The Noteables and You've Got Male Invite New Members

The Noteables (women) and You’ve Got Male (men) are recruiting singers for the 2018 winter season. No auditions required. Concert dates are December 7-9. The holiday program, under the enthusiastic direction of Linda Taylor, will include unusual arrangements of familiar carols, Celtic and inspirational selections, lullabies and winter ballads. Oso Blanco will accompany us on drums and percussion.

What a variety of music we have this season!!

The Noteables will sing:

  • A Joyful Night: Indeed, a joyful night in Bethlehem. So fun to sing!!
  • People Look East: Based on an old French carol, but arranged with a Celtic flair.
  • Stars On Snow: a lyrical piece describing the winter night with the shimmer of stars on the snow as seen from a bedroom window.
  • Et In Terra Pax: And on Earth, peace to all.
  • A Winter Noel: Welcome in the winter season! Come gather, be of good cheer. Let music fill the festive air.
  • Gingerbread House: Hilarious song with jazzy accompaniment. Describes all kinds of houses but none as cool as a gingerbread house.

You’ve Got Male will sing:

  • Hodie: Beautiful, rich harmonies in easy to learn Latin with a little O Come All ye Faithful woven into the song.
  • We Three Kings: A jazzy syncopated version with doo-waps in the middle.
  • Do You Know The Way To Bethlehem? A syncopated song about the journey, the baby, shepherds, angels and heavenly light.
  • Rejoice! A medley of several familiar Christmas favorites!
  • Nutcracker Jingles: Many variations on the Jingle Bells theme put to the music of the Nutcracker Suite. Lots of laughs!

The two groups will combine to sing:

  • Joyful and Triumphant: A medley of four familiar Christmas songs!
  • Canticle of Peace: Beautiful winter song of peace, where light overcomes dark and peace and love reign.
  • Gloria: A bit of Angels We Have Heard on High but mostly a series of dramatic Glorias building to a finale!
  • Sing, Mary, Sing: A bouncing delightful number. Mary, the baby, shepherds and angels.
  • The Yearning: A powerful heart-wrenching song for the coming of Emmanuel.
  • Children Go Tell It On the Mountain: A fun partner song with “Children Go Where I Send Thee” and “Go Tell It On the Mountain”.
  • Canticle of Winter: A tribute to winter. A portrait breaks forth in harmony. Calming spirit and inner peace.

You’ve Got Male starts: September 11, Tuesday, 6:00-8:00PM. in the sanctuary at the Episcopal Church (across from the library) on 4th and E streets, Salida.

The Noteables start: September 13, Thursday, 5:30-7:30PM, same location.

Concert dates: December 7-9.

Dues: Sliding scale: $30.00-60.00, with financial assistance available from our treasury. Absences: 3 allowed with a 4th one for emergencies.

For more information contact artistic director, Linda Taylor 719 539-2428 or Judy Hamontre at 312 968-3827

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For more information, please contact Linda Taylor - (719) 539-2428