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These are some ideas from Jonny, who has been working hard behind the scenes:

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Hi all,
 
Here are some of my learning resources:

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Helen has sent us this link to a learning aid.

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Steve has now produced some practice audio files for "Hallelujah".

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Steve has kindly produced some practice audio files for "Come What May".

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Steve has now produced some practice audio files for "You Raise Me Up".

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Soprano choir and soloist parts are together and are at different volumes.  I am not sure that they are consistent though.

I think that Measures 216 to 330 seem to start on the bottom system of page 10 and finish on page 17. 

I think that Measures 541 to 762 seem to start at the top of page 25 and finish at the end of page 46. 

I think that Measures 782 to 842 seem to start at the top of page 48 and finish on page 53.

I think that Measures 851 to end seem to start on page 55 in the bottom system after the 4 bars rest and goes to the end.

Learning aids for our current pieces here: 

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Steve has kindly produced a translation and pronunciation guide for Bogoroditse Devo and We Praise Thee.

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Some recommended links from Katy Garden on breathing and singing, after our workshop.

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Rather out of date, but some tips on breathing and singing. Click here.

We have an autumn programme of on-line events

We have an autumn programme of on-line events

Due to the corona virus outbreak, the choir's rehearsals are suspended. We hope all our supporters and members stay safe, and we look forward to singing together again.

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Who we are

Who we are

Redland Green Choir is a welcoming, non-auditioning, community, mixed choir of eighty or so members, based in north Bristol who love singing.

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Our Repertoire

Our Repertoire

We enjoy singing about love in the 1960s, death in Latin, God in Russian and sex in sixteenth-century madrigals in equal measure. At our concert at Easter we sang Fauré's Requiem and Bernstein's West Side Story.

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Give Us a Try

Give Us a Try

We are a non-auditioning community choir open to all ages and levels of experience, or none.

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