Our English correspondent Seneca III sends this eclectic medley of music for your enjoyment as we approach Christmas morning.
I’ve embedded the first video, a Celtic version of “O Holy Night”. The other selections are linked below, after Seneca III’s message
Amidst all the Turmoil and Uncertainty Feast, Your Ears, Your Heart and Your Mind on What it Really Means to be Human
- Reba McEntire — “Just Like Them Horses”
- “March of the Templars”
- Enya — “Tempus vernum”
- The oldest known melody — ca. 1400 BC
- Katherine Jenkins — “I Vow to Thee My Country”
- Radney Foster — “Angel Flight”
- The Choir of New College, Oxford — “Shenandoah”
- Celtic Woman — “O Come All Ye Faithful”
— Seneca III, wishing you all a Christmas of love and understanding of what we are from Middle England, this 24th day of December in the year of our Lord 2017.