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Re: [UK-acappella] Want to start a Gospel Acappella Group

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  • Tom Digby
    Emily Congratulations – and when you get home look us up. We are the only society in the UK which is trying to support contemporary a cappella, in all
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 30, 2011
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      Emily
       
      Congratulations – and when you get home look us up. We are the only society in the UK which is trying to support contemporary a cappella, in all singing styles. We want to build a directory of arrangers on our website and it sounds like you’d find us your cup of tea too! And if the potential new group gets off the ground, do think about joining us.
       
      Tom Digby
      Secretary to the NEC
      Sing A Cappella!
      www.singacappella.org 
       
      Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:14 AM
      Subject: Re: [UK-acappella] Want to start a Gospel Acappella Group
       
       

      This is my cup of tea entirely. I am an avid fan of take 6 and also the king singers (a more traditional english approach) I just recieved an MA from LCM specialising in a cappella vocal arrangement. I have started to arrange 'so cool' by take 6 and have many other arrangements for 3-10 part vocals. I am currently on tour around america, but I would love to give you some of my arrangements or come along and watch you rehearse/perform? I am based in brentwood.
       

      From: anthony <shawanthon@...>
      To: UK-acappella@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, 27 September 2011, 9:45
      Subject: [UK-acappella] Want to start a Gospel Acappella Group

       
      Hi all acappella singers out there. My name is Anthony and im based in Romford Essex. I used to sing in an acappella gospel group in jamaica which was a Take 6 style of singing. I used to sing bass and sometimes baritone. The ideal group would be six members but all are invited once your interested. Parts of interest would be first and second tenor,lead and baritone. Just email me with your interest and I will get back to you.



    • Emily Lynn
      Excellent, please send me the link to your website/YouTube Sent from my iPad ... Excellent, please send me the link to your website/YouTube Sent from my iPad
      Message 2 of 4 , Oct 7, 2011
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        Excellent, please send me the link to your website/YouTube

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        On 30 Sep 2011, at 12:32, "Tom Digby" <tomdigby@...> wrote:

         

        Emily
         
        Congratulations – and when you get home look us up. We are the only society in the UK which is trying to support contemporary a cappella, in all singing styles. We want to build a directory of arrangers on our website and it sounds like you’d find us your cup of tea too! And if the potential new group gets off the ground, do think about joining us.
         
        Tom Digby
        Secretary to the NEC
        Sing A Cappella!
        www.singacappella.org 
         
        Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:14 AM
        Subject: Re: [UK-acappella] Want to start a Gospel Acappella Group
         
         

        This is my cup of tea entirely. I am an avid fan of take 6 and also the king singers (a more traditional english approach) I just recieved an MA from LCM specialising in a cappella vocal arrangement. I have started to arrange 'so cool' by take 6 and have many other arrangements for 3-10 part vocals. I am currently on tour around america, but I would love to give you some of my arrangements or come along and watch you rehearse/perform? I am based in brentwood.
         

        From: anthony <shawanthon@...>
        To: UK-acappella@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tuesday, 27 September 2011, 9:45
        Subject: [UK-acappella] Want to start a Gospel Acappella Group

         
        Hi all acappella singers out there. My name is Anthony and im based in Romford Essex. I used to sing in an acappella gospel group in jamaica which was a Take 6 style of singing. I used to sing bass and sometimes baritone. The ideal group would be six members but all are invited once your interested. Parts of interest would be first and second tenor,lead and baritone. Just email me with your interest and I will get back to you.



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