PipeChat Digest #4247 - Wednesday, January 28, 2004 Easter Music by "First Christian Church of Casey, Illinois" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: zimbelstern motors by "Douglas A. Campbell" <email@example.com> Easter Anthems by "Richard Weber" <firstname.lastname@example.org> RE: Easter Anthem? by "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu> Re: RE: Easter Anthem? by <email@example.com> Re: PipeChat Digest #4246 - 01/27/04 by "Dennis Goward" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Trust the kids! by "Mike Gettelman" <email@example.com> New Virus / Worm - Administrator's Topic ONLY! by "Administrator" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(back) Subject: Easter Music From: "First Christian Church of Casey, Illinois" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 14:17:03 -0600 For bold Easter music, I'm rather fond of Wm. Billings classic early American piece, "The Lord is Risen." It may be called "Easter Hymn" or Anthem; I can't recall, but it's a nice stirring piece in that fuguing style which he handled so masterfully. Dennis Steckley Every gun that is made and every warship that is launched, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed--Dwight Eisenhower
(back) Subject: Re: zimbelstern motors From: "Douglas A. Campbell" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 16:05:59 -0500 On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 11:39:33 -0500 "Andrew Mead" <email@example.com> writes: > If you connect the 120 Vac, (or 240 Vac for Europe or other parts of > the > globe) 33 RPM turntable to a common wall mounted "dimmer switch" > you can > adjust the RPM from 0-33. > AjM > I would caution anyone who would consider doing this. Turntables use SYNCHRONOUS motors that are specifically designed to run at the given speed. Putting such a motor on a "dimmer" will cause overheating, premature motor failure and possibly a fire ! Douglas A. Campbell Skaneateles, NY ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit www.juno.com to sign up today!
(back) Subject: Easter Anthems From: "Richard Weber" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 15:38:07 -0600 My suggestions would be: John Ireland Greater Love: Charles Villiers = Stanford Ye choirs of new Jerusalem: Henry Purcell My beloved spake and = S. S. Wesley Blessed be the God and Father.
(back) Subject: RE: Easter Anthem? From: "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 17:58:14 -0500 > I am ashamed to say I am stumped every year for a suitable Easter = Anthem. How 'bout listing our favorites? My taste leans toward flashy = with substance, real organ and brass ensemble accompaniment (crafted in = such a way the choir can be heard), and a big, MGM ending. =20 I've probably mentioned these before. "Christ our Passover" by Richard Dirksen has everything above in spades, = and with enough musical quality to grace Washington National Cathedral = (where the composer was). Yes, the choir can be heard, in that often it = appears a cappella in phrases alternating with great surges from the = organ, brass, and timpani. It's in print, now $1.50 a copy, not too = pricey by today's standards, with a set of instrumental parts for $7.75. Another anthem sung and recorded there around the same time (mid 60s): = "Christians, to the Pascal Victim" by Leo Sowerby. It's for choir and organ, no brass (although a trompette en chamade with = a telling high register would certainly be in order). Musically it is = very substantial, Sowerby at his best, and dramatic in the sense of = building with great control to a splendid climax. In the completely = independent, sumptuous and flowing organ part, a birdsong-like motive in = the Lydian mode returns again and again, reminiscent of what Widor had = did done with "Haec dies" in his Symphonie Romane. I'll probably never have a choir able to sing either of these, or enough = of a budget to hire the brass and timps: but for those happy souls who = enjoy such resources, I doubt that you could put them to more fitting = use in twentieth-century Easter music than with these two anthems.
(back) Subject: Re: RE: Easter Anthem? From: <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 23:12:08 +0000 I am ashamed to say I am stumped every year for a suitable Easter Anthem. = How 'bout listing our favorites? My taste leans toward flashy with = substance, real organ and brass ensemble accompaniment (crafted in such a = way the choir can be heard), and a big, MGM ending. Paul, try "Easter Carol". It's published by Concordia Publishing, and the = composer is John Leavitt. It has the parts you are asking for as well. I = don't know if it has an MGM ending, but you can be the judge of that. Jeff
(back) Subject: Re: PipeChat Digest #4246 - 01/27/04 From: "Dennis Goward" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 16:50:20 -0700 Subject: Re: PipeChat Digest #4243 - 01/26/04 From: "Fran Walker" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 14:03:34 -0600 Glad to see the Easter Anthem discussion. Can anyone suggest an Easter anthem for choir and one, or even better, 2 trumpets? Was it absolutely necessary to quote the entire digest? Please, a little courtesy! Dennis Goward
(back) Subject: Re: Trust the kids! From: "Mike Gettelman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:10:44 -0500 Dear Paul and John, Those are ripping good stories, and the one John tells has been seen = on this list before. I think these are laudable examples, but it has been my experience that you trust = only with full expectation and preparation of failure. The successful outcome for trusting someone comes = only through God's countenance upon you for leading a life that abides his commandments. It seems = Madeleine L'Engle and John Foss must be leading just such lives, and have enjoyed these unusual blessings. Most = of the deepest gloom in my life has been the result of having unquestioned faith in people, and being = dashed to the rocks as the result. It leaves me wondering and praying to know what is my obvious = transgression. Pessimistically Mike Gettelman > Paul Emmons wrote : > > "When Madeleine L'Engle > writes of her belief that people, especially young > people, become trustworthy by being trusted, we can > see him as exemplifying that principle." > > John Foss wrote: > Absolutely. Some years ago I got three 17 year olds > from the sixth form to do some work on the electric > action and wind supply at St Mary of Eton, Hackney > Wick, which had suffered from water damage. It is a > fine sounding Grant Degens & Rippin organ of 1965. > http://lehuray2.csi.cam.ac.uk/npor.html > I asked them if they could - they said yes, and I left > them to get on with it. I didn't interfere in anyway > whatsoever - just paid for the few materials needed. > End product - perfect working order for the organ and > very happy church. One of the boys is now a Marketing > Director of Mr Gates's company (OK - you may not be a > PC fan - but I bet most of you have got them!), > another is one of London's top barristers and the > third a Director of the BBC responsible for technical > developments. They can all play the organ quite > competently! > I believe that if you have faith in people, give them > the right support but don't interfere you are far more > likely to get good results. > John Foss >
(back) Subject: New Virus / Worm - Administrator's Topic ONLY! From: "Administrator" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 21:15:44 -0600 Folks As you may be aware there was a new virus/worm released yesterday that is flooding the Internet. Although I have not received many copies of it personally due to various filters on my mail server the list has been receiving way too many copies that end up in the "Bounced Mail", I think there have been about 50 copies so far today. I have a feeling that the machines of some members of the list have been infected although I have no idea of whose machines. If you have received any email over the last couple of days with any sort of attachment and you haven't trashed that attachment immediately there is a possibility that your machine might be infected. There are removal tools available to deal with this virus if your machine is infected. Symantec has a page on it's Security Response site at http://firstname.lastname@example.org= l which tells about the virus/worm and has a tool for removing it if your computer is infected. If you are running any flavor of Windows and don't have an Anti-Virus program installed you might want to go to this page and read about it and double check your machine. if you have an anti-virus program, which EVERYONE that uses the Internet should have, make sure your Virus Definitions are up to date. BTW, this virus ONLY affects machine running versions of Microsoft Windows, MAC and UNIX, of whatever flavor, users are not affected by it. Finally, PLEASE practice "safe computing" - if you receive a file from someone, even someone that you know, and aren't expecting it DO NOT open it. Check with the person that "supposedly" sent it to make sure that they did send you something. Many of these viruses/worms "fake" the identity of the sender from the address book of the infected computer so it is very possible that the "supposed" sender never actually sent you anything. REMEMBER, it is not a topic for Discussion on the list. Only Tim or I can post anything about viruses. If you have any questions or need any help please feel free to write ME at the Administration address this email is being sent from. Sorry for the interruption but I felt this was important enough for me to do a posting about it. One of the characteristics of this virus is that the "payload" that is loaded on infected computers is to auto-execute on February 1st and try to cause a specific company's web site to be bombarded. If this happens the whole Internet will slow way down because of the massive number of computers trying to send at the same time. David -- **************************************** David Scribner Owner / Co-Administrator PipeChat http://www.pipechat.org mailto:email@example.com