Re: Estrella Known World Choir
- Hope everyone made it home safely. Flooding on I-5 just north of the
Tejon Ranch exit in the Grapevine put me a few hours behind schedule,
but other than that, the trip was uneventful. Now I just have to deal
with the laundry. ;->
--- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, "Donald F. Harrington"
> In retrospect, I liked the multiple performances though. After allScheduling multiple practice sessions worked very well. Thank you for
> that work, it made for a bigger payoff.
taking so much time out of your war to do that. There were enough to
choose from that I could fit things into my day and still get some
swot time on a lot of new music.
> [Snipped] We presented 5 tunes - Pastime With Good Company, Ce Moys"Ce Moys de May" is FUN! I'm bogarting this one for my one of my
> de May (a surprise hit),
"singalong for beginners" classes. The top line is easy enough I can
teach it by rote to people who don't read notation - and I think I
might even be able to whip up an English transliteration that would
adapt for the children's songbook project I keep shoving to the back
Thank you so much, everybody. I had a blast! And if I'm at Estrella
next year, count me in.
Jehanne de Wodeford, Province of the Mists, West
- I'm really sorry that I couldn't make it. I couldn't fit in 2
practices, and my obligations to take people to the airport were
during performance times, so I couldn't even go and watch. Next
time, I'll plan better.