I usually save this for Christmas–Gaudete (“Rejoice”), a medieval carol performed by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and the London Cello Orchestra–but has this fallen world ever needed Christ the Savior more than it needs Him now? “Rejoice, for Christ is born of Mary!”
That was the only “reset” that mattered.
This little intro is taking forever to type–the mouse spits out gibberish, I have to delete it and try again.
Gaudete, a medieval hymn performed by the London Cello Orchestra and the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge–I usually reserve it for Christmas-time: but we could all use some pumping-up, can’t we?
No one got around to entering this carol in the carol contest: a medieval Christmas carol, Gaudete–whose lyrics tell us, in Latin, to rejoice, for Jesus Christ is born of Mary.
Performed by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and the London Cello Orchestra.
About now we should be settling down to Christmas dinner with my brother and sister. While we do that, here’s another carol for you.
Gaudete, sung by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, with the London Cello Orchestra–“Gaudete, Christus est natus ex Maria.” In English: “Rejoice! Christ is born of Mary.”
Yes, I think we can rejoice in those glad tidings!
No Christmas carol requests this morning, so let me see if I can start the ball rolling. So far, What Child Is This? leads the contest with 22 views, the day it was posted.
I am not eligible to win my own contest, so I hereby submit Gaudete, a medieval carol performed by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and the London Cello Orchestra. And drums! Turn up the volume on this one.