Well, COVID has shut us down for the time being. That doesn’t mean you can’t sing. Sing in your car, in the shower, around the house, in your back yard (apologies to my neighbors). We’re leaving the practice links for what would have been our Spring 2020 concert, and we’ll see you when it’s safe to gather again. If you want the page to load faster and/or in less space without all of the images, I’ve created a links only page if you click here.
Ktaadn – John Newell
For each part below, you can play the audio directly from this page, or right-click on the grey audio player bar and select “Save Audio As…” If downloading doesn’t work for you this way, you can go to our links only page (above) and try what’s suggested there. Scott has other ways to get you a copy if neither of these works.
An Anthem of Praise – Supply Belcher
In the colonial era, the talented composer, singer, and compiler of tune books and Maine resident Supply Belcher (1751–1836) was known in his time as “the Handel of Maine”. Belcher organized the first choir in Maine.