The 30-minute concert, which begins at 12:15 p.m. will feature works by Bach, Gigout, Balbastre and several carol settings. The concert will be held in the sanctuary of the Morristown United Methodist Church, 50 Park Place (on the Green), Morristown. There is a light luncheon available for purchase before or after the concert, 11:30 a.m.
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Trip Tips: Nashville, the music lover’s paradise
Take a short taxi ride to another worthy museum in the Municipal Auditorium at 417 4th Avenue North. The Musicians Hall of Fame features instruments and paraphernalia from stars of rock, jazz, blues and country. BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER A drive to the southwestern edge of Nashville takes you to The Loveless Cafe at 8400 Highway 100. Breakfasts of eggs and country ham and lunches of fried chicken accompany the true stars: buttery biscuits. Dinner is also served here.
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Why Google Play Music All Access beats Spotify hands down
The problems Play Music isnt perfect, though. This becomes obvious when you attempt to export playlists from Spotify into the service, a process that is slow and quite unsupported. Google doesnt offer an API for the service yet which means it is hard for developers to build apps that use the platform. That said, a tool called Portify was released by a third party that allows you to import playlists from Spotify manually using a workaround. Unfortunately, itll require quite a few steps to move everything across but despite it being difficult, remember it only needs to be done once.
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