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I saw your pictures of Chattahoochee and hoped you'd write about it. So glad you did. This is simply beautiful-- you capture what I struggle to express: the relief at acknowledging pain and death, the joy of communion, the power of the storm of voices.

Chris M.

I've only sung Sacred Harp at FGC Gatherings this summer and last. It's been an extraordinary experience. (Just ask Linda! :)

I can't beat time to save my life, though, so I've never had the chance to stand in the center. Maybe I should try some time....

-- Chris M.

Laurie Kruczek

I wish I could Sacred Harp sing! Very nice....


Linda - thanks. You should try to make it to Chattahoochee one year. Or at least one of our Eastern singin's!

Chris - if you've enjoyed the singing at FGC, you should definitely find yourself a large regional sing. Even if you don't want to lead yourself, you can stand in the middle while someone else beats time. :)

Laurie - Well, that's the great thing about it: you don't have to be an experienced singer in order to participate fully. If you're interested, you can just find a regular singing in your area, and have fun.

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