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Practice Tracks Spring 2019

Practice aids for preparing for WVC's visits to nursing homes & senior centers
in June and August 2019.
Stream or download practice tracks.

WVC Spring 2019 Music Program

                                    *Cambridge Songs Suite No. 2                       music by Jim Taylor 
                                    *The Magnificat                                              Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

                                      Give My Regards to Broadway                     arr. by Carl Strommen 
                                      Who Could Ask for Anything More? (SSA)  arr. by Jay Althouse 
                                      Leading Men (TTBB)                                    arr. by Mac Huff 
                                      A Sentimental Journey Thru the 40’s             arr. by Hawley Ades

(*) was performed at Carnegie Hall on Monday, June 10th.
These practice tracks include the Broadway melodies.
Also listen to or download WVC's 2010 performance of A Sentimental Journey Thru the 40's.  (see below)

Click here for Practice Tracks for Sopranos
Click here for Practice Tracks for Altos
Click here for Practice Tracks for Tenors
Click here for Practice Tracks for Basses


Listen and practice to Jim Taylor's LeTourneau Singers performing the Cambridge Songs:

Here is a YouTube video of the Pergolesi Magnificat: 
1. Magnificat (2:49);    2. Et misericordia (1:44);  3. Deposuit (1:47);  4. Suscepit Israel (1:51);  5. Sicut locutus est... Gloria (3:34)


Listen to the WVC perform A Sentimental Journey thru the 40's at their Spring 2010 concert:
Below you can download these songs to your computer; make a CD, move to your smartphone or tablet.

Here are some more YouTube videos of the other Broadway favorites in the program:
Jay Althouse arrangement of Gershwin songs Who Could Ask for Anything More?  (for SSA chorus):

Carl Strommen's arrangement of George M. Cohen's Give My Regards to Broadway:

Mac Huff's arrangement: Leading Men  (for TTBB chorus but only the first 9 pages):