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Ad Libs: A requiem for summer (but in a good way)

Uploaded: Jul 13, 2010
I am now officially a proud choral-music geek, because I have not one but two favorite requiems. Very pleased to get to sing both the Durufle and the Faure last night with the friendly members of Schola Cantorum. Summer Sings: great fun. Those of us with no time to join a choir can still drop by on Mondays to try our voices at Masses or requia. They'll even lend you the score. ...

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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis, a resident of ,
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How come no audio clips?


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Posted by Rebecca Wallace, a resident of ,
on Jul 15, 2010 at 3:23 pm

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Of me singing flat on the alto line? Not a chance! :)


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