I'm feeling pretty good (today) about our progress on the music for the spring. Some specifics on the pieces we will be doing in France:
Selig sind die Toten: Very good work this week. Know from last year.
Ave Maria (Vytautas Miškinis): will most likely change for another piece
See What the End is Going to Be: Learned last semester
Alleluia: Learned last semester, will begin work again soon. (LEARN IT, new folks)
Der Tanz: Easy, will not be hard to learn.
Un hémisphère dans une chevelure: Notes are OK, recording French tomorrow with Dr. Mostellar.
He’s Got the Whole World: Learned last semester, worked with girls on Thursday.
Clap Your Hands: might change, but learned last semester
Salmo XLII: Learned last semester, will work in sectionals next week
Organ Fugue: we'll change this one for another work.
Richte mich, Gott: Great work on this one. Memory must begin soon.
Mate Saule: Some light work done on this one, but learned it last semester and Aaron May (Latvian language guy) comes to record tomorrow
Redz, kur jaja div' bajari: Good work on this one, and will record Latvian tomorrow.
Daniel Daniel Servant Of The Lord: We did this one last year. Jonathan McNeil has confirmed that he is going on the trip, so we will do it again. I picked this one with Jonathan in mind for the solo . . . just to let you know.
Talked with a guy about our Spring 2006 possibility again. Exciting.