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September 2009
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long and tiring Sunday. ::snore::

Was awakened by Drummond being loud in the green room and hurriedly pulled my stiff self off the stage and fled the Con.

Dressed and went to church. After that, grabbed quick lunch, did something silly for a while (I don't remember what, but it didn't involve anything I was supposed to be doing) and went to awards convo. I got Outstanding Con Freshman. Yay.

Then I ran to my room and changed for strike, which went for like 25 whole minutes. *Then* I went to T. Berry and managed to get in to the band room for my horn, so I was going to go practice, but found ACC practicing in the church so I went and turned pages.
About the concert. The Threnody was amazing, of course, but is not exactly inspiring me to heights of literary ecstasy, so you're going to have to do without hearing all about it. Cailin's piece was cool 'cos it incorporated Integer Vitae. Mark's piece was cool 'cos it just was. The one that Rick and Danny did... um. The text was great and the music was great, but I was not too sure about the combination of the two. It made me scratch my head.

There was one thing that really got to me, though: when they sang Fairest Lord Jesus. It's been the choir's trademark piece since Luther T. Spayde founded ACC way back in the 30's, and if I correctly understand what's going to happen next year, the performance of it I heard on Sunday is the last one that ACC will ever do. Great, now I'm all crying again. ::sigh:: I might be wrong. I hope I've misunderstood something here. I hope so hard it hurts.

Anyway, then there was the recital, and nobody understood the skit, and then there was initiation, and then there was me falling asleep in the car on the way to Booneville for soda. That was all.

Current Mood: ::sigh::
Current Music: practicing