membres du chœur
Association 1901: Place Joseph-Touriol 46250 Cazals
Chers rossignols, J’esp
Really sorry I can’t be there for the first session on Monday but would love to continue with the choir as I enjoyed it so much this spring. May I dare to make a few suggestions of songs for Christmas? I’m not an expert on copyright or adaptation for choirs but I offer these for your consideration. The Cowboy Carol is light and different and while playing to the strengths of different singers need not be taken too seriously! http://www.christmas-songs.org/songs/cowboy_carol.html The Twelve Days of Christmas (trad.) can be done with actions…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab8hTa2HQhE The Spinners used to do it with one man dressed as a fairy doing all the actions and the rest of the group singing slower or faster to make his job harder! It was pantomime funny….. On the serious side, I remember fondly taking part in a scratch one day rehearsal and performance of the Nativity parts of Handel’s Messiah, which are attractive, relevant and accessible to inexperienced singers, with solos for good voices. We did 4,8,9,12,14,15,16,17,20 of the list here….. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messiah_Part_I Just some ideas. Have a lovely time on Monday.
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