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The co-founders of the Washington Symphonic Brass, the late Milton Stevens and Phil Snedecor, have generously provided the music for this website.
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Karitas Habundat in Omnia (Charity abounds toward all) by Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) arranged by Phil Snedecor performed by Washington Symphonic Brass Hornists Amy Horn and Kristin Davidson and Organist William Neil.

Hildegard von Bingen, the 12th century German abbes, composer, mystic, poet, and visionary, lived to an uncommon 81 years of age before her death in 1179. She composed "Karitas Habundat in Omnia" (Charity abounds toward all) as a highly melismatic antiphon on the subject of Divine Love. This arrangement, written simply for organ and two solo horns (performed by Amy Horn and Kristin Davidson), preserves an introspective and reflective mood.
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KH Art Framing: proudly serving Arlington Virginia, DC and Maryland for 28+ Years. We provide consistent high quality Custom Framing, Digital Photo Processing, Art and Art Consulting services for a variety of Clients.

We are a Family Owned Small Business. All Work Performed On-site, Excellent Customer Service, Quality Products and Workmanship, Museum Quality Framing, Thousands of Frames, Hundreds In-stock, Rapid Turn-around, Same Day Service.

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4745 Lee Highway
Arlington, VA 22207
Phone - (703) 525-6132
Fax - (571) 970-6909


The site of Paradise Springs Winery lies on 36 acres nestled in the quiet corner of Clifton, VA on the edge of Fairfax County. The property borders Hemlock Regional Park with the Bull Run River flowing only steps through the woods.

Originally, the property was part of a one-thousand acre land grant from Lord Fairfax in 1716 to the family’s direct ancestors and has been passed down through the generations since. Several hundred acres still remain in the family today.

Paradise Springs Winery of Clifton
13219 Yates Ford Road
Clifton, VA 20124
Phone - 703-830-WINE (9463)


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