In medieval times they had a Prayer: Save us, o lord, from the wrath of the Northmen. That one did not work either. This sounds more like the Aronnic [Moshe’s High Priest] Blessing set to western music.
Made me choke up. This is the benediction my childhood minister would say at the end of every Sunday service. The Lord bless and keep you all, my IOTW friends.
Numbers 6:24-25 – The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.
AMEN! That was beautiful and very uplifting and very much needed. Thank you for posting this. Like they said the church may be closed but the Spirit of God is still alive. We all need this, let it be not be just for the UK but the United States and the rest of the world as well. Seeing this gives me hope that all will be well if we seek God’s blessing on all of us.
Somebody must be cuttings onions.
Hopefully it didn’t interrupt our 5X daily Mohammedan call to prayer lest we be offended.
Thank you for posting this, Claudia. Lovely.
Very nice find Claudia. I like these videos. Thanks for sharing.
All dusty up in here!! Invigorating!
Sorry to be a spoil sport. This was lovely. I have seen similar on-line performances. But I can’t help but ask how they can do this and remain synced up?
You know how you watch an interview on TV when the anchors asks a question and it is several seconds before they person being interviewed gives his answer? I would say that it is virtually impossible to have theses singers be in time with each other. Not only do you have to deal with the propagation time of the signals between their locations but you also have to deal with the delay of the A to D and D to A converters.
However it was created does not matter. It was a lovely performance. But they were not singing at the same time.