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Beer Printed Growler with Four Printed Pub Glasses ( White Print )

Beer Printed Growler with Four Printed Pub Glasses ( White Print )

  • This personalized brewery label beer growler and glasses set is customized, attractive, and fun. It features a bold, 64 oz. beer growler and four pint sized pub style beer glasses, each featuring a custom brewery label.
  • Personalized with the first and last name of your choice, it makes a great gift and a stylish addition to any home barware collection.
  • SIZE: 64oz
  • PERSONALIZATION: Personalize: with the first and last name of your choice
  • EMAIL US WITH YOUR INFORMATION ONCE YOU PLACE THE ORDER

DETAILS:

This personalized brewery label beer growler and glasses set is customized, attractive, and fun. It features a bold, 64 oz. beer growler and four pint sized pub style beer glasses, each featuring a custom brewery label. Personalized with the first and last name of your choice, it makes a great gift and a stylish addition to any home barware collection.

Choose from the following in colors
Gold
Black
White

Personalized:
with the first and last name of your choice and a 4 digit year

SIZE: 64oz

EMAIL US WITH YOUR INFORMATION ONCE YOU PLACE THE ORDER

List Price: $ 127.79

Price: $ 41.99

Respighi – St Michael the Archangel – Church Windows (2/4) Four Symphonic Impressions

Respighi, who proved with his Roman triad that he was a man who composed well in the form of tone or symphonic poem, was out of character in writing his “Vetrate di chiesa” (“Church Windows”); the subtitle, “Four Symphonic Impressions”, was odd as these were not “impressions” at all. Respighi composed three pieces for piano while vacationing with his wife in Capri in 1919. The three piano pieces were titled “Tre preludi sopra melodie gregoriane (Three Preludes on Gregorian Melodies)”. Respighi revisited the pieces and transcribed them for large orchestra, adding a fourth piece in order to make the symphonic suite complete. The names of the pieces came long after, based upon the feel of the pieces. Respighi and his close friend, librettist and literature professor, Claudio Guastalla, worked together to provide titles that would tie each of the pieces to stained glass windows of churches in Italy; they went so far as to provide scriptural references or libretto-like religious texts to accompany the pieces. But this was all done after the pieces were written… Presented here is “San Michele Arcangelo” (“Saint Michael the Archangel”), the title inspired by the war-like sounds of the piece which Claudio Guastalla imagined as, “a clash of weapons – a battle in the skies”, as described in Revelation; the battle between Saint Michael and his Angels and the dragon, at the end of time. The piece is performed here by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, led by Jesus Lopez-Cobos, a
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Four Church Women

Four Church Women
Church abuse
Image by alison.mckellar
This mural of the "four churchwomen" is one of many in El Salvador that honors the martyrs who were killed while peacefully advocating for human rights during El Salvador’s violent Civil War. On December 2, 1980 Sr. Dorothy Kazel and lay missioner Jean Donovan drove their van to the El Salvador airport and picked up Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford. Their van was stopped by members of El Salvador’s National Guard. They were taken to an isolated location, sexually and physically abused and subsequently killed.
Before her death, Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford offered offered these words of reflection on her work in El Salvador when asked why she took the risk of remaining in El Salvador.

"Am I willing to suffer with the people here, the suffering of the powerless, the feeling impotent? Can I say to my neighbors – I have no solutions to this situation; I don’t know the answers, but I will walk with you, search with you, be with you."

Four Church Women

Four Church Women
Church abuse
Image by Global Opportunity Garden
This mural of the “Four Church Women” is one of many in El Salvador that honors the martyrs who were killed while peacefully advocating for human rights during El Salvador’s violent Civil War. On December 2, 1980 Sr. Dorothy Kazel and lay missioner Jean Donovan drove their van to the El Salvador airport and picked up Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford. Their van was stopped by members of El Salvador’s National Guard. They were taken to an isolated location, sexually and physically abused and subsequently killed.
Before her death, Maryknoll Sister, Ita Ford, offered these words of reflection on her work in El Salvador when asked why she took the risk of remaining in El Salvador.
“Am I willing to suffer with the people here, the suffering of the powerless, the feeling impotent? Can I say to my neighbors – I have no solutions to this situation; I don’t know the answers, but I will walk with you, search with you, be with you.”

Be Bold in FOUR areas

Andy explains that being bold in these four areas is a response to the influence we have been given. This comes from Part 7 in a series called Big Church by Andy Stanley. To listen to the entire message, join us at www.northpoint.org
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Martin Luther, a sketch of his character and work, suggested by his four hundredth birthday: presented to the congregation of Calvary Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia

Martin Luther, a sketch of his character and work, suggested by his four hundredth birthday: presented to the congregation of Calvary Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia

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Four Guest Soloists Set For Music City Community Chorus Performance

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) May 25, 2007

Four guest soloists have been selected for the Music City Community Chorus’s Operalooza! concert at First Baptist Church, Seventh and Broadway on Tuesday evening, June 5 at 7:30. Accompanied by world-renowned concert organist Wilma Jensen and directed by Renee Grant-Williams, the MCCC will perform Chorus Music by the Great Opera Composers.

Guest soloists for the event will include Margy Bredemann, soprano, who has performed with the Memphis Symphony, Nashville Symphony, and Indianapolis Symphony orchestras. Her recordings may be heard on Sparrow, Word, Lifeway, and Atlantic Records.

Olivia Ward, mezzo soprano, who has appeared with the Nevada Opera, Nashville Opera, Mobile Opera, the Music City Community Chorus and has sung with the Nashville, Virginia, and Chattanooga symphony orchestras;

H. Stephen Smith, tenor, has appeared extensively in major European opera houses including those in Switzerland, Sweden, Britain, and Portugal as well as with a wide range of opera companies in the U.S. that include Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Houston, New York, Boston and Nashville.

Milton Williams, bass-baritone, has performed in orchestral and opera performances in Western, Southern, Central, and Eastern Europe, Canada and throughout the United States. His combined repertoire includes thirty-five operas, operettas, and musicals. He resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.

“I feel so honored to have soloists of this caliber,” says Grant-Williams. “I’m especially moved that bass-baritone Milton Williams is able to join us for this performance. This is a totally unplanned coincidence, but exactly twenty-five years ago on June 5th I conducted the San Francisco Community Chorus performing this very same program while he sang the bass solos.”

Organist Wilma Jensen has an extensive concert career that has taken her throughout the U.S. and around the world, including tours of Scandinavia, Germany, France, Poland, and England. She will be assisted by Sam Bacco, timpani.

The Music City Community Chorus’s concert is offered free to the public. The concert begins promptly at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, June 5. Parking is available in the lots at the back and sides of First Baptist Church, 7th and Broadway. Call 615/259-4900 for an interview or additional information. Audition information for the next season may be found at www.MusicCityCommunityChorus.org.

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