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Pal-So Seong (Laughing Song) and Hark I Hear the Harps Eternal
video: Pal-So Seong (Laughing Song) and Hark I hear the Harps Eternal

Mansfield University Concert Choir at the 2012 World Choir Games in the Voices of Gold Concert

I'll Hear the Trumpet Sound (Negro spiritual) - "M. Marulić" High School Mixed Choir
video: I'll hear the Trumpet Sound (Negro spiritual) - "M. Marulić" High School Mixed Choir

Solo: Ploa Pleština Poljak Recorded on December 21, 2017, at the Church of St. Francis in Split. www.facebook.com/m.marulic.choir m.marulic_choir@yahoo.com recording and production: Bernard Kahle www.facebook.com/BKrecordings b.kahle@yahoo.com

blog: The Power of Music

There is power in singing in choirs. These are just a few of my thoughts. I'd love to hear if your reasons are similar! http://wp.me/p5eWWi-gx

blog: ALBION - In Decembers Profile

Unique Carols - hear what Profile Magazine had to say about ALBION and their contribution to the Christmas sound. Normally announcements aren't meant to be replied to, but if you nee

blog: Music is too freely available – 10 things we've lost because of that

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Once upon a time you could only hear your favourite song if you travelled to a live performance. It was a special, one-off, shared experience.   ...

blog: The sound of silence – rediscovering the art of listening

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir] With far fewer people around at the moment, I am starting to hear things that I Don’t normally notice. It made me realise that in our usually busy dail...

blog: Everything we hear about matching pitch in choir rehearsal is a lie

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that “music is math.” Whether in relation to something simple (counting), or something more esoteric (highly-developed, academic analyses of harmony and structure), or whether it is a misg...

blog: Listening Part 2 - The Skills

It is fun and challenging to truly listen.  When you allow the sound you hear to connect with the brain, some interesting synapses are formed.  Whether you are listening to a recording, live performance or a conversation, using the energy to tru...

blog: Ear Training - from the Directors viewpoint

(adapted from a post in The Stairwell Carollers Choir Blog) David Rain, tenor:  How on earth  Do you hear everyone, including our mistakes, while singing along at full throttle?   Pierre: I'm not sure, but you're definitely right...

blog: Name that tune! – earworms, musical memory and other strange phenomena

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Sometimes I only have to hear two notes of a song and I know what it is.   Photo by bishib70   Often I join in with someone singing a song...