La Sirena, Laudate nomen domini, and a few others.
Entries in the Ildhafn journal of Music
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An excellent start to Wednesday night singing for 2014.
What we will be working on in 2014 on Wednesday nights.
Current set of sheet-music for the CF ball.
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We had an excellent final practise for the year, with a quartet of us warming up then working pretty solidly on a couple of pieces.
Four of us for singing today, and as Katherina Weyssin has been studying up on dynamics of the time, we got to make a start on introducing these into our singing.
Just a trio of us today, but certainly an industrious trio - we put in some solid work, and produced some nice harmonies.
Just a few of us in attendance today, but a good practice with the challenge of learning some new verses for one of our favourite rounds, and starting to work on a completely new song as well!
With a few of our regulars away today, singing was a little quieter than normal - but still mostly melodious.
A decent practise with a lot of things sounding really quite nice today. It's getting easier to find notes off one note as well.
We had a few more people back again today, making a fuller group. We got through some of our favourites, did a little work on a few pieces, and tried something new.
Today we had an out-of-towner join us (although really, she's one of our own): Mistress Amalie von Brisache. A smaller group than normal singing, however, we had a fantastic afternoon.
A somewhat quieter singing practice, with a few somewhat scratchy voices - but productive and with some nice sounds nevertheless.
It was really good to get back to singing today, after a break of several weeks.
Rehearsals are marked blue. Feel free to use the chapel for other rehearsals.
With The Bloth impending, we took the opportunity to rehearse a little. Most items were practised and then revisited, and we also arrayed ourselves as we would for an audience.
We opened with the classic Jubilate Deo - as usual, starting in unison and then splitting into five parts.
As is currently tradition, we opened the practice with a few decent rounds of Jubilate Deo.
Another fantastic crowd of nine at singing today!