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MACC PROGRAMME 24.4.24

Hi Maccers


I think there were only a handful of members missing this first week back after Easter, and boy, did the sound you made reflect that! You totally smashed every song out of the park! 


The downside of a big choir can sometimes be the noise made when not singing! I've had some complaints from members who have been unable to concentrate due to other members talking when I am teaching the vocals. Please don't do this. It is really distracting, for me as well, and my mind has to be totally focused. Please could members also refrain from humming or quietly singing their part while other sections are learning theirs, because I then think that there is somebody singing the wrong harmony. Even when you think you are talking or singing quietly, the sound still carries. Just be respectful of others is the message.


For those singing in Ged's concert at St Michael's, there have been some changes to the playlist. Apparently the band, with whom the choirs are sharing the bill, want to do 2 numbers together, Bring him home, and Hymn to the Fallen (not a MV song but one that Ged will be teaching in his sessions) and the Les Mis medley will be replacing Don't stop me now. I would urge any member who is participating in this to attend Ged's sessions at Congleton and/or Cheadle between now and the concert.


Next week's programme looks like this:

I CAN SEE CLEARLY

MAMMA MIA

YOU'LL BE IN MY HEART

SHINE

CALIRORNIA DREAMING


Members who joined in January and are participating at Bollington, it is up to you to learn the songs with help from the tracks on the website.

If anyone wasn't at the session this week and WILL BE attending the Bollington performance, please would they let me know by replying to the email or commenting on Facebook.


See you next week Maccers.

Andrew x

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