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Friday, December 13, A.D. 2013

On this Adventist Friday the thirteenth, I offer you something sweet and heavenly—the old German carol “Susani.” Here it is performed by Protestant boys in the Dresden Kreuzkirche:

Lest Lutherans feel privileged, here is the carol sung by Bavarian Catholic fellows (the “Cathedral Sparrows” of Regensburg) in front of what appears to be the Nuremberg Frauenkirche:

I’m a sucker for lullabyish Christmas carols. Lieblich!

Posted by Joseph on Friday, December 13, A.D. 2013
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