alloGreetings, I currently sing with my local Barony choir and the Northshield Choir. I have been singing in various SCA groups for about the last 25 years. IMessage 1 of 10 , Jun 20, 2004View Source
'alloGreetings, I currently sing with my local Barony choir and the Northshield Choir. I have been singing in various SCA groups for about the last 25 years. I was twice Queen of the Middle Kingdom but now I sing and cook and shop and keep track of my 2 teenage children. I camp with Duke Talymar and Mistress Melisande next to the Mid-Realm royal encampment. I am excited to be singing with the Known World Choir--music is my true delight.0Myfanwy
ok I knew that I was not womanly enough to sing that high part Catherine ... _________________________________________________________________ FREE pop-upMessage 1 of 10 , Jun 21, 2004View Sourceok I knew that I was not womanly enough to sing that high part
>From: "Kim Jordan" <kmj1@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [KWChoir] Re: Introductions and directions
>Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 01:25:22 -0000
>The alto line in Ave Maria is actually an octave below what is written
>in the PDF, although it isn't annotated there. I have another copy of
>the piece where this is clear. The alto MIDI file is in the correct
>Please don't strain your voice!! :)
>--- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, "Catherine Sayre"
> > Continuing to look at the music. I love to sing in Latin. On the Ave
> > Maria, the alto line seems rather high. (I think I strained something
> > trying to sing it this morning.) Could the alto and soprano lines be
> > switched?
> > Catherine
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So I am... Much thanks! I¹ll start pluking away! V ... Re: [KWChoir] Re: allo So I am... Much thanks! Ill start pluking away! V On 6/20/04 9:36 PM, KimMessage 1 of 10 , Jun 21, 2004View Source
Re: [KWChoir] Re: 'alloSo I am... Much thanks! I’ll start pluking away!
On 6/20/04 9:36 PM, "Kim Jordan" <kmj1@...> wrote:
The choir web page is here:
There is a link to "Parts" where you can look up your part assignments
for each piece; you're in there, so take a look!