Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Like a Ship in the Harbor

Here is a song I arranged for Community Singers.  It also sounds nice on recorders.  The recording has the bass part sung up an octave.  Click here for the free pdf.  I can also print it out as SSAT to match the recording if you send me an email.  The photo is one of my favorites of my mom.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Singing at Willow Grove

We enjoyed singing at Willow Grove Retirement Community and the residents enjoyed it too.

Sunday, June 19, 2016


Looking forward to singing on Tuesday.  I would like to record some of our songs to post on SoundCloud.  This is one I want to record.  If you don't know it yet, this video will teach you your part and you can sing along with the ensemble at the end.  Click here for the pdf file.  The friend who introduced me to this song calls it a "soul charge" and I definitely agree.  The Zulu word Shosholoza mean "Go Forward" and the words literally are about a train moving fast on the mountain.  While the song was originally a call and response sung by workers riding the train to the mines, it has become an unofficial national anthem in South Africa.  To me it is about joy and strength and energy.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Vigil for Orlando tonight

I know many Community Singers will want to attend this service, so we will not have practice tonight.  

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Wonderful Friends That I've Known

This is a great Pete Seeger song that Dale has been teaching us.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Reunion June 14th

We will have our second annual Community Singers reunion this coming Sunday, June 14th, 5-9 at Christina's house, 314 Boyce Road.  We will have a potluck dinner followed by singing.  Please bring a dish to share, your Community Singers book if you have one and a chair.



Sunday, March 29, 2015

Peace in the Park

Each person makes a difference in the world.  Each act of kindness, each word of encouragement, each gesture of love sends out a ripple.  Join with other Charlotteans as we stand together for kindness, love and peace in our community and our world.

We will lead a sing along starting at 1:40 PM prior to the vigil at 2 PM.  I will bring song sheets, so you will not need to bring your books.