Sunday, November 25, 2012

Dance A Jig Of Thanks!

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With a hat tip to FreeThinke, who provides additional information about this music by J.S. Bach and the painting by Peter Paul Rubens:

4 comments:

  1. Sunday morning and classical music goes together perfectly! Thanks!

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  2. when it comes to fine arts I am a ingoramus. Inspite of that I do enjoy fine arts. Is that possible? I think it is.

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  3. What a nice change and music and education is always a good way to start the day. Thanks

    Debbie
    Right Truth
    http://www.righttruth.typepad.com

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  4. Thanks for your help in spreading "the Word," AOW!

    As you know, I posted this exact video at my blog on Thanksgiving Day, itself, and enjoyed the discussion it generated.

    Music of this high a quality deserves as much "exposure" as it could possibly get.

    This Cantata was first performed in 1730, but was not written specifically in honor of our America Thanksgiving.

    Its "message" is timeless and universal.

    There is never a time when we should not give thanks for God's presence in our lives -- even in times of sorrow and disappointment.

    ~ FT

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