Hopefully many more of you will see this post this week and communication through these posts will be seamless (“Dream on” I hear you say!)
Anyway well done last week. that was great progress we made on Paper Moon and a nice start on a Rose is a Rose.
This week we will go back to looking at Oculus and do more work on Adio Querida. Audio learning files will start appearing on Friday when I finally catch my breath.
I also promised I would let you know about the concert on Thursday with my Bristol close harmony group Brave Colour Nature. We are appearing at El Rincon this Thursday evening between 7.30 and 9.30 pm.
All details are viewable here.
Will be lovely to see some of you there.
Meanwhile look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday!
Here is my first attempt at posting you in this manner. Hopefully it will soon become a cornucopia of contentment.
So first of all well done last week for all your fine singing, it normally takes a while to re-establish learning methods after a couple of months away but you were right on it, making headway and beautiful sounds from the start.
As I said we have some gorgeous music to sing together this term and as is my way we wont even mention the C word until after half term when we will start to generate repertoire for the hospital event in December.
So to show you some of the advantages of this blog here should be a lovely version of Paper Moon for you to enjoy! This is the one I grew up with and its a corker.
I will record the learning files for this later this week (probably after our session on wednesday) : so check in from time to time. In fact I will let you know with a second blog post when this is done.
Finally here is a nice version of the Ladino song we started looking at last time: (that Verdi borrowed the melody of…)