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Leigh Orpheus Music While we are Virtually Rehearsing via Zoom.

To make it easy to find the pieces we’ve been singing, and which Jan has referred to during our virtual rehearsals, we’ve grouped them all together here, in alphabetical order.

So, if you are looking for pieces we’ve been singing along to, or teaching sessions that Jan has used at our rehearsals, just click on the links below. They should open in a new window.  Some of the tracks are stored in ‘Dropbox’. You DO NOT have to have a Dropbox account, or set one up, to access any of the links. If a Log In box pops up when you are trying to access one of the tracks just close the box (by clicking on the X at the top right of that box), then click on ‘Go to website’, (or something similar).

 

 

The A to Z of pieces we’ve sung during our Zoom virtual rehearsals:

 

Another Opening Another Show (149)

Jan’s Teaching Session (01) for Another Opening

Jan’s teaching session (02) for ‘Another Opening’.

Jan’s Teaching Session (03) for ‘Another Opening’.

Jan’s Teaching Session (04) for ‘Another Opening’.

Whether or not you’ve gone through the above Teaching Session you can enjoy singing along to ‘Another Opening Another Show’, from the Cole Porter Medley, by clicking here.

 

African Prayer (Nkosi Sikelel’I Africa) (288)

Enjoy singing along to one of the Leigh Orpheus’s favourites by clicking here.

 

Back to the Sixties (385) (first four songs)

Put your sixties gear on, grab that hairbrush and use it as a mic, and singalong to the first four songs of ‘Back to the Sixties’  by clicking here.

Back to the 60s (385) (last three songs).

Don’t stop at number four click here for the last three!

 

Bohemian Rhapsody (390)

To take part in Jan’s teaching session for BoRap just click here!

And to sing along to another of our fabulous Leigh Orpheus recordings of Bohemian Rhapsody click here.

 

Bridge Over Troubled Water (391)

Sing along to ‘Bridge’ by clicking here.

 

Christus Salvator (331)

You can sing along to the Leigh Orpheus singing Christus Salvator by clicking here.

 

Every Time I Feel the Spirit (201)

You can sing along to the Leigh Orpheus singing ‘Every Time I Feel the Spirit’ by clicking here.

 

Gwahoddiad (64)

You know you want to! One of the Leigh Orpeus’s favourites. You might even want to put your uniform on to sing this one. Click here to sing along.

 

Jacob’s Ladder (18)

Arranged by the Leigh Orpheus’s founding Musical Director, Gerwyn Parry, sing along to ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ by clicking here.

 

My Lord What a Morning (78).

Click here to sing along to one of our Leigh Orpheus recordings of ‘My Lord What a Morning’. (don’t worryaboutit being a bit scratchy at the start – those old 78s!)

 

Neapolitan Trilogy (404).

        Funiculi Funicula 

Jan’s Teaching Session for Funiculi Funicula

Sing along to Funiculi Funicula.

 

        Santa Lucia

Here is Jan’s help finding the first note in ‘Santa Lucia’, Just click on your section’s part:

Santa Lucia – First Tenor

Santa Lucia – Second Tenor

Santa Lucia – Baritone

Santa Lucia – Bass

 

       It’s Now or Never

Here are the teaching sessions for ‘It’s Now or Never:

Jan’s Teaching Session (01) for ‘It’s Now or Never’.

Jan’s Teaching Session (02) for ‘It’s Now or Never’.

You can listen to, and sing along to, the Backworth Male Voice Choir singing ‘It’s Now or Never’ by clicking here.

 

Praise My Soul (236)

To sing along to ‘Praise My Soul’ click here.

 

Rhythm of Life (199)  

Secure those false teeth, lick your lips and click here to sing along.

 

Siyahambe (206)

Sing along to one of our Leigh Orpheus recordings of Siyahambe by by clicking here. Watch out for the louder and quieter parts!

 

Softly As I Leave You (193). 

Another of our favourites to sing along to. Click here and away you go.

 

Some Enchanted Evening (383)

You can sing along to a live recording of the Leigh Orpheus singing  ‘Some Enchanted Evening‘ by clicking here.

 

Speed Your Journey (60)

If you’d like to sing along to the entire piece just click here.

 

The Sloop John B (252)

Get ready to follow your music carefully for these teaching sessions:

Jan’s Teaching session (01) for ‘Sloop John B’ for ALL PARTS.

 Jan’s Teaching Session (02) for ‘Sloop John B’ for ALL PARTS.

Jan’s Teaching Session for Tenor 1s for ‘Sloop John B’.

Jan’s Teaching Session for Tenor 2s for ‘Sloop John B’.

Jan’s Teaching Session for Baritones for ‘Sloop John B’.

Jan’s Teaching Session for Basses for ‘Sloop John B’.

Sing along to ‘The Sloop John B’ by clicking here.

 

The Song of the Jolly Roger (28)

You can sing along to one of our live recordings of  ‘The Song of the Jolly Roger by clicking here.

 

The Water is Wide (325)

Get ahead of the game with this teaching session:

Jan’s Teaching Session for ‘The Water is Wide’.

Sing along with Reading Male Voice choir singing ‘The Water is Wide’ by clicking here.

 

This Nearly Was Mine (392)

To listen to a live Leigh Orpheus recording of ‘This Nearly Was Mine’ click here.

To listen to Jan’s Teaching Session for part of ‘This Nearly Was Mine’ click here.

 

Wade in the Water (403)

Teaching session for all four sections starting at page 8.  Click here.

Teaching sessions for all four sections starting at page 11 (the ‘0000’s’). Click here.

You can sing along to one of our Leigh Orpheus Recordings of Wade in the Water by clicking here.

 

What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor (263)

Listen to Jan’s teaching sessions for ‘What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor’ here:

Jan’s Teaching Session (01) for all of us for ‘Drunken Sailor’.

Jan’s Teaching Session (02) For ‘Drunken Sailor’ ONLY for the Second Tenors.

Secong Tenor, Top Tenor, Baritone or Bass, we can all nsing along to ‘What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor’ by clicking here.

 

With Cat Like Tread (406)

Take part in Jan’s teaching session for ‘Cat Like Tread’ here:

Jan’s Teaching Session for ‘Cat Like Tread’.

If you’d like to join the Men of Cornwall Male Voice Choir singing ‘With Cat Like Tread’ click here.

 

You Raise Me Up (322)

Another of our Leigh Orpheus favourites. To make it a bit different maybe put your ‘Westlife’ gear on, get out your shamrock and click here?