A Sunday’s Occupation

Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie…     Milton

July 4, 2005: Sunday afternoon was spent singing with some dear girlfriends…here are the first fruits that Philip recorded and mixed down:

The King

Laudate Nomen Domini

Lord Jesus Think on Me

October 2, 2005

Sull’ aria from The Marriage of Figaro

Current Favorites~
Innocence Mission: Befriended Our favorite album from our favorite band
Gillian Welch: Revival Bluegrass as good as it gets

Carla Bruni: Quelqu’un M’a Dit
Hauntingly beautiful French music from an Italian woman living in France…

Astrud Gilberto: Beach Samba 1960’s basso nova

Henry Mancini: The Best of Henry Mancini Says it all 🙂
Bach: Cantatas Exquisite–especially the ‘Marriage Cantata’
Mozart: Vespers This music is simply sublime.  What the portals of heaven must sound like.

4 Responses to “A Sunday’s Occupation”

  1. Wendy says:

    absolutely beautiful!!! please reveal these angelic voices….

  2. Martina says:

    Thank you for the wonderful Mozart duet! The piece is so beautiful, and I love your interpretation of it!

  3. Jamie says:

    Lanier, have you heard of Kate Rusby? She’s an english folk singer. I think you would really like her music. “10” is my favorite album so far. Give her a listen, you won’t be sorry! 🙂

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