Sunday, December 02, 2007


I've written about playing with my church orchestra on Sunday mornings, and thought you might like a visual. You can see attendance is a little sparse at the beginning of the first service, not entirely unexpected on the day after a big snow. This Sunday the orchestra is off to the right, and the cellos are in the second row on the outside. Yes, those are two big screens on each side of the auditorium so that people up high can see what's going on. They also project the words to the hymns there. You can probably guess my opinion of singing hymns without being able to follow the music.


Maricello said...

This is a very impressive size church! The church where I am playing at Christmas is very tiny. It holds 50 people, maybe 75 tops.

yarnplayer said...

I agree, impressive! Very large! What an honor to be able to help inspire so many!

Gottagopractice said...

Yes, impressively large. An interesting point about inspiring many, as I lean toward a quality rather than quantity philosophy myself.