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1937Re: music arrangement question

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  • scadianbluemusician
    Sep 16 5:58 PM
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      A rainy afternoon can be a dangerous time for a curious mind - this all started out as a search for a (free) look at the orchestration of Ravel's Bolero...

      Sheetmusicplus.com was one music company I'd stumbled across. they had a bunch of music (to buy) when SAB and renaissance were used as search criteria. I don't know how many of them were modern arrangements, though. en.scorser linked to a Dutch site with a (free) de Lassus piece written in SAB clefs- In short I don't envy you. there's a lot to dig through and decide on. Happy Hunting, Sapphira

      --- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, "jonisyngs@..." <JoniSyngs@...> wrote:
      > Hello Saphira!
      > I'm still working on my repertoire list, and some of the pieces I am considering are three-part. That is indeed a concern. Thank you for bringing it up!
      > Siri
      > From my Android phone on T-Mobile. The first nationwide 4G network.
      > ----- Reply message -----
      > From: "scadianbluemusician" <blue_white_figleaf@...>
      > To: <KWChoir@yahoogroups.com>
      > Subject: [KWChoir] music arrangement question
      > Date: Sat, Sep 15, 2012 9:47 pm
      > Just curious, but has the KW Choir (or any other groups out there) ever performed music arranged for SAB rather than SATB? The unfortunate lack of male voices seems to be a chronic problem, leading to treble heavy performances. Then the male voices are further diluted by the standard tenor/bass split. I wondered if anyone had ever done SAB arrangement and whether it worked to help the balance. Thanks, Sapphira
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