nuranar: Hortense Bonaparte. La reine Hortense sous une tonnelle à Aix-les-Bains (1813) by Antoine Jean Duclaux. (Default)
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It is good. It is one of the most emotional things I sing for.

Next up, Easter morning. I have some errands to do after rehearsal tomorrow morning, but hopefully I can take it easy after that. And not stay up late.

They did a live stream of the service, which I forgot to post about. It may be available later, but I'm not sure. It's only audio, no video this time. The service is rather dimly lit and it doesn't work will on video. Tenebrae means The Darkening.

Sunday morning will be live stream, however, here. There's a bunch of services; the ones I'm singing in are at 7, 9:15, and 11 on Sunday morning (CST).
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