Please excuse our bad behavior in choir. I promise that now on it will never happen again.
I’m really sorry for all the bullsh*t I put you through. I try to focus, but I guess I need to try harder. Deepest apologies.
I’m sorry for disrespecting you like that in choir. I’m not really sure how we got so unfocused, but I promise it won’t happen again.
My behavior was bad! but James I want you to know, that it was an act of absent mindedness and was in no way an assault on you or choir. Forgive me and my section.Four teenagersMembers, Trouveres
From the very first sounds of Bill Cunliffe’s compositions, one’s soul becomes deeply calmed. Then begins a gentle transformational journey from feelings of serenity and divine companionship to joyful swaying and praise to tears of release and healing to a newfound confidence that one is empowered to go into the world to make it as beautiful as the music one has just heard. We at All Saints, Pasadena, have been fortunate to receive the singular talents of Bill Cunliffe in our worship. Now, with profound gratitude, we celebrate that others through this recording can benefit from this musical strength for the journey.Rev. Ed BaconRector, All Saints Church
The members of Palomar Chapter wish to thank you and express their thorough enjoyment and appreciation of your October 10 recital at First Lutheran Church, Vista. Your creative and colorful registration, sharp articulation and well balanced program provided stimulating and rewarding listening. Thank you for a superb program and performance. We wish you every success.Robert FryeDean, American Guild of Organists, Palomar Chapter