choir loft


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choir loft

A balcony choir area.
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The filming took an astonishing three hours, while I sat in the choir loft surrounded by really hot TV lights, cameras and other unidentifiable electronic gizmos.
When I stood up as part of a quartet and looked out at that sea of stern Presbyterian faces, my stomach began to rumble in fright and soon all the candy was being spewed throughout the choir loft, cleaning out the youth and adult choirs who fled in panic.
The balcony in the sanctuary was shaped like a horseshoe and extended on both sides to the choir loft at the front.
This spans the width of the plan, like a choir loft in a Mexican chapel, with a privileged view of the Mesquite tree in the courtyard patio below.
The announced revival turned out to be a scuffle in the choir loft.
Dorset, took the gospel from the choir loft to concert halls and stages throughout the United States and around the world.
Keys, the organist, has everyone in the choir loft raring to warble at 11:00.
And in the choir loft, where singers sat on crude benches, fanciful chair backs are painted directly onto the plaster, as if the illusion would truly lend them support.
The picture was taken from the cathedral's choir loft, which he shared with one other photographer.
The sanctuary adapts "theater in the round" designs to promote intimacy and features a 350-seat choir loft, areas for orchestras and dance performances, as well as a full recording.
Father Villar said the church suffered huge cracks particularly on the area supporting the choir loft.
After this chore, she climbed the stairs to the choir loft on knees that scarcely touched the marble, more pilgrim than charwoman.