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Music is the universal language of mankind. —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Pre-Raphaelite poet Christina Rossetti penned this poem of grief, doubt, and faith after the death of her mother and brother. This radiant setting by composer Joseph Roff was recorded in an abandoned farm silo in upstate New York.
Georg Johannes Gick, Trans. Jere Brunner
This unpretentious yet hauntingly mystical cycle of poems, now set to music, revolves around the stable on Christmas Night. The commonplace things participate in the miraculous birth, as do the everyday people who come to worship. Read the poems... Read More
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