Happy Solstice!

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Carol of the Bells performed by Marillion

Notice that they worked in the James Bond theme towards the end, as I did in this mash-up I made last year: [Read more...]

Regeneration Carol

Via IO9, here’s a Whovian version of “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” [Read more...]

Slap the Heretic

Jeff Carter has composed a more authentic Christmas carol than most, about the historical St. Nicholas and what he was actually famous for. Enjoy!   [Read more...]

Angels We Have Heard Inside and Outside a Piano

HT Cate Pickens and many others who’ve shared this recently. [Read more...]

Critical Christmas Carols: O Little Town Of Nazareth

Having written a song that appreciates the traditional Christmas story as story, I feel like I need to counterbalance it with some other songs which take into account historical criticism and other scholarly methods and their conclusions. I have a few ideas already for new lyrics to traditional Christmas songs – and so let me [Read More...]

We Wish You Extermination

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Rudolphus

Via N.S.Gill, I learned that the blog Gaudium Mundo some years ago offered a Latin holiday song for every day of December. First up was Rudolphus: Click through for several different versions of the lyrics. In case you are wondering, no, I do not intend to share all of them! [Read more...]

Science Fiction Hymns

Jeff Carter recently mentioned science fiction hymns, providing a couple of examples from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. And it got me thinking whether there are others, and if so, what they are. Not long ago I mentioned some hymns in Margaret Atwood’s The Year of the Flood, but the contents [Read More...]

The Fringe Finale (and the LOST Finale)

The finale of Fringe was different than what Abrams and company did with the finale of LOST. Whether it was better or worse is debatable, but it was different in just about every way that it could have been different. And that makes it interesting. There are spoilers ahead, so if you have not seen [Read More...]

Carol of the Bells for Twelve Cellos

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