Richard Rodgers: The Sound Of Music Choral Selection (SATB)

Livre | SATB, Accompagnement Piano

Éditeur: Williamson Music
Format: Partitions | Oeuvre Vocale
Arrangé par Clay Warnick. Contient : "Sound Of Music", "My Favorite Things", "Do-Re-Mi", "Climb Ev'ry Mountain".
Skill Level: Intermédiaire Explain this
Publié le: 02 janvier 1997
Nombre de pages: 32
Langue: Anglais
Numéro de catalogue: HLW00346868
 
     
       

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        6,7
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        7,3
        Notes de 7.3 sur 10 d'après 6 avis

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        5
        We have not learned very much of this yet, but there are some more complicated harmonies so we have had to proceed slowly-yet all the well known tunes are here-only sorry it did not reach a conclusion with the 'Sound of Music' song rather than 'Climb every Mountain' which although a lovely tune is heard quite a few times before the end! May post again when we have actually got to the end. In a semi-musically literate choir, it is quite difficult to get the harmony to 'stick', but we have more mmembers coming who are readers and that helps.
        Anonyme - (Tewkesbury, United Kingdom)
        4
        This is a lovely choral selection suited to an intermediate adult choir. The songs are well arranged for SATB and the choir picked it up very quickly. The 'Hills are alive' theme unites the whole work and the last couple of pages test the upper limits of the tenors range. However, most enjoyable.
        Anonyme - (MAGHERAFELT, United Kingdom)
        4
        A nice arrangement on the whole but the tenors in my choir are not as happy as the other sections - they find their part unsympathetically written. We might have to make some tweaks!
        Anonyme - (Sandy, United Kingdom)
        4
        We have only just started learning this. So far so good. A pleasant piece with audience appeal.
        Anonyme - (Sandbach, United Kingdom)

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