Great work once again. Although we won’t be starting on the more traditional carols until next month, can I suggest that any long standing altos, tenors and basses that have the 2017 carol booklets should look them out as this will save enormously on printing costs? Next week, as well as working on our programme for 22 November, we’ll be making a start on the Cherry Tree Carol, so you might like to follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYaFGSG_x80
Joan Baez ~ THE CHERRY TREE CAROL ~ "All collected versions of this most popular of the traditional Christmas carols contain additional verses telling of the birth ...
We now have three Christmas performances in close succession – see below. I hope you don’t feel that we are over doing things. The one on 1st December will include a number of featured carols, but those on 2nd and 3rd will just be well-known carols for everyone to join in. Should be fun!
Next week we will probably be looking at: Hosanna; Suo Gan; Things; Cherubim Song, Cherry Tree Carol, Breton Carol (Come, Descend) and Stille der Nacht
COMING CHOIR EVENTS
Thursday 22 November Concert at St Mary’s School (Shaftesbury). 7.00 p.m We will be singing four songs (Suo Gan; Things; Cherubim Song; Stille der Nacht) and, for those that wish to, joining other performers for a rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus (see below). Tickets (£10 for audience members) from Helen Jupp (Tel: 01747 850272; Mob: 07870 975224; e-mail: email@example.com) Poster attached. Please print off if you can and spread the word of course.
Saturday 1 December Singing for Westminster Memorial Hospital (Shaftesbury) at the Quaker Meeting House. 10.45 (I expect). More details later.
Sunday 2 December Singing for Motcombe Primary School PTA 10.45 Motcombe Village Hall. More details later.
Monday 3 December Late Night Shopping. We have been asked to lead the singing outside the Town Hall from about 6.20 to shortly before 7.00 p.m. More details later.
HALLELUJAH CHORUS (for 22nd November)
The programme for the concert we’re taking part in on Thursday 22 November includes a performance of the Hallelujah chorus which is to be performed by St Edward’s Choir and friends. If you would like to be included amongst their “friends” then you might like to download the sheet music attachment. If you need help with learning your part, then the following Youtube links will be useful:
Soprano-emphasized practice track to help you learn to sing the Hallelujah Chorus by G.F. Handel. The left channel has all parts in the background, and the soprano ...
Sunday 28 October Come-and-Sing Faure Requiem. Buckhorn Weston. See earlier flyer.
Friday 9 November “Only Remembered” Gillingham Arts Workshop Gillingham Library 5.30 p.m. See last week’s flyer
Saturday 17 November Spectra Musica. Wincanton. See last week’s flyer.
… also …
Variety Show at Shaftesbury Arts Centre. See attached flyer.
Saturday 8 December Salisbury Symphony Orchestra. See earlier flyer.