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An African Alleluia with some funky, gospel rhythms.

Hey, watch those syncopated rhythms, everybody!  It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. And to make it even cooler still we’re going to be giving out percussion instruments to 3 of you because this thing has … Continue reading

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Handel’s Hallelujah chorus arranged for SAB

Well, it’s more pages than usual but it will all be worth it when you experience singing it.  Yes, I miss the tenor part but then, I’m a bit biased.  That’s life in LVW! 😉 Much of it will feel … Continue reading

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Placido é il mar from Mozart’s opera, Idomeneo.

The beautiful Placido é il mar from Mozart’s opera, Idomeneo.  Keep the breath steady and supported, clear consonants and long vowels.         Placido é il mar – 3 Parts Audio Placido é il mar – Soprano Audio … Continue reading

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Sine Nomine – A Vaughan Williams festival piece

Welcome back, everyone! And a special welcome to any newbies coming aboard.  We’re beginning with a lovely arrangement of the Sine Nomine arranged by Vaughan Williams. Here are the parts for those of you who wish to get in a … Continue reading

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Strike It Up, Tabor by Thomas Weelkes

Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623) was an English composer and organist at Chichester Cathedral. He wrote mostly vocal music, including many madrigals. The Oxford Book of English Madrigals has more songs by Weelkes than any other composer. For a church organist he … Continue reading

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Singing in the Rain!

Hi Gang, We have here a fun arrangement of Singing in the Rain, written by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed.  Remember when you’re learning this that the quavers are sung in a swing rhythm––not as straight quavers.  Listen to … Continue reading

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