Gregorian 101 – update


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The flyer for our ‘Chant 101’ session has gone out confirming that once again our good friends at Orange Street Music are kindly allowing us to use their venue. If you are interested in coming please let us know at the usual email address.

Saturday 18th October 2008

10.00-12.00 in Orange Street Music Venue

Interested in Gregorian Chant?

Haven’t a clue about neumes, four lines, where ‘doh’ is?

This session is for you! We will look at the absolute basics

  • What are those square notes?
  • What key is it in?
  • Basics of reading the music – in which order are the notes sung?
  • Some common ‘shorthand’ used in printed copies
  • Practice some simple melodies which we will use in the November workshop
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