From “14,000 Things To Be Happy About.”
Reppin’ mah letters for registration/graduate BBQ cookout day. (Taken with Instagram)
I’m really gonna miss this little fella. (Taken with Instagram)
Music by Wesley Hotzfeld
String arrangement by Patrick Dunnevant
Recorded using Logic Express and Hollywood Strings Platinum.
Oh, roommates of mine. (Taken with instagram)
The Blue Bird
Charles Villiers Stanford
The Belmont University Chamber Singers, April 22nd, 2012
Patrick Dunnevant, conductor
The lake lay blue below the hill,
O’er it, as I looked, there flew
Across the waters, cold and still,
A bird whose wings were palest blue.
The sky above was blue at last,
The sky beneath me blue in blue,
A moment, ere the bird had passed,
It caught his image as he flew.
I can’t wait to take this class.
CR524 Vocal Techniques for Choirs (3)
Study of vocal techniques appropriate for use in choral rehearsals and for teaching class voice. Techniques for effecting change in group vocal production are discussed, including such topics as the identification of group vocal problems and mental and physical preparation of a group for good vocal production. Techniques to be developed include (1) how to communicate information about vocal technique to amateur singers, (2) exercises used to develop choral sound by improving diction, dynamics, legato, staccato, martellato, high and low registers, resonance, vowel modification, etc., (3) how to train singers to use a vocal production specifically appropriate to the repertoire of various style periods and the demands of individual composers, and (4) conducting methods for good choral and vocal training. Recommended both for conducting majors and for students in other major programs, including those for whom the voice is not the primary performance medium. Offered every other year.
We have arrived. Williamson Hall. (Taken with instagram)