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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 7:07 pm 
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LOL!

Actually it's in the posting guidelines for The Praise Exchange, but whoever reads guidelines? :mrgreen:

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Yay, Lyn! I'm glad it came out well in the end. Now I will go listen to your tunes. :D

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KittyR wrote:
Lyn's batch:

- The First Noel - Burke DBSBT
- O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - Bleazey flute in Cooktown Ironwood
- Lo! How A Rose E're Blooming - Bleazey flute
- Child In The Manger - Burke DBSBT
- O Come All Ye Faithful - Burke DBSBT
- Away In A Manger - Tipple 3-piece flute with lip plate
- Hark! The Herald Angels SingHark! The Herald Angels Sing[/url] - Tipple
- Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus - Oak Alum. D
- God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Dixon Solid Brass D
- We Three Kings - Feadog Brass D
- Good Christian Men Rejoice - Oak Alum. D
- Silent Night - Bleazey Flute



Well done Lyn. Delighted you worked out how to post your clips. A very nice collection of tunes. =D>


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Thanks Connie and Adrian. I had a lot of help getting those carols onto the list. I couldn't have done it alone.

I wouldn't even try naming each person individually, for fear I'd forget someone, but I just wanted to say that everyone's carols are beautiful.
It's amazing how many variations there can be of each song. Everyone here is very talented and I applaude you!

=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

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Lyn D wrote:
It's amazing how many variations there can be of each song.

THAT, I believe, is the very essence of The Praise Exchange.

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AMAZING!!!!! Can you imagine what the world would be like if everyone would use the gifts/talents that God gave them, for GOOD, instead of evil? The whole world would be makin'
music!!!!!!!

:whistle2: :hdulcimer: :flute: :nflute: \:D/

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And also, thanks to you, Kitty, for posting my list of carols, and everything else you do!

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KittyR wrote:
LOL!

Actually it's in the posting guidelines for The Praise Exchange, but whoever reads guidelines? :mrgreen:


I thought that was a 'guy thing' ... another stereotype crushed!

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jrc wrote:
KittyR wrote:
LOL!

Actually it's in the posting guidelines for The Praise Exchange, but whoever reads guidelines? :mrgreen:


I thought that was a 'guy thing' ... another stereotype crushed!


:laughing:


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