Chorus Calendar

J0318174  The ultimate goal of the choral experience is the development of the individual both musically and personally for the lifelong pursuit and enjoyment of music.” 

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Chorus Calendar 

Choral concerts are the equivalent to a final exam.  Attendance is EXTREMELY important.  Our team suffers without the valuable contributions of each singer to our group sound.  If circumstances arise that cause the student to miss a concert, the following make-up assignment is required.

Download make_up_assignment.pdf

6th grade Repertoire for Nov. 13th

I am careful to choose songs that fit well within your vocal range. If I have asked you to sing alto, it does not mean that you are an alto forever. We switch parts for each concert. Please rehearse only the tracks that match the voice part I’ve assigned you.
Soprano – those that sit on the right side of my classroom
Alto – those that sit on the left side of my classroom

8th grade Repertoire for Oct. 17th

– Rhapsody Soprano

– Rhapsody Alto

-Rhapsody Baritone

– Rhythm of Life Soprano

Rhythm of Life Alto

– Rhythm of Life Baritone

– All 8th graders sing Part 1 on “Over the Rainbow”

– 4th period will sing Lead on “Lean on Me”

– 5th period will sing Bass on “Lean on Me”

– 8th grade girls will sing Part 1 on “Yonder Come Day”

– All boys will sing Part 3 on “Yonder Come Day”

7th Grade Repertoire for Oct. 17th

– Land of the Free Soprano (right side of classroom)

– Land of the Free Alto (left side of classroom)

– Spirit Train Soprano (right side of classroom)

– Spirit Train Alto (left side of classroom)

– All 7th graders sing Part 2 on Somewhere Over the Rainbow

– 1st period sings Baritone on Lean on Me.

– 2nd period sings Tenor on Lean on Me

– 7th grade girls sing Part 2 on Yonder Come Day

– All boys sing Part 3 on Yonder Come Day.


Here are some sample recordings of the major, minor and chromatic scales in various keys.  Use these to help you practice.  The students do this so much better than I do.  Please don’t laugh. 🙂

Starting on Middle C:

Starting on E:

Starting on A below Middle C:

Starting on E below Middle C: