Sunday, June 7, 2009

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If you are looking for good music to listen to on a Sunday go to Pandora Radio and set up a Mormon Tabernacle Choir station. It's lovely. It has wonderful piano music and other songs. It's not all Mo-Tab all the time. Really. You should check it.

11 comments:

Mary said...

This is AWESOME!!!! I love it, and the best part, it's FREE!!!!

Emmy said...

Thanks! Awesome site!

LaurieJ said...

Thanks for the tip!
That is a cool website

tammy said...

Thanks. I think I had heard that before, but then forgot about it.

Melissa said...

I am such a mo-tab fan. Much to the mocking of some of me peeps. But one of my very best BFF's sings in it so it's very personal to me now.

Cynthia said...

Thanks for the heads up.

My sister got to attend the special reception for the Air Force that was sponsored by the Church this past week. She said that hearing the Mo Tab with a full orchestra backing them was amazing. It was even more amazing when they did the Air Force anthem and all the service people in the audience joined in singing it. I wish I could have heard it but I'm not a VIP! LOL!

Madalyn :) said...

YAY! I finally found your bolg! Shaylee told me you had one and I think I'd been spelling it wrong.

Kate said...

Great idea. Thanks I will definitely check into it. Have a great week.

3 Bay B Chicks said...

Very cool to know! I usually only listen to the Choir around the holidays. (Their music always puts me in the best of spirits.)

However, it never occurred to me to check them out in the "off-season." Thank you, my friend.

-Francesca

ramsam said...

You have really read my freaking mind...I have a Sunday playlist in Itunes, but it is only from my favorite CD's (very few) that are good Sunday songs.
I love having music playing as we get ready for church and eat and hang out (1:00 block). It really effects my home, and mostly me, by keeping relaxed and in perspective as I juggle primary stuff and kids.

I am absolutely doing this. ♥

Jessica G. said...

FABULOUS idea! I have a very limited music selection when it comes to the Mo Tab hits.