My Musical Christmas Gift To YOU: “A King Is Born” By The Incomparable 2012 Luther College Norsemen.
Merry Christmas 2017.
This amazing performance will set you up for the day.
You will thank me for sharing this with you.
This was part of the featured 2012 “Christmas at Luther” on PBS. I was fortunate enough to have recorded it. Blew our minds — it was so good. I kept it on my DVR until I had to return it because we switched satellite providers.
“Luther College” in Decorah, Iowa, noted for its musical program, does a gala, “Christmas at Luther” concert series each year. In 2012 PBS aired it and made it famous. As far as I can see PBS has not done another and do not, alas, repeat the 2012 recording.
But, thanks to YouTube we do have access to the 2012 concert.
It was special. This was my favorite. I think the lead singer is magical. I need to find out what happened to him.
In the meantime, please do enjoy this amazing rendition.
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It is sunrise that continues to be tardy.
Notice that sunrise does NOT get earlier following the Solstice!
If anything it continues to get later and later.
It is LATER SUNSETS that are making the daylight longer.
Sunrise does not start getting earlier until January 7, 2018.
Just for the record, compared to the 2016 Solstice, which was also on December 21, we have 3 extra seconds of DAYLIGHT. Wow. Rejoice.