"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Lovely to hear your choir, thank you for sharing x
It's very beautiful, thank you, tears in my eyes 💟
We did ok
Much better than OK!
The choir is wonderful but the director is absolutely delightful!
He will be chuffed you said that
Thank you so much - you are all amazing! Great job, John. I enjoyed them all. What a wonderful way to step away from the day-to-day cares.As a very old woman, am I the only one who wants to tell your talented conductor to pull up his pants?! (I guess I am - no one else has!)
He's just trendy, and has the hips of a snake
Lovely indeed, both!Just an observation: I know that the choir has only to work with those who are willing to join but it's a pity that you haven't got just a few more male singers to give more lower-register balance as the men appear to be vastly outnumbered by female members - and it would have been not very gallant to have asked a number of the latter to sit these songs out. Having said that, a fine, remarkable achievement. Thank you!
There were two men missing Raymondo
I thought we balanced the ladies out nicely
Yes, you did, especially considering your depleted M numbers.
Truly lovely. Tom asked me who was singing and I told him it was John Gently's choir, he was so impressed and thought it was wonderful. Thank you for posting.Brionyx
Tom has taste
Absolutely loved watching all three videos. You choristers are all to be congratulated on a great job. Well done!
Good on you all almost like being there thanks for sharing.
It was a relaxed affair
It is so nice to get to see and hear these. You were wonderful!
Thank you I think we were
just wonderful! all of the hard worked paid off.
I think as a choir you are going from strength to strength - you make a super sound.
Marvelous, one and all, and your conductor's movements were just perfect! Oh, and I did spy you from afar during the Pallet song.Ta for the late afternoon pick-me-up!Hugs!
Despite what people may think , I hate the. Limelight
I really enjoyed hearing Nkosi Sikelele sung by your choir in the depths of Wales. Ngiyabonga (Thank you)
I know we don't sway that much but I hope we did it proud, it's a lovely anthem
Beautiful! I would have loved to attend this concert!
Given your choir masters obvious enthusiasm it's easy to see why you all give your best.
Hes a lovely nice man..he makes the rehearsals fun
The singing is lovely John and the hall is beautiful (those windows!) What fun to try to guess which lady asked for the Pimm's...
Thank you for sharing these and how lovely to hear your choir!
oh John! We used to sing the Pallet song in grade school! Wow, it makes me happy to hear this.
Wow, that's excellent, great job and it looks like it would be a fun hobby.
How lovely! That was first class! Isn't is incredible that I am sitting in northern Vermont across the Atlantic, sipping a cocktail on a rainy evening and listening to a beautiful performance from Wales.Thank you, John!
I loved them, especially the second, although I suspect the first was harder to learn. Your director is so smiley and everyone looks happy to be singing. No wonder you enjoy your choir nights!
So much joy!This is awesome.XoXo
I enjoyed it very much and it was nice to see the choir master who you have written about often.
Wonderful, all three songs.parsnip
Beautiful, thank you for sharing.
Very good, I like the harmonies. It reminded me of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, I went to see them in Hull.
Not just beautiful to hear but beautiful to watch!
شركة تنظيف كنب بالجبيل شركة تنظيف مجالس بالجبيل شركة تنظيف بالجبيل شركة تنظيف خزانات بالجبيل
شركة تنظيف بالقطيف شركة تنظيف منازل بالقطيف شركة تنظيف مسابح بالقطيف شركة صيانة مسابح بالقطيف
Ok... so now I am sniffing away a few tears... lovely, lovely choral singing... I don't regret many things but I do regret not being able to sing. I would truly love to be a part of a choir but I cannot hold a note. And another reason to be a bit teary is.. I have read your blog for a number of years and have been part of your journey through reading, I followed your zip line challenge, I sent a postcard and there suddenly you are in the flesh... it is a very strange recognition from the rural north west of Auckland of NZ to where you are in Wales. Fantastic.Jo in Auckland
It's funny but what makes me tear up is when Jamie does the final celebratory cry and we answer with " awaytoo"
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