sunday sounds.

Listen, listen, and watch.

(I’ll give you one guess as to which moments I loved the most in this.)

We love to be delighted.

Why don’t we allow ourselves to be delighted more often?

 

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12 Comments

  1. Kim Mailhot January 6, 2013

    Thank your for the joy and delight this morning. Artists truly are miraculous. Inmaine if we all started each morning with such an Ode to Joy ? Love to imagine that. Love you !

  2. Kim Mailhot January 6, 2013

    Thank your for the joy and delight this morning. Artists truly are miraculous. Inmaine if we all started each morning with such an Ode to Joy ? Love to imagine that. Love you !

  3. Barbara I. January 6, 2013

    Amazing. My husband, Steve and I watched it together. He is learning classical guitar and really enjoyed this as did I. He just said, “That was very uplifting!” I vote for your favorite moments being how the children reacted to the music.

  4. Imelda Maguire January 6, 2013

    It has to be the moments where the children decide to start conducting, with utter delight.

  5. Gabriel Kingsley January 6, 2013

    The moment when everyone stopped what they were doing to enjoy the beautiful music!?

  6. Patti Digh January 6, 2013

    Yes! The moments when the children start conducting!

  7. Gina Champagne January 7, 2013

    Fabulous! We need, I need, to stop and allow myself to be delighted more. I thoroughly enjoyed this.

  8. brooklynchick January 7, 2013

    Oh my goodness! THANK YOU Patti!

  9. sally January 7, 2013

    I like the little girl in red who climbs the light stanchion and then conducts with one hand, casually hanging on, then covering her delighted mouth with her conducting hand.

  10. Penny A January 7, 2013

    Thank you! The joy bubbled up, and leaked out of my eyes… Stunningly beautiful!

  11. Sue Kearney January 7, 2013

    Oh the kid on the lightpole!

  12. Joyce Bank January 16, 2013

    The little girl on the light pole looks a lot like the conductor

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