Thanks to everyone who sent in goodies this week!
We are looking forward to our November and December performances! We are counting on you to attend all mandatory rehearsals and concerts. Please stay on top of your calendar.
Home practice and rehearsal preparation for Nov. 7-8 rehearsals and Nov. 9 Cantare performance
Secure counting and notes on pages 8-12 in “I Hear America Singing” and finish memorizing.
Secure memory for "Kekeli," "All Praise to God" and "Hashivenu."
Practice Psalm solos with good trumpet bell mouths Matilde (verses 1-2) and Sophie (verses 3-4)
Review hymns, descants and service music for Nov. 22.
Review and secure notes and rhythms on "Gavotte."
Next Cantare performance Wednesday, Nov. 9, 4:30 p.m. performance for CultureWorks Board meeting, Westover Hills United Methodist Church 1705 Westover Hills Blvd
Arrive at the church by 3:30 p.m. and go to the sanctuary. You should have received at Monday's rehearsal an early dismissal permission slip to give to your school for Wednesday, Nov. 9.
All music to be sung from memory (16 min. of music) Cantare - Let's Say Hello 2min, Kekeli 1:30min, Magnificat 1st mvt. 2:30min, Personet Hodie 2min, Pro Arte - Adam Lay Ybounden 2:15min, Cavalieri - Lina Avatárá 4:30min, We Wish You a Joyful Holiday 1 min
Cantare Choir - Rehearsal Nov. 7
Know all music for Nov. 9 performance from memory. (See above.)
Know your part in Hodie Christus natus est, and O Magnum Mysterium
Learn your part in "A Winter's Night"
Joyful Holiday: Altos sing part marked Mezzo. Tenors sing part marked Alto. Basses sing Baritone.
Look at solo parts in Pergolesi Magnificat and consider auditioning for one or two.
Cavalieri Choir -
Memorize Lina Avatara
Pro Arte Choir -
Memorize Adam Lay Ybounden.
Thank you and congratulations to Meaghan Nuckols for learning the first verse of "Once in Royal David's City" treble solo to be sung at the December concerts!
Learn "I Hear America Singing."
Keep "Hello Songs" in your memory.
Secure notes on all of "Travellers' Tales." Give special attention to verse 2!
Review words and melody in "Kekeli Tso Kekeli Me" and "Peta kupa"