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May 20, 2013

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Carolyn Liesy

I love this paragraph, "This is music aimed at your heart. When you come to a concert like this, you leave your cultural identity at the door. You're going to be touched spiritually, and occasionally playfully. Disturbing headlines of the day will dissipate like early morning fog burned off by the sun. You will experience the power of music as a healing and nourishing balm." Glad to hear from you again.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

Thanks, Carolyn, music does truly call down the spirit.

Nana

I love the song especially this part..."Prayer will be your strong Bat to hit at satan's ball"

Ellen Miller

terrific review!
if louise okayed mention of her surgery and treatment, i think it is fine. it adds to the personal, expressive nature of the piece.

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