Carol Nackenoff Singing

At minute 37:33 a ballet dancer appears in Swarthmore’s Sunday Services.  Carol’s voice is low for soprano.  The whole service was pulled together virtually by they music director.  This is inspiring.
In these trying time, singing, as Carol, does not only strengths her lungs giving them the plasticity or strength to fight off the COVID-19.  Whats more you can put a beautiful vision to the music to inspire us all.
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Professor Ruth O'Brien, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York (CUNY) & Honorary Unaffiliated Academic Book Series Editor for The Public Square, Princeton University Press & Heretical Thought, Oxford University Press, USA Last book: Out of Many, One: Obama & the Third American Political Tradition (U of Chicago 2013). Nickname: Professorette by Rush Limbaugh (see http://www.gc.cuny.edu/Faculty/Core-Bios/Ruth-O-Brien)

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