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Saved by Kathy Wikdahl
on September 28, 2011 at 8:08:56 pm
 

A few notes about our singers: Our choir works hard every Monday night but it is worth it.

Music is good for the soul and the community. Our families are great support as well.

 

First Sopranos -

Kathie Findlay

Cathie Waldie 

 Sandra Single

Bonnie Froebe

Margaret Gopaul

Janice Graham

Marjorie Jenkins

Linda Kroeker

Alvina Rempel

Barb Stevens

Kathy Wikdahl

Irene Lepp

Joanne Johnston

A soprano is a singer with a voice range from approximately (C4) to "high A"  or to "soprano C" (C6, two octaves above middle C) or higher. In choral music the term soprano refers to a vocal part or line and not a voice type.

Sopranos often steal the show at the Christmas parties due to their excellent sense of humour.

 

 

Second Sopranos -

Zenith Coates

Jane Peckover 

Linda Drewlo

Karen Funke

Linda McKinnon

Deb Penner

Hetty Vanderput

Ainsley Rintoul

Betty Brazier

Laurel Jorundson 
Anne Hamilton 

(meaning "medium" or "middle" "soprano" in Italian is a classical female singer whose range lies between the soprano and the alto, usually extending from the A below middle C to the A two octaves above . In the lower and upper extremes, some mezzo-sopranos may extend down to the G below middle C and as high as "high C.

Seconds are very diplomatic and never argue amongst themselves (that we notice).

 

 

Altos -

Louise Pethybridge

Clarice Gilchrist 

Sandra Clark

Sandy Scott 

Marilyn Clearwater

Dorothy Donnelly

Rachel Johnson

Lori-Ann Kaminski

Shirley McLaren

Deanna Mutcher

Lori Schroeder

Karen Tjaden

Jaclynn Willems 
Cynthia Unrau 

 

In music, a contralto is a classical singer with a vocal range somewhere between a tenor and a mezzo-soprano. The term is used to refer to the deepest female singing voice. The typical contralto range lies between the G below middle C to two Gs above middle C . In the lower and upper extremes, some contralto voices can sing from the E below middle C to two Bs above middle C. The term contralto is not synonymous with the term alto which designates a specific part within choral music and is not a voice type. Technically, "alto" is only a separate category in choral music where it refers simply to the vocal range.

Altos are very good at making desserts.

 

 

Director - Cindee  There are many things our director does well:

  • Is firm yet positive (please don't talk when I do, just sing!)
  • Works on pieces in advance, has great timing and pitch
  • Doesn't forget the warm-ups
  • Chooses the material based on the venue and occasion
  • If there are problems within the group, addresses it immediately
  • Is punctual
  • Chooses a good place to eat and drink
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Accompanist - Audrey

An accompanist is the person who plays a supporting or collaborative role to a performer (eg. singer) or a group of performers (eg. choir). An accompanist must stop the choir from choosing too many songs with "doo-wop" and "baby baby" in it.

 

 

The Audience: An essential ingredient at concerts. An audience is a group of people who participate in a show or encounter a work of art, literature, theatre, music or academics in any medium. Our choir appreciates them immensely.

 

 

 

 

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