CHRISTMAS MUSIC FROM GARRY’S BROTHER ANTON ARMSTRONG

So about Christmas music, Garry has a younger brother. Anton aka “The Professor” who is a seriously big deal in the choral music world.

Merry Christmas!



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  1. Interesting interview. He seems very personable, besides musical, which I’m sure he needs to be to be a successful conductor – you have to reach the people in the choir. It seems like Garry’s family are great communicators. He never said if he regretted missing the Moody Blues, though. If I could have seen the MB in 69 or 70 and missed it, I would have regretted it! (I saw them in the 80s, but that wasn’t the same…) Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Such an interesting interview.

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  3. Anton appears to have a very gentle soul. I enjoyed the music and his interview. πŸ˜€

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    • He has a very gentle soul, but also extremely stubborn. It’s a great combination for work; somewhat rougher in a familial setting. But the thing is, Garry is so incredibly proud of him and the work he has done and is doing, in the end, neither of his brothers can really do any wrong. They may not always get along perfectly, but there is a bond of love between them that is forever.

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  4. This was wonderful, Marilyn. I could listen to Garry’s brother talk…..what a lovely voice he has. He must have stories to tell. He spoke with a certain glint in his eye….you know what I mean? I really enjoyed this.

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  5. Going to listen to this later when I won’t be disturbing others. Interestingly, the St Olaf choir concert was to be broadcast on our local classical station last night. And as I heard the announcement, with Anton Armstrong conducting, I thought of you and Garry. oh, I “know” them. Fun!

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  6. This moves me to tears… wonderful encounter. Great family.
    Happy Christmas to you all. Love from across many waters, large and small.
    Kiki

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  7. So wonderful, having a chance to “meet” Garry’s brother!

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