Then she heard a smaller voice humming.
To hum was liberating, to fill the cabin with the nearest thing to talk they could achieve. They went through the round once again, Jo praying that she would hear Stevie. But at the end, he was still silent.
Ding, dang, dong—and her heart leaped. Stevie was with her, and he knew she was with him.
It was so small a triumph, yet she found herself overwhelmed and weeping. She began the round again, and four voices joined in a sound Jo believed the angels would have envied.
arr. by John Riggio
Wikipedia has an article about: Many thanks to Susan Pomerantz for playing this tune on piano in the 3rd recording. Widor - ; Illustrations Par M. Plon, Nourrit et Cie, . The image was graphically edited by Lisa Yannucci.
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In the process we came across the tune in classical music. It can be found in the Symphony No. The lyrics I remember are: Easter This year Easter is celebrated on Sunday, April 1. Brother John, Brother John, Morning bells are ringing!
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Morning bells are ringing! This translation preserves the musicality but greatly distorts the meaning: The song concerns a monk's duty to ring the bell for matines. Carson  without finding any evidence for a connection. Martine David and A.
Sheet music collector James Fuld — states that the tune was first published in ,  and that the words and music were published together in Paris in French musicologist Sylvie Bouissou has found some evidence that composer Jean-Philippe Rameau had written the music. It is also simple enough to have spread easily from place to place. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.