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Old 01-12-2019, 10:31 PM
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Up in Northwest Iowa last spring, a high school from that area, along with a few other high schools from all over the country gave such a wonderful concert. They ended the concert with such an inspirational arrangement of the hymn, We Believe, this version being arranged by Dan Forrest. Here's a video of it below.


I'm having difficulty figuring out though whether the response the audience gave at the end sounded enthusiastic, or if it sounded tepid and lackluster, mainly because of how you can't see the audience in the video. To be clear, I'm asking you all to help me in determining how the audience responded as when I discussed this on another discussion forum, folks misinterpreted this as me believing that the response was tepid.

I really hope the response was enthusiastic.
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