Hallelujah: A Chorus to Be Named Later

Today is family day on Coffee. This first selection is from a chorus of which Birgit is a member. The song raises Leonard Cohen’s music to a new height.

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14 Comments on “Hallelujah: A Chorus to Be Named Later”

    • im6 Says:

      What an ambitious selection and how successfully the unnamed group pulled it off. Good job, Birgit! It must feel amazing to be able to sing something like that. I won’t even join in singing Happy Birthday, so I can’t begin to imagine the feeling singing such a song must provide.

      • Kat Says:

        Like you, I never even sing Happy Birthday in public. In the third grade, the nun told me to mouth the words for the May procession!

        I am jealous of people who can sing.

      • Birgit Says:

        im6, thanks.
        We needed ambition to rehearse songs as “White Christmas” in hot midsummer 😉

  1. Birgit Says:

    Oh, surprise, what an honor. Thanks.
    Kat, would you please remove the name of the chorus? It’s an unofficial recording and neither song nor arrangement are Public Domain, just to avoid problems for the chorus. Some laws are crazy over here.

  2. Hedley Says:

    Really terrific and thank you for making it available to us. Somehow you and your chorus have found a way to make Lennie almost palatable.
    I will fire up my Rotenburg smoker in your honor this evening

    Thanks again for sharing and Happy Christmas

    • Birgit Says:

      Hedley, thanks.
      “To make Lennie almost palatable” 🙂
      Have a good Christmas time Rothenburg smoke!

  3. Lori Kossowsky Says:

    The first song of the morning and oh so beautiful. I’ll probably play it again later and pretend to sing with you– after all only my cat can hear me!

  4. Mark Anderson Says:

    Truly excellent! I’m looking forward to finding out the who & where 🙂

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