I m sure he ll have them up as soon as he can. Robin has made splendid learning tracks before. :) TegwenMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 20, 2012View SourceI'm sure he'll have them up as soon as he can. Robin has made splendid learning tracks before. :)TegwenOn Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 7:34 PM, Krege, Barbara B <krege@...> wrote:
Yes, please MP3s for me too. I don't know anything about midis and will be traveling on a bus for about 2 weeks before Pennsic to about 4 different cities, and use my MP3 player to help me in learning the songs, since I don't sight read.
From: KWChoir@yahoogroups.com [KWChoir@yahoogroups.com] on behalf of bianca_di_alessandro [rugrat0ne@...]
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 4:37 PM
Subject: [KWChoir] Re: Music for this summer
MP3s would be most helpful, if you can do it. That way I can listen in the car and such.
--- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, "Dave" <dsrubin2004@...> wrote:
> As Siri discovered, I uploaded sheet music for the first three songs for this summer:
> If Ye Love Me (Tallis)
> Sumer is icumin in
> The Echo Song (Lassus) - we are singing the Chorus 1 part
> I have also uploaded midi files of a complete mix for each, as well as part predominant tracks. Work has begun on the sung learning tracks, but as you remember from a couple of years ago, those take longer.
> If you prefer MP3 format instead of midi (you can play MP3's on your iPod or on a CD in your car), they are relatively easy to convert and upload. But then they will be much larger. Let me know....
> Look in the 'files' section under Pennsic 41.
> The next song choice is most likely "Sing We and Chant It". While I know many of you have done that one to death, many have not. And I, for one, have never done it in a 50-60 person choir - which will be very interesting! (Maybe even some antiphonal oppotunities?) Plus it should come together quickly since so many of you are already familiar with it.
> That leaves Eliane's piece as a guest conductor (of which I understand she is very close to making her final selection), and 2-3 more pieces form me - most likely pretty solid polyphonic pieces. Stay tuned! (no pun intended).
> Finally - watch for links to interesting performances (usually YouTube) that will help you get a feel for how we will want to perform a piece. Don't you love using modern technology to help us perform centuries old music? :-)
> --- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, "jonisyngs" <JoniSyngs@> wrote:
> > Do you want Recorder accompaniment for any of these (particularly the Pes part for Sumer is icumen in)? I play Soprano, Alto and Tenor. I also have a Bass, but my hands aren't large enough to play it well. I can supply instruments.
> > Siri Toivosdotter
> > (Jo-Ann Sheffer)