Joy


Lent Challenge – “Joy”

Today’s Lent Challenge prompt is Joy and I thought I would share something with you that brings joy to me instead of trying to find words to describe what joy is.

It is a brass band (Salvation Army) playing a march called “Goldcrest”, which is one that I’ve played as a player and one that I’ve conducted too. It is a jolly little march which is uplifting in its own right, but more than that, it is built around the hymn “I’ve got the joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart”. I love it because it combines several of my favourite things – music, brass music, Salvation Army brass music, hymns, marches, Salvation Army brass bands playing hymns and marches and brass players having a great time playing great music.

I hope you enjoy it too

 

 

 

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  1. Silver Wedding Anniversary, Bachelor of Arts gained with honours etc.
    You are doing very well, Pam. Congratulations!
    “I’ve got the joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart”
    I love that hymn!

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