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Hello Choir Peeps!

If you are reading this paragraph, that means you have signed on to practice and I am thrilled to hear that!  Whoohoo!  Choir is a team sport and we will only be at our best when each individual member is prepared and singing to the best of their ability!  Below you will find warm-ups, ear-training exercises, and recordings of specific parts for the songs we are working on.  If you have questions that aren't answered here, feel free to reach out!

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Practice links:

Breathing Exercises -

Vocal Warmup/Exercises

Dona Nobis Pacem -

Solfege Ear Training -

Pop Warmup -

Bass Warmup

Tenor Warmup -

Choir Program Flow (as of now)

Sing-a-long Medley (Older choir will be on stage for this) -

Lyrics for sing-a-long Medley 

The Lord Bless You and Keep You

Soprano -

Alto -

Tenor -

Bass -

Full Choir Demo -

Demo with Score -

Amens Sop -

Amens Alto -

Amens Tenor -

Amens Bass -

House of the Lord

Note: This demo is a new video I just made that shows the hand motions and scriptures and everything we will include for the performance.  The whispered parts are just for me and the shouted parts are for the choir.

Demo in key of D -

Karaoke track in D -

Lyrics doc 

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Part 1 -

Part 2 -

Verse 4 (both parts) -

Somewhere in My Memory

Accompaniment track -

Both parts - 

Part 1 -

Part 2 -


Demo -

Soprano -

Alto -

Tenor -

Bass -

Bridge Sop -

Bridge Alto -

Bridge Tenor -

Bridge Bass -

Ending Sop 1 -

Ending Sop 2 -

Ending Alto -

Ending Tenor -

Ending Bass -

Say Something

Bass -

Tenor/Alto -

Soprano -

Bass Chorus 2 -

Tenor Chorus 2 -

Alto Chorus 2 -

Sop Chorus 2 -

The Potter's Hand

Road map doc.  (hopefully this will be more clear)

*New arrangement -

All the harmonies will be the same as written in the score, but we will jump around a little and give it a looser/praise chorus feel.

Solos -

Bass -

Tenor -

Alto -

Sop -


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