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Do you sing in a choir?

This is the place for readers of poetry. Discuss poetry and literary art. You can also discuss music here, including lyrics. Also, you can discuss poets themselves, in addition to poetry.

Re: Do you sing in a choir?

Post Number:#46 by one4hymn
» 19 Nov 2016, 00:42

I have sung in choir virtually all of my life. I, too, am an alto not because I have a low voice, but because I love harmonizing and making a melody more interesting. After the death of my two close friends my Sophomore year of high school, I found out about music's healing properties. I was at the end of my rope and singing in choir is the thing that helped me to climb back up to safety. It mended my heart after something terrible and I will forever be grateful for that.
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Re: Do you sing in a choir?

Post Number:#47 by raymondwalley
» 05 Dec 2016, 11:18

I discovered choral music about a year ago wehn I joined my local choral society and it opened up a whole new world of music for me. Now trying to learn to read music for baritone parts in some of the great choral works.
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Post Number:#48 by Insightsintobooks
» 09 Jan 2017, 21:46

I sang in a choir in middle school and took voice lessons as well.
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Re: Do you sing in a choir?

Post Number:#49 by greywalker
» 11 Jan 2017, 13:55

I have previously, though I am an alto who apparently sings far too low for the comfort of most choir directors. I don't sing in a choir now, but I'm going to be helping to lead the liturgy at church soon so I will have to sing a bit...solo. Nervous is not the word for it, although at least liturgical music is not as complicated usually as choral music.
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Re: Do you sing in a choir?

Post Number:#50 by raymondwalley
» 11 Jan 2017, 16:08

We had a very deep Alto in our chior recently who sang with the Tenors
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Post Number:#51 by laylawhite
» 14 Jan 2017, 11:23

I don't sing in a choir but i wish i did!
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Post Number:#52 by raymondwalley
» 14 Jan 2017, 12:11

There must be one near you, why not go along and see if you can join?
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