Windchoir

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  • Fgs_fds

    great

    1 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Thornspire

    hey thanks I wish you a happy new year as well ;)

    2 Ene 2010 Responder
  • Thornspire

    Omg our temperature is NOTHING compared to the one you have to endure ... and no I won't serve in the army, although I do have the possibility ... But this was merely an examination of my physical and psychic consitution and abilities ... I still have some time to make the final decision (which is already made in any way ^^)

    18 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    Wow, frankly I was surprised about your Shout because I couldn't recall leaving you one. Well good to hear that you like it ;-) I'm quite good. I came home just now from the medical and physical examination at the military ... It's freking freezing cold here ... I guess where you live it's much colder though ... Kind Regards ..

    17 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    By the way did you listen to Ihsahn's newly released song "Frozen lakes on Mars" from his next Album "After"? I think it's awesome... http://www.guitarworld.com/ihsahn_frozen_lakes_on_mars Hope you like it ... I surely do...

    20 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    Hi ... what do you mean by "it seems you're somwhere else" ??? I didn't quite understand your point ... but I know it when Mozart's playing all over yout head xD Frankly I envy you. I mean the only Choir I was in was the Choir in school ... but as it is now I'm not a student anymore ... thus it's a bit annoying that there's not the MUST GO THE CHOIR anymore... moreover it's only once a week so it's not much of a session... Well kind regards to you :D

    20 Nov 2009 Responder
  • mighty_z

    Ты уже участвуешь в Sony's Fantasy Festival? Это весело. http://fantasyfestival.lastfm.ru/invite/?key=f58cc7472a12ffab34ba7fe86d5b5c48&r=Windchoir

    15 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    Here are some impressions: The King's Singers Danny Boy, and Irish folk song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfGTq71VXfo A piece of extreme length and skill required to sing it. La Guerre by Janequin. Wrote around 1550. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsNQ0d26ipw Abendlied by Josef Rheinberger http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2UDxgpxq5o Chanticleer A folk song from the country I forgot :P http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUVtqm_SgA4 A scottish folk song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PTZG2cHM5g And a piece of music from a composer which I also forgot :P http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg1l65xiGkY They perform pieces from very unkown composers which makes it twice as fascinating. Hope you enjoy ;)

    31 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    I do like Jazz Ensembles. That is also reflected in my Library. However the King's Singers and Chanticleer are both more classical oriented ensembles with a very wide spectrum of Reperoire. The problem with these Artists is that most of their music is not available on the internet. Thus I had to buy the CDs by them wich I do not regret in the slightest. Both of these Ensembles sing music from the Renaissance, Baroque, the Classical Period and also Music from the 19th century with wich I mean Romantic music... I guess you can listen to little parts of all of their songs on Amazon and get an idea of how great they are. If you like what you hear you can decide whether or not you want to buy one. I never regreted any Cd that I bought from these two Ensembles. But you have to make your own opinion.

    31 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    I know that you're very much interested in choral music, but how do you like small vocal ensembles? If you look at my profile then you'll see that I'm very much into this kind of music. It's of course not the same. It's different than choral music. But in a way I think it's a reduction to the essential ... Or is it not? Kind regards, I haven't write in a long while now. In the meantime I made my exam :P

    31 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thurid22

    The fall is strange this year...

    19 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thurid22

    I'm looking for a winter... maybe you've seen her? ;)

    17 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thurid22

    Oh, we're great,thanks for asking :) Today I woke up and saw my little doughter covered in baby's cream... everything was in cream... even my hair :P

    9 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thurid22

    That would be a big thing listen to Gorecki's symphony :) I'm still on maternity leave and i do not want to think about return to work ;)

    6 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thurid22

    прив'ет! ! как жиьёш? :P

    5 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    No I havent's sung in anything non-classical yet. That's because I don't like singing alone. I like the working-together. If I would sing in a Metal band, I would probably get into the spotlight faster than I can open my mouth. And I don't want that. How about you?

    5 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    I think I'm a lower baritone but I always sing the lowest line. Although I think I'm no real bass singer. Cause a real bass singer could reach the Contra A or at least the deep C. Once In my lifetime I was able to whisper that note (Contra A), but not sing it. What exactly do you mean by "non-academic band" ?? Btw: Which voice do you have???

    3 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    I guess practice is the most important thing. You should take every opportunity to sing if you like to sing in choirs. :)

    2 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    Well I started singing as a 6 year old, although we didn't really sang anything difficult. But in every school I was I sang in the choir. And in my latest school (15-18) our Choir was really good. We sang stuff that's really difficult, like Motettes by Palestrina, Operettas, Jazz Arrangements, the Requiem by Mozart, the Messiah by Händel and many other kind of pieces. But I never took any professional training. (Which I would very much want to take) I would just !love! to be in a some sort of a cappella ensemble and earn a living with that.

    2 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Thornspire

    I too love singing in a Choir. Just how great would it be if you could earn a living with it. What a shame, that's hardly possible.

    1 Oct 2009 Responder
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