Commemorating Remembrance Day on the 100th anniversary of the end of
The Great War (which was what it was called before WW II).
➡️ Tonight we go to church (and start at 12am).
➡️ Here's how it went down. Every year I go to a Cenotaph in my
neighourhood to commemorate Remembrance Day. It is the oldest Cenotaph
in the city. Usually a few folks show up, a fellow plays 'Last Post'
over the radio of his van, we observe a minute of silence.
Afterwards, I was chatting with the only person in uniform and he told
me that there was a concert at 3pm with the theme 'Music of 1918'.
How could I resist not recording something like this!
The concert was held at Church of the Epiphany and it was more than
just music. There was also commentary, readings and, yes, some prayer.
➡ The rest of this long show will be devoted to music and spoken word
along the theme of war.