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Music for Spring Term


Below is a link for this terms programme. Please note Ian's commments

Gibbons 'This is the record of John' is in a higher key, and that the Schubert is sung in German on the recording (we will be doing it in English).


The files are shown individually here  - this may be easier for some people to use.






003 This is the record of John.mp3
MP3 audio file [4.4 MB]
007 Bruckner - Pange lingua.mp3
MP3 audio file [3.9 MB]
009 Bruckner - Locus iste.mp3
MP3 audio file [2.6 MB]

17th January 2018


Haydn Mass

We commenced by singing the Kyrie

Credo Page 14 – Bar 14 – Est turn into a quaver from Bar 17 no breathing until the rest.

Bar 23 Virgine – breathe – watch last note for cut off

Bar 31  - Bases first note – is a quaver otherpart sing on Full value of note.

Bar 37/38  Breath after Passus.

Bar 43 – est  = quaver


Then onto the Allegro section.


First record of John – our first attempt at this.

Bar 22  - Altos to breath after ly of plainly.

Bar 24 Again Altos breath after Christ.


We finished by singing Gradual – Locusiste


Please add bar numbers to this piece – for ease of being told where we are singing from etc. 





10th January 2018

Haydn Mass - Page 36 - 

Page 34

Bruckner - Gradual ( Locusiste)

Buckner - Pange lingua et Tantum


Next week - will be starting on the Handel.


3rd January 2018

Janet welcomed us back and wished all a Happy New Year after Thanking Ian for his work last term and the planning for this tern.


Three pieces of Music should be collected from Rob if you were not present.


We did a very short warm up and then started working on the Haydn Mass in B Flat Major. The Little Organ Mass. The Parts weave around.



Sops - Bar 2  lei - sing as two quavers.    Bar 9 Sops come off but no jolting - Next is very high note but it should be quiet.



The words are sung by different parts - which makes this a very short piece.  Bottom of Page 9 be ready to turn and know the next note.


Credo - we did not work on this but moved onto the




We did this up to Bar 18. 


Notices - Rob thanked everyone for getting the music back to him on time. Helen thanked those that had paid their subs for the term. She would be grateful if the remainder could be paid in the next couple of weeks. 




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