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Social and joyous, singing frees the soul and relieves the stresses of everyday life. Because the essence of singing is internal, it is felt more deeply than playing an instrument and therefore has a more profound and personal effect. –Vicki G

5th Grade CHOIR

News: Updated March 2020
  • Choir is working on Spring Music.  See home page for concert information.
Contact!

Mrs. Sharon Evans

shevans@capousd.org

ALWAYS include your child's school when emailing me.

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Purple Team 4/5 Block Music Locker
8/21/19 9:24 PM
9/5/19 3:24 PM
Honor Choir Audition Info
  1. Warm-up with teacher
  2. Sing My Country Tis' of Thee in key of F
  3. Tonal Memory: Sing back what teacher sings to you.

Singing is one of the simplest and yet most powerful forms of music-making. It doesn’t cost anything, anyone can learn, and everyone possesses an instrument. All the basic elements of music – pitch, melody, harmony, timbre, rhythm, dynamics, expression and so on - can be learned through singing. In fact, because of the lack of an instrument, singing is the quickest and most direct way to learn and internalize music. Crucially, it is also vital for developing a ‘good ear’ – you cannot have one without the other. –Vicki W