2098RE: [KWChoir] duets?
- Feb 15, 2014
When I was a part of a small choir, we did a lot of duets – some of them much more difficult than others.
You haven’t mentioned the skill level, so I have included them all, with my personal assessment.
Ad Cantus Laeticiae, Piae Cantiones – very easy, once you get past the start
Ah Robyn, William Cornish – easy
Dieus Soit, Adam de la Halle – moderately difficult
Edi Beo Thu Hevene, 14th century – easy, except for pronunciation
Fire and Lightning, Thomas Morley – difficult
Green Growth The Holly, Attributed to Henry VIII – moderately easy, the version I have is for 3 parts, but I’ve heard it done beautifully with 2
Hey Ho To The Greenwood, David Melvill – easy, a round in 2 or 3 parts
Non Nobis, William Byrd – easy, a round in 3 parts, which sounds OK in 2
Pastime With Good Company, Attributed to Henry VIII – easy, can be sung with 1, 2 or 3 parts
Since I don’t read sheet music, I learned by MIDI, which I can send you, if you like.
You good gentles are worthy of my utmost praise!!! Thanks to all who have sent information and encouraging responses. And now Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; or close up the internet with our musical quests... well sort of ;)
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