…in the Friends Meeting House. See you then.
Category Archives: rehearsal
Just go to the members’ area – type in username and password and listen and/or download the demo audio files of Helen Chadwick’s ‘Illa Lucem Extendebat’ and Jonathan Baker’s piece ‘Into Dusk Into Day’. There’s more to follow. One more thing, you’ll need a Flash-enabled device as no iPods or iPads will do it…
Orlando Gough’s “All Shall Be Well” sounded really good and we still have two parts to add – it will be ‘luminous’…
Here are some photos of the Coast Choir we’re running on the North Norfolk coast each Monday evening. Annie Edwards’s pictures manage to make the Cromer Community Centre look almost exotic…
The order for the programme on the 3rd at St John’s Catholic Cathedral will be as follows:
1st half – Human Music
2nd half – The Voice Project Choir with Human Music, Andy Sheppard (sax) and Adrian Lever (keyboard)
A Crowded Catacomb of a Ceiling
I Saw No Way (378)
Glossolalia Part 3
Star Bird & Autumn
Who Crouches In the Aisles
Darest Thou Now O Soul
The rehearsal last night in the Small Meeting House sounded really good (even if we were a little cramped). Obviously there are corners which need looking at but we’ve got time. If there are any parts of the music which you feel need revision, then please do your best to look over them with the help of the materials on the members’ area of the website: here.
We’ve made recordings of the separated alto parts of Glossolalia for you to listen to here. It was a bit confusing before when the two parts were mixed together. We’ve deleted the previous alto version. You’ll find these new recordings as 1 and 2 of the recording list. If you have problem accessing them through the Voice Project website, you can find them on the internet here. (Scroll down for it – the Alto parts are 51 & 52)
We’ve revamped the recordings and scores of this piece to simplify this and make it easier to sing. The piece will start with the small ensemble, Human Music singing though the piece. Andy Sheppard will improvise. The choir will come in as indicated by the new score – each part singing 14 bars which will repeat a number of times.
The recordings are up already here the score will be very soon.
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