We’re spending the day at the Dallas Arboretum looking at their houses o’ gourds.
We also may do this great fall mixed-media art project from That Artist Woman. I’ve saved my egg shells and everything.
It’s a new month so new songs. Our folk song is an Irish tune called “The Rose of Tralee.” I found a version with Bing Crosby. I love Bing.
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The hymn is O Worship the King (free sheet music at that link.) I love the phrase “pavilioned in splendor.” Here’s a new version by Chris Tomlin that’s pretty good. Plus it has lyrics, which is nice.
What do you think? Traditionally hymns as written or modern updates? I don’t mind the updates if they’re true to the original and don’t gut the rich lyrics and replace them with 7 words sung 11 times.
Have a great first day of November!