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Meetings are held September through June on the first Saturday of every month, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Refreshments are served during a mid-meeting break.
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 11555 National Blvd., Los Angeles 90064. Map
Each person is responsible for downloading the music they plan to play at the session. Alternatively, you can request that the President bring you copies of the music for an annual fee of $30.
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There are a couple of pieces that call for a sopranino recorder as the top voice (!). My idea is to help players to embrace the sopranino's middle range as a good sonority in ensemble playing -- mind you, we won't have 10 of them... just one or two will do...
Rosenmuller's Sinfonia: we are only working on the FIRST movement; be sure to print the part/s for the first movement only, which ends on measure 74.
Lappi's Canzon Duodecima: do NOT print the parts in C clef. The file for Vitali's La Scalabrina contains both the score (at the beginning) and the parts at the end.
Bertali, Sonatella a 5i
Lappi, Canzon Duodecima
Cavaccio, La Solcia
Vitali, La Scalabrina
Rosenmuller, Sinfonia I, first movement
Cavaccio, La Bignan
Click on the links in blue to go to their respective Play at Home pages if you would like to listen to or practice the music ahead of time. When you print out the music, be sure to print out the higher SATB versions and not the lower TBGC versions.
Byrd: The second part (Medius) is in the soprano range, but since it's actually the melody, it would be helpful to include a few alto players who are comfortable reading up an octave.
Several pieces have either two soprano or two alto parts, so presumably soprano/alto players should print both just in case.
There will also be a ¨Guess the Composer" piece, which David will bring the music for (not included in the downloadable files).
Amner - O Ye Little Flock
Bartok - Romanian Christmas Carols
Berlioz - Shepherd's Farewell
Byrd - Lullaby
Morales - Pastores dicite, quidnam vidistis
Sweelinck - Angelus ad pastores ait
During COVID-19 meetings were held online via Zoom, September through June on the first Saturday of every month at 2:00 pm.
For questions about Zoom or meetings in general, feel free to contact us.
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