Sharing Resources and Repertoire Ideas
Today is the first day I've had the time to explore the new site and I've found it very slick.
I'd welcome an area where members could share their recommendations for songs which have worked particularly well (organised by parts eg SSA) or even a place where members could upload their own arrangements of songs which are out of copyright for other members to use.
Please give this some consideration. Many thanks.
Hi Jill. Thank you for that great suggestion. You're welcome to post anything you like in this forum, so if you have any repertoire ideas you'd like to share with other members, by all means get the ball rolling.
We wouldn't be able to offer an upload service, but there's no reason why you can't link to content in a dropbox or google drive that people can download.
We'll put your idea on our list of possible future innovations and have a chat about it with the team.
Fully support your idea, having a small community choir with long-term dedicated members we welcome new ideas & would be happy to share. Elaine
Hi everyone, we are a small choir and sing a cappella ( my piano playing isn't good enough!) I am beginning to think about Christmas songs (mainly for busking) and wondered if anyone can suggest anything without accompaniment. Thanks for any ideas.
Hi Rebecca. My choir doesn't sing a lot of a cappella music but here is an arrangement I did last year of The Holly and the Ivy which you'd be welcome to use. It's a traditional tune which originates from Herefordshire, I believe.
Thanks so much. That's great!
Rebecca, we have some really lovely Christmas arrangements in the music library (all in SAB and SSA voicings). We Wish You a Merry Christmas and A Christmas Finale are unaccompanied. All the accompanied ones have recorded backing tracks that you can use if you don't want to have a live accompaniment.
Great, thank you. I was looking through but they all seemed to be accompanied. I will look again!
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