choir loft


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choir loft

A balcony choir area.
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It might mean touching the choir loft or moving the pulpit.
However, the cheering audience members in the choir loft appeared too obvious with their forced gestures and expressions; although the "wave" was a nice touch.
RENSSELAER, NY--On May 13th, Mother's Day, internationally famed concert artist, Hector Olivera, from Argentina thrilled an audience of more than 350 at a dedicatory recital to celebrate the newly rebuilt digital console of the magnificent twenty-ton pipe organ in the choir loft at historic St.
They had a very large pipe organ and a central choir loft above and behind the pulpit.
The choir loft is facing the altar at a 90-degree angle, speaking down the length of the building.
A block away is the Loretto Chapel, which is no longer an active church but attracts visitors because of its mystifying spiral staircase to the choir loft.
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.
Keys, the organist, has everyone in the choir loft raring to warble at 11:00.