Hello. I'm Yohanes Pangaribuan from Indonesia, a part-time loops designer.
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It’s Christmas time;
there’s no need to be afraid
At Christmas time,
we let in light and we banish shade. 

And in our world of plenty we can spread a smile of joy
Throw your arms around the world at Christmas time.

But say a prayer to pray for the other ones
At Christmas time It’s hard, but when you’re having fun
There’s a world outside your window
And it’s a world of dread and fear
Where the only water flowing is the bitter sting of tears
And the Christmas bells that ring there
Are the clanging chimes of doom

Well tonight thank God it’s them instead of you

And there won’t be snow in Africa this Christmas time
The greatest gift they’ll get this year is life
Oh, where nothing ever grows, no rain or rivers flow

Do they know it’s Christmas time at all?

Here’s to you, raise a glass for ev’ryone
Here’s to them, underneath that burning sun
Do they know it’s Christmas time at all?

(Feed the world)
Let them know it’s Christmas time again. 
(Feed the world)
Let them know it’s Christmas time again.

Christmas isn’t always about celebrating and partying.
It’s also about t
hanking, giving, and praying.


Let’s welcome this Christmas!  

May the peace of Christmas be with you and them :’)

I wish you a Merry Christmas! 

  • Track: Do They Know It's Christmas
  • Artist: Geldofure
  • Album: In Love With Christmas

One day before the election and there is something fill my mind: a wedding :’)

Imagining my wedding in maybe 10 or 15 years from now on. The decoration, the music, the food, the ceremonial, and also… that someone who will be by my side :’D

So, if you ask me about my theme song for today, here is “Berkatilah” (Please Bless Us) a wedding song in Indonesian language. Enjoy ;)

  • Track: Berkatilah
  • Artist: Unknown
  • Plays: 29
Christianity has so many moment to be celebrated. Started with Christmas, then Good Friday, then Easter, and then Ascension. And today, ten days after Ascension, all Christians over the world celebrate a moment when The Holy Spirit came to the apostles, stayed with them, and gave them power to proclaim The Gospel. That moment is called Pentecost.
I am interested in this Western depiction of Pentecost which is painted by Jean Restout in 1732. Please take a look at the expression of the apostles.
Can you feel the power within that painting?

Christianity has so many moment to be celebrated. Started with Christmas, then Good Friday, then Easter, and then Ascension. And today, ten days after Ascension, all Christians over the world celebrate a moment when The Holy Spirit came to the apostles, stayed with them, and gave them power to proclaim The Gospel. That moment is called Pentecost.

I am interested in this Western depiction of Pentecost which is painted by Jean Restout in 1732. Please take a look at the expression of the apostles.

Can you feel the power within that painting?

Today: Another great historical event in Christianity beliefs: Ascension of Jesus.
Ascension of Jesus was happened in 40 days after Easter. And to celebrate it, all the Christians over the world always hold a day of celebration in the 6th Thursday (always Thursday) after Easter celebration (which is held in the 3rd day after Jesus’ crucifixion).
Here is a painting by Benjamin West which I regard as the most dynamic artwork of Jesus’ ascension to heaven.

Today: Another great historical event in Christianity beliefs: Ascension of Jesus.

Ascension of Jesus was happened in 40 days after Easter. And to celebrate it, all the Christians over the world always hold a day of celebration in the 6th Thursday (always Thursday) after Easter celebration (which is held in the 3rd day after Jesus’ crucifixion).

Here is a painting by Benjamin West which I regard as the most dynamic artwork of Jesus’ ascension to heaven.

Crucifixus II: a choir song by Antonio Pasqualin Lotti, an Italian composer who was born on 5th January 1667 in Venice. Audio file I’ve posted here was sung by Maranatha Choir.

This song is about Jesus’ crucifixion, which was happened on Good Friday, two days before Easter.

So hard to learn the tenor part of this song :’)

  • Track: Crucifixus (A. Lotti)
  • Artist: Maranatha Choir
  • Album: Sample Song for Music Box
  • Plays: 399
Last Supper: one of the most important historical event in Christianity beliefs. It’s held on the day called Maundy Thursday, three days before Easter and just a moment before Jesus’ arrest.
The most historically accurate rendition of the Last Supper is two of Nicholas Poussin’s paintings.
This painting seems to be an earlier rendition, almost a practice. Nevertheless, this as well as the other in Edinborough accurately describes the furniture (tricline) and posture of the Apostles. Tricline is a Roman, squarish U-shaped divan or sofa. On the exterior of all three sides (hence tri) dining guests recline (hence cline). The open side is for servants to serve food, and in this painting the servant is leaving the room on the left side of the room.

Last Supper: one of the most important historical event in Christianity beliefs. It’s held on the day called Maundy Thursday, three days before Easter and just a moment before Jesus’ arrest.

The most historically accurate rendition of the Last Supper is two of Nicholas Poussin’s paintings.

This painting seems to be an earlier rendition, almost a practice. Nevertheless, this as well as the other in Edinborough accurately describes the furniture (tricline) and posture of the Apostles. Tricline is a Roman, squarish U-shaped divan or sofa. On the exterior of all three sides (hence tri) dining guests recline (hence cline). The open side is for servants to serve food, and in this painting the servant is leaving the room on the left side of the room.

A John Ruther’s gratefulness song: All Things Bright and Beautiful.

For me, this is a song for someone who fall in love. A song for someone who feel everything is running so well. Just as when we fall in love ;) 

This song is originally composed for choir. Really hard to find the video or audio file of the choir version which has same quality with Bogoroditsye Dyevo song I posted before.

Bogoroditsye Dyevo: “Ave Maria” song in Russian language by Sergey Rachmaninov.

If you use manually word by word translation, “Dyevo” will be defined as “Hail” and “Bogoroditsye” will be understood as “Virgin” :D

This is a video that have the finest sound of Bogoroditsye Dyevo song I could find in YouTube.

My gratefulness theme song :’) I can sing the tenor :D