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8 Broadcaster Press March 31, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com n CHAMBER, Home of Great Ideas since 1934 From Page 3 “I think that they (the choir) to this day and for the rest of their lives will have a little piece of their heart invested in that piece. It was so moving and so deeply inspiring for us.” This year’s piece Psalm 23 did more than inspire the group, it moved them to action. Amidst working with Psalm 23, the group began raising funds to meet Priano in person by flying him to South Dakota from 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion, SD Phone: 624-4429 • Fax: 624-2696 BroadcasterOnline.com GUBBELS SALVAGE Wanted: • Old Cars • RV Motorhomes • Farm Machinery • Irrigation Systems • Any Type of Scrap Iron • Grain Bin Removal Paying Top Dollar Will Pick Up Please Recycle Sandals Are In! Towing Service & Roll-Off Dumpsters Available 1-402-640-6335 Coleridge, NE The Healthiest shoes you’ll ever wear. Boston Shoes to Boots 312 W. 3rd, Yankton • 665-9092 Pittsburg. Holdhusen explains “I shared an email with them that he sent me when he sent me the piece...It was a very emotional email…. it made the choir love the piece and the man even more that he would trust us with the piece. That he so deeply cared about it was again inspirational and moving. It wasn’t long after that one of the members of the choir asked if we could get him here.” They said “We want to sing this piece for him. We want him to know how much all of his music has meant to us. We want to share this piece that means so much to him.” Priano explained in his email how he had written the piece in response to his grandfather’s passing. He described how cathartic and meaningful it was to him. The choir was touched that he would share and trust them with such deeply moving and emotional piece. On Saturday, March 21, everything came full circle. Tears glistened on many of the singers faces as they sang Priano’s Psalm 23 with Priano in attendance at the very church they filmed their initial Youtube video so long ago. Holdhusen recalls his time with Priano during the dress rehearsal. “Being in this church was really surreal because it was the video from this church that he saw. So he was sitting here hearing the choir live and it was just a really emotional moment for him”. The choir performed other pieces as well at their homecoming concert. The music was everything and more that you would expect from such a talented globetrotting group. The songs included both old and new world styles fitting to the choir’s European tour. Saturday evening was the first night they sang the entire program with the first half consisting of classical old world selections. 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