Some articles on singing, big, big singing, singings:
... professional musicians, their children remembered their mother's singing ... In his autobiographical notes Zakaria Paliashvili writes "...in our big family, my brothers and sisters displayed a natural gift of music even in their early age ... School for the nobility, where he had a singing class and also conducted the choir and orchestra, founded by him ...
... On the fourth Sunday of each May, The Big Singing, an all-day sing-along program of Southern Harmony shape note gospel music is held at the county courthouse ... While other major singings still survive, The Big Singing, begun in 1884, is the only singing in the world to use the William Walker Southern Harmony system of shape-note singing ... The Big Singing is also distinguished as the oldest continuously operating indigenous music festival in the United States ...
... Although singing from the Southern Harmony is finding renewed interest at present, for many years it survived in one annual singing held each fourth Sunday in May at the Marshall County courthouse ... It is called "Big Singing Day" ... The Big Singing Day has been held since 1884, when it was organized by James Roberts Lemon, a newspaper owner and publisher in western Kentucky ...
Famous quotes containing the words singing and/or big:
“And upside down in air were towers
Tolling reminiscent bells, that kept the hours
And voices singing out of empty cisterns and exhausted wells”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“Remembering the Strait of Belle Isle or
some northerly harbor of Labrador,
before he became a schoolteacher
a great-uncle painted a big picture.”
—Elizabeth Bishop (19111979)