- Yes please!Message 1 of 6 , Jul 12, 2013View SourceYes please!
On Jul 12, 2013, at 11:00 AM, Tim Thomas <ChoirPower@...> wrote:Thanks, Arianna!If people would find them useful, I can take the sung-learning videos from YouTube and turn them into .mp3 audio files for downloading onto your personal mp3 players. Please let me know if you would find this useful, and I'll get right on it.Cailin
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On Jul 12, 2013, at 9:41 AM, Karen Kasper <arianna_wyn@...> wrote:Also, if you prefer MP3 files that you can download onto a player, I have posted instrumental learning tracks for Sicut Cervus on the new Yahoo Group site that Master Robyn just created. http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/KWChoir42/Arianna of Wynthrope
From: cailin_mac_aindreis <ChoirPower@...>
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 9:00 AM
Subject: [KWChoir] Repost: Sicut Cervus learning tracks on YouTube
Good morrow, gentles all -
I'm taking the liberty of reposting Lady Siri's message from the end of May with links to learning tracks for Sicut Cervus that are available on YouTube. Take look and listen - I believe they can be very helpful.
Yours in service,
Cailin mac Aindreis
Sicut Cervus is one of my favorite Palestrina pieces. I sang it with Cantata
Academy of Detroit in Italy and Croatia a few years back, and it is always a
crowd (as well as singer!) pleaser.
Here are some Youtube videos which can serve as learning tracks (but more are
forthcoming). My favorite videos (which were sung tracks) were taken down by
the owner, and I did not get a clear answer as to why. Regardless, they are no
longer available. These have a "pleasant-to-listen-to" midi of all four voices
with the "main" voice highlighted. On the video is the sheet music. These
videos are in the key we will be performing in, A-flat. I will also be
converting the audio to mp3 and posting them in the files section. Please
ignore the ritardando in measures 21-26.
Posting pronunciation soon . . . .