Welcome to the St Sylvester Adult “Virtual Choir” project Round 2 – Precious Lord!
Everyone who loves to sing is welcome to participate in this fun and exciting project by learning (or re-learning if you were already in choir) the song – Precious Lord. Our last project (The Cross of Jesus) was very well received by the parish and can still be viewed on the website
You can download the print copy PDF and learn the appropriate voice part (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) as you listen using the link provided and sing along! Instructions for how to record and submit are also linked below.
The song and the process are fairly easy and this will be a new and exciting way to participate in the music program here at St. Sylvester. You do not have to be a current choir member to participate. Please submit your voice part by Friday, May 7 to be included in this project.
Please click here to view instructions on how to record your part for Precious Lord.
Please click the appropriate voice part below to listen/learn and to and sing along with for recording.
Call Clark Blanton at 631-928-0821 if you have questions or would like help with how to get started!
Once we are able to gather once again in community with one and other, just a remider that the Adult Choir sings “most” weeks at the 11:00AM mass. The Adult Choir is open to all teens and young adults (high school and college age) and adults who enjoy all styles of music. The repertoire of music for this group calls for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass voicing for rich harmony. We are always welcoming of new members, especially altos and men for balance.
Read this: You do not have to read music. There is no audition. The only requirement is a desire to sing in a friendly, non-threatening liturgical setting. We’re all learning together! Very rewarding!
The Adult Choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings at 7:30PM in the church, with additional rehearsal time Sunday at 10:15AM on the following dates:
Come join the Adult Choir family. It’s free! It’s captivating and invigorating – you’ll see!
The Adult Choir is under the direction of Therese Blanton.