part-singing


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Related to part-singing: baritone, alto, tenor, Mezzo soprano
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singing with three or more voice parts

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Guest edited by Angela Broeker, this issue includes articles on lesson planning, repertoire expansion and how to develop part-singing skills.
Leone, who once tried to write musical notation with the notes reading from right to left as in the Hebrew, had eight voices to assist him in part-singing his own compositions "according to the rules of harmony." But rabbinical opposition soon put a stop to this.
The organist/choir director, a Roman Catholic, skilfully uses their gifts for part-singing in anthems, instrumental offerings during formal and informal anthems and hymns, or solos.
Well-balanced part-singing came over well, the total offerings being admirably sung from memory.
One of the successes of Baker's Alexander Cordell trilogy which toured Wales, was the Welsh part-singing. Mocking Bird will also tour after its Mold run.
In discussing Gerald's intriguing account of improvised part-singing in Wales, Weller reconsiders the type of musical procedures which might have been involved, and concludes that `the idea that Gerald's description might refer to a kind of extempore polyphonic singing with a highly developed instinctive feeling for vertical sonority is not at all far-fetched' (p.24).
Catherine Foster was imposing as the Queen Of The Night and the three young boys also impressed with their confident part-singing.