Amazing Grace

by Steve Ray on December 10, 2008

This is a very beautiful production and moving rendition of Amazing Grace. I especially like the bagpipes and the setting — which looks like the Colloseum in Rome. It starts out slow but really gains momento and decibels once these guys get going. Click here and enjoy!

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Melissa Spence December 10, 2008 at 10:22 PM

Those group of guys do have beautiful voices. I love Leanne Rimes’ rendition of Amazing Grace, here you can listen to her and see the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1YemlMru6s it appears to be filmed in a Catholic church. :-)

Howard December 18, 2008 at 9:32 PM

Sorry, but I’ve heard AMAZING GRACE on bagpipes all I want for a lifetime. Give me jigs, reels, marches and other traditional bagpipe music. Amazing Grace renditions on bagpipes not only rubs me the same way as THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY on a Stradivarius, but the context has too often been one where some mourning spirituality, never to be confused with real religion, is intended: like the friend who offers to “keep you in my thoughts” when you have asked for PRAYERS — fat lot of good the thoughts will do!

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