The Twelfth Night Sound
Here are several ways
to hear the Twelfth Night Singers:
Come to our annual concert.
It's normally at 3 p.m. on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, at Zion Lutheran
Church, Woodward at Albany, in Ferndale. Check on our home page or call
Holly Conroy, (248) 435-3777.
Hear us at our engagements
in and out of the Christmas season.
Listen to a sampler,
ten of our songs ranging from a rousing, glass-clinking wassail to
a reverent song based on a Scottish prayer to a sparkling "Carol
of the Bells." The sampler is a 5 1/2 minute
5.5mb mp3 file.
Buy one of our recordings.
They're for sale at our concert and often at our engagements. They're
available for purchase by mail from our director. They cost $10.
Best of all,
book us for your holiday event, wedding or party!
A Scottish Hospitality Prayer
“I met a stranger yest'er'een;
I put food in the eating place,
Drink in the drinking place,
Music in the listening place;
And, in the sacred name of the Triune,
He blessed myself and my house.
My cattle and my dear ones,
And the lark said in her song,
‘Often, often, often goes the Christ in the stranger's guise;
Often, often, often goes the Christ in the stranger's guise.’”