26th March 2019
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Wishing you all a peaceful and happy Christmas (video)

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Enjoy this beautiful rendition of ‘Silent Night’ by Bella’s Lasses – a choir from Shetland’s past.

Please note our offices close today at 2pm and will re-open on Wednesday at 10.30am.

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Hi Lasses, Iris had some of our songs transferred to 'wave format' from an original old tape… 'Silent Night' is a particular favourite of mine, so just thought I would let you all have a listen… June.

Posted by June Wylie on Sunday, 23 December 2018

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7 comments

  1. Ronald Young

    Nice to hear Silent Night – especially on the 200th “Birthday” of “Stille Nacht” 🙂

    All the best for a safe Christmas and a good 2019

    Ron (Sooth Moother from Derbyshire)

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  2. George Dickson

    There’s a lot more chance of the wee Trow’s being hard at it than Christmas having any reality about it.

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  3. William Barker

    A thing of beauty and always a pleasure to behold

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  4. George Dickson

    This year, yet again, I didn’t get a Christmas (video). Not only that but Santa never stopped by, even though the pillow cover was out to collect the toys in.

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  5. leslie sinclair

    Great!

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  6. David Spence

    Music, in all its forms, is beautiful to listen too. It is what shapes and carves the society we live in. Long may the sound of music and singing last and last.

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  7. louise smith

    Lovely. Would love to know everyone’s names. One or two I can remember.

    Reply

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