Final Project Reflection due tomorrow! (5/29/14)
REFLECT: You will turn in a reflection on your project. The reflection should be at least 5 complete sentences. Address the following questions and feel free to add anything else you’d like to share. EACH MEMBER OF A GROUP IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN REFLECTION.
Why did you choose this project?
IF IN GROUP - How well did you and the group members work together?
IF SOLO - Describe the process of creating your project. What steps did you take?
What did you learn from this project?
How did your knowledge from singing in choir assist you in the creation of your project?
What was your favorite part of the project?
Resource Recordings for May 1st concert:
STAR: (We are singing harmonies from m. 28, "And the rocket's red glare." Instruments only at the beginning.)
May it Be: (I love their vowels, but I want more phrasing! :) )
America the Brave:
Lullaby of Birdland: (Great note accuracy here! Great dynamics at the end! Let's try to swing a bit more than them, though!)
Resource Recordings for Possible Songs for the Winter 2013 Concert:
Ancient Latin text set in an African cultural style, rhythm, and timbre.
Kyrie - inspired by Largo from New World Symphony (Dvorak):
Ancient Latin text set to a famous theme from a romantic symphony of the 1800s
(Choir performing in a concert hall with slightly different harmonies and added violin accompaniment:)
(Choir performing our exact arrangement for an unrelated service:)
Hatikva (The Hope) arr. John Leavitt
The National Anthem of Israel, a lyrical Hebrew melody
Ki Mi Tziyon arr. Gerald J. Luongo
The Hebrew language used in an upbeat, challenging dance/madrigal style.