Blueberry Deliveries Next Saturday

Good Morning Fellow Songsters

Ordered your blueberries yet? Jill will be more than happy to take your money tomorrow – last chance! A mere $20 bucks for a 2.2K bag of Nova Scotian deliciousness – don’t hesitate or you’ll heave a sigh and wish you hadn’t.  Delivery takes place next Saturday November 18th at noon, so bring along some sort of insulated wrapping to keep those blue jewels in good condition.

November 18th and November 25th are the last 2 rehearsals before our end of term concert, bake, and craft sale on December 2nd. These same rehearsals are mandatory if you wish to participate in the concert itself. Have you committed your husbands/wives/offspring to a volunteer role yet? Do it now I say! You also still have time to crochet something . . . .

I’ve just recently learned that a flock of starlings is called a “murmuration”. You know, like a flock of crows is called a “murder” or chickadees a “banditry”. So what would be a good word for our flock? We people, who gather together Saturday mornings to let fly our voices in collective pitch, melody, and harmony? The question has been running around my poor little head all week and I think I’ve finally found it – the word is “undulation”. Whatcha think?

Here’s to you guys.

Brenda Atkinson

Hamilton Sings Volunteer



Brenda’s Updates

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New Songs for 2017-2018
  • Concert Song List (final)
  • Matlakala: pronunciation; soprano; alto tenor & bass together; ensemble
  • Sun Comes Mornin’ Time: soprano, alto, tenor & bass parts sung, plus that computerized voice & piano track
  • Ver Mee O: spoken and sung, plus a phonetic version of the lyrics
  • Hanna’s Concert Playlist
  • Trees of the Field: sung
  • Come Love Away: 2016 Rehearsal
  • Sumer is Icumen In: sung & spoken
  • Panther (I Will Walk and Never Get Tired): alto, tenor, and bass
  • Tsmindao Ghmerto: high, middle and low parts
  • Bright Morning Stars: high and low parts
  • Tourdion: many parts
  • Amavolovolo: soprano, alto, tenor, bass parts
  • By the Glow of the Kerosene Light: three part harmony performance by The Once

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