Larry Meier, Director; 798-1887, ext. 118 or email@example.com
SEAS Music Ministry 2018
SEAS Youth Choir –Middle School – High school sings at primarily 11 am, and 5 pm Masses.
Adult Choir College and Adults sing at (warm up 10 am) 11 am Mass weekly; Feast Days, Christmas, Easter, socials, nursing home
Wednesday – Youth Choir 4:15 – 5:45 pm
Wednesday – College -Adults Choir 6:30 – 8 pm
Larry Meier, Director of Music Ministry, Organist
New members are welcome; please call Larry for more information and an orientation sessions.
PGC Protecting God’s Children Class & my required training articles
For all Adults 18+: Protecting God’s Children program- Child sexual abuse awareness sessions for adults. If you have not done so, Please signup https://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/
You can register for a session Virtus Online The next sessions are:
Wednesday, August 8 at 6 pm, Catholic Center. Estimated length: 3 hours
Wednesday, September 12 at 6 pm, Catholic Center. Estimated length: 3 hours
Wednesday, October 10 at 6 pm, Catholic Center. Estimated length: 3 hours
Thanks to all who have taken the training and are up-to-date! If you have taken the training, but are behind on your training bulletins, please get up-to-date. log in your account, access your required online training. For more info, talk to Cathy Cobb.
O Come, all ye faithful, 341 with Willcocks Descant
Advent Service Music Ordinaries 1. Mass of Creation
5. Hail Mary Johnum
Psalms – Seasonal
Psalms for Ordinary Time
Music Education / Theory
Music Theory: Music Theory Guy
Training the Uncertain Singer
Cambiata Institute of America for Early Adolescent Vocal Music at University of North Texas https://cambiata.music.unt.edu/home
Training the Uncertain Singer When students cannot sing certain pitches, it is not an indication that they are tone-deaf. The amount of talent, gift, or innate ability to sing tunefully varies only slightly among individuals. The capacity to make music vocally is inherent in everyone, just as the capacity to learn is inherent. How quickly and how early in life students learn to sing tunefully varies according to their capacity to make music. … In most cases, the inability to match pitch is a result of a lack of understanding about the singing voice. Students often relate the singing voice to the speaking voice. They do not realize how much energy it takes to produce tones substantially higher than those they use in speaking. This is particularly true with the young baritone, who has to learn to deal with his rapidly growing vocal apparatus that often reacts in a rather erratic manner. However, any students who are inexperienced singers might have to be taught to understand their vocal instruments and how to use them properly…..
Gloria Storrington Mass -
Psalm Today is born our savior, Christ the Lord – Guimont
Preparation of Gifts
Silent Night 352 – Choir Binder