Robes/No Robes Revisited
  • I had been thinking that robes were not crucial to a choir, but this video has me thinking otherwise. Make sure to watch the last minute.


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  • donr
    Posts: 970
    Don't ever do that to me again
  • chonakchonak
    Posts: 8,935
    That thing is six years old. Zzzz.
  • hartleymartin
    Posts: 1,447
    When I'm playing the organ up in the gallery, I often do it dis-robed. :-P
  • CharlesW
    Posts: 11,715
    Since our loft is twenty feet higher than the main floor, we have a constant year-round temperature - hot! The air conditioning system is ancient and noisy. We have to turn it off in the loft to hear over the blowers. I have threatened to have a naked choir one of these Sunday mornings. LOL. No robes. It would be unbearable.
  • BruceL
    Posts: 1,067
    We break in the summer partially due to temps. The gallery is (with the a/c on since last night's anticipated Mass) 86 degrees this morning, with the top of the organ case (about another 25 feet higher) at 90+!
  • [the air conditioning was broken in a parish one Sunday]

    Think this is hot? Hell lasts for ever. Amen.
  • matthewjmatthewj
    Posts: 2,679
    We have a mixed female/male voice choir, so cassock and surplice is not an option for us.. but I do like a uniform-looking choir, so we just wear all black.