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Links That Sing

I like websites that sing at you the minute you show up. I wish my blog could sing; how wonderful it would be if every post had musical accompaniment that fit the topic or set the mood! Beliefnet recently linked to the large liturgical music site I encourage you to check it out. It sings to you right away and gives you opporunities to hear sacred music and liturgical chant from many religious traditions.

There’s also, one of my favorite web finds. If you’re sitting at your desk and you want the kind of lift that only your favorite old-time-religious hymn might provide, Cyberhymnal gratifies! Here is the link to “A Mighty Fortress is Our God.” And here’s the link to “Battle Hymn of the Rebublic.” And this goes to Cyberhymnal’s index.

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posted June 11, 2006 at 4:48 pm

Cool, thanks!! I also like sites that sing, and prefer my gospel music old school. Really old school. Like 13th century gregorian chants.>

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