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|Posted By:||behweemoth, Tue, 9 Dec 2008 More from this user|
|Key written in:||B♭ Major|
|How many parts:||4|
|Comments:||Unfortunately, the Learning Tracks provided for this Tag contain a mistake in the Bass track. On the second-to-last chord (“my__”), the Bass should sing D-flat (Db) but is actually singing D-natural in the learning tracks, changing the chord from the written root-position Db6 to a first-inversion and thus weak-voiced Bb7. That messes up the intended emotional feel of the penultimate chord.|
Basses, just remember to sing that penultimate note a semitone flatter than you hear on the learning track.
Correction to the note: The bass note of the learning is sung as E-flat, so it is correctly sung a whole tone lower than on the track.
|ALL FILES:||Zip file containing 6 files|
|All Parts mix:||or listen now:||
Each recording below is stereo - one part on one side, the other parts on the other side.
Adjust your audio balance control to either hear your part by itself or remove your part so you can harmonise with the other three.
|Bass:||or listen now:||
|Baritone:||or listen now:||
|Lead:||or listen now:||
|Tenor:||or listen now:||
|Arranger:||Bob Bohn||Year: unknown|
|Made famous by:||Easternaires||Year: 1955|
|Learning tracks sung by:||Daniel Gillis||www.vocalharmonies.com|
|With thanks to:||Daniel Gillis||www.vocalharmonies.com|