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All Things Rite and Musical: Pandemic Perspectives

All Things Rite and Musical: Pandemic Perspectives

In the first of a series of conversations about what we are doing with liturgy and music in the midst of this pandemic, we talk to Micah Walter, a parishioner at Grace Episcopal Church, Amherst, Mass.

Special thanks to Micah Walter for this conversation. We are grateful to him for taking the time to talk on this podcast, and also for providing links to the music that we included in this episode.

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Micah also shared another piece he and his partner sang with banjo, ShH 404t Paradise, and the picture of his home altar at Easter.


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