festival of Yule.    At the time of the Industrial Revolution allowed workers little time for the celebration of Christmas.    However […]

Ave Maria with Placido Domingo and Nana Mouskouri

| December 25, 2007

Ave Maria Ave Maria is perhaps one of the most beautiful prayers ever written.  Placido Domingo, Michael Bolton and Nana Mouskouri each bring their own beauty to this song.   Nana Mouskouri is just exquisite. Ave Maria by Schubert. May Peace Follow you Tonight Lady Sharon, Scribe of Camelot Listen to more Christmas Songs

Thou art Loved, Sir Paul Potts – Thou Singeth for thy Queen at the Royal Variety Show

| December 14, 2007

 Sir Paul Potts As a bright aurora show, thou appeared amidst great talent at the Liverpool Empire Theatre as part of your prize for conquering “Britain’s Got Talent”.      Thou didst perform for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh at the 79th Royal Variety Performance on the third day […]

The Bird’s Christmas Carol – Chapter III Pt. I– The Bird’s Nest – A Christmas Story

| December 14, 2007

The  Birds  Nest Chapter III  Part 1 Carol herself knew nothing of motherly tears and fatherly anxieties; she lived on peacefully in the room where she was born. But you never would have known that room; for Mr. Bird had a great deal of money, and though he felt sometimes as if he wanted to […]

Pachelbel’s “Christmas Canon” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Most Beautiful

| December 10, 2007

Christmas Canon One longe December nighte,   I herde this Christmas carol that touched deep within my herte.    Caried softe, the aungels hevenysshly doth sing.    The Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO)  findeth me and I fell in love with their music and the stories behind their music.    Formed in 1996 they hath produced a number of Christmas […]