Close Harmony: The Novello Ladies Barbershop Songbook

Livre | SSAA

Éditeur: Novello
Format: Partitions | Songbook Mixte
"Close Harmony" offre des arrangements sans accompagnement de toute une variété de grands tubes, des années 20 aux années 70. Les interprétations peuvent tout aussi bien être faites par des chorales ou simplement avec quatre voix. Arrangé par Nicholas Hare pour SSAA. Des notes utiles d'interprétation sont inclues pour chacune des chansons et les arrangements sont notés sur deux portées pour des répétitions au piano simples.
Numéro ISBN: 9780853607878
Skill Level: Intermédiaire Explain this
Nombre de pages: 48
Langue: Anglais
Numéro de catalogue: NOV200199

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        An excellent choice of songs, well arranged. My group are chiefly Barbershop Singers but we want to branch out and do something more challenging. This book fits the bill nicely.
        Anonyme - (Isle of Wight, United Kingdom)
        Good intermediate selection for our 16-strong ladies group. Learning a capella close harmony is good exercise and gives some variety to our repertoire. This book will keep us going for a while.
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        I love this book! I myself use it to practise layering in music technology, I sing both soprano lines and a friend sings both alto and we layer them, they are beautiful classic barbershop harmonies and a wonderful selection of songs
        Anonyme - (Pulborough, United Kingdom)
        good selction of arrangements, could do with a book 2
        Anonyme - (Somerton, United Kingdom)
        Phew! These tunes are tricky. Fiendish to learn, but fantastic once you've nailed them. Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend is a particular favourite of ours. Sound of Silence has some nice echo (echo, echo) touches too. A brilliant book...if only there was a second volume.
        Anonyme - (Edinburgh)
        This book should not be called 'Barbershop' The songs are a cappella certainly, but not arranged according to 'barbershop harmony style. They should be homophonic in texture and the lead line (melody) should be in the second soprano (i.e with 1st soprano above! The arranger should seek advice from The Ladies Association of Barbershop Singers or Sweet Adeline International. I was most disappointed in the songs in this book.
        Anonyme - (Tynygongl, United Kingdom)
        Lovely arrangements. I don't think I would really class them as barbershop, but my vocal quartet are singing the sound of silence in a competition and we love it!
        Anonyme - (Paignton, United Kingdom)