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I am looking for piece similar to Byrd’s Haec Dies or Hassler’s Verbum Caro Factum Est for large (80 voice) capable high school choir. I have very strong men, decent altos, and a weak soprano section. Anyone have any suggestions?
December 28, 2009 Members present: Frank Albinder, Ian Bullen, Philip Copeland, James Feiszli (chair), Dean Ekberg, Tom Tropp I. The final merger outline, previously circulated via email, was reviewed for final approval. The following issues were discussed. a. Is there still a need for a ChoralNet Board if it simply becomes a subcommittee […]
My volunteer choir currently consists of 3 sop. 3 alti, 1 very elderly bass and 1 tenor who can sing occasionally. Most are good readers (except the bass, who really has difficulty learning anything new). I have been working with them many years and they can sing beautifully in unison. I welcome any suggestions for selections […]
Where may I find job descriptions for Music Director, Choir Director, Administrative Assistant? Are there any on here?
For almost 40 years, the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra, a regional professional orchestra, has had a cooperative relationship with the Dubuque Chorale. The Chorale performs twice annually with the orchestra. In December, the Chorale sings three “Holiday Pops” concerts on the Symphony’s season. In the spring, the two organizations combine forces to perform a major choral/orchestral […]
If any of you who are involved in church programs could respond to me, ether privately, or in the forum, with the percentage of members attending any particular service that are participating in the special music (i.e., as choir members, bell groups, orchestra members or soloists), I would be very appreciative. I think I recall […]
Hi, I’m looking for ideas for a spring program for my church choir. We usually present an Easter cantata the week before or after Easter but this year our program will be in May instead. Do you know of any non-Easter satb cantatas? Or do any of you have ideas for a program with Scripture […]
I’m interested in this lovely piece but am wondering if it can be performed with organ instead of chamber orchestra. Our space and resources are limited but our organ and organist are exceptional.
So I have a situation: I am in my second year as the Middle School Youth Choir Director at my church and it is still in its beginning stages. The problem is that I only have two (about to have four) in my choir/ensemble/etc. I would at least like 8 to 10 singers in this […]
You could see the last Enrico Imbalzano’s video on Paolo Ugoletti’s Five great trees of Ireland for male voices performed by Coenobium Vocale, Maria Dal Bianco director, on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GndJEOCnCzg I hope you’ll enjoy the video Paolo