Monthly Archives: September 2013

What goes into singing on pitch

An interesting article that relates to singing on pitch.  It includes support for the idea of hearing the pitch before you sing it. http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/352997/description/The_Tune_Wreckers -Ted S.

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Tonight’s rehearsal 9/10/13

SANCTUS AND BENEDICTUS — The feel is 3 with subdivision of 3. However, throughout this movement we have hemiola (the feel of 2 in the voices against the subdivision, or feel, of 3 in the accompaniment).  What a fun challenge!! … Continue reading

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Tonight’s rehearsal (9/3)

I’m so happy to report we completed learning the Gloria of the Rutter’s Mass! We worked from p. 21-end; then p. 17-18 (watch the rhythmic pattern at J – think 1-2, 1-2, 1-2-3; also watch m. 100 where there is … Continue reading

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