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Re: Auditions for Church Choir (Mozart's "Sparrow Mass)
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Here's a link to listen to the Mass. We'll be having an orchestra too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XATBP_VWGoQ


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Cantantes in Cordibus (CIC) the mixed choir that sings at the Latin Mass at St.Anthony's downtown every Sunday continues to welcome new voices- especially altos and sopranos!. Rehearsals are every Wednesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Come by and introduce yourself to our very talented and congenial director, Simone Ferraresi (http://home.simoneferraresi.com/). Ability to sight read is preferred but is not a prerequisite. One needs only the ability to blend in and contribute to our sound. We are currently practicing for Christmas Eve when we will sing a short concert at 8:30 PM followed by 9:00 PM Mass which will feature the ordinary setting of Mozart's Missa brevis No. 10 in C major, K. 220/196b. The mass is called the Sparrow Mass (or Spatzenmesse) on account of "the violin figures in the Hosanna" of the Sanctus,[1] repeated after the Benedictus, which "recall the chirping of birds."[2] It may have been performed on 7 April 1776, during a celebration of Easter Mass at the Salzburg Cathedral.[3] A copy was loaned to the Heiligenkreuz Monastery the following year. The Sparrow Mass is the first of five Mozart wrote in the same key, C major, as if he was setting himself a compositional challenge.[4] Furthermore, Mozart wrote four other missae breves in C major.[5]Karl Geiringer notes that K. 220 was one of the models S?ssmayer used when completing Mozart's Requiem K.

Singers are welcome to just join us for Christmas or, even better, to join us for each Sunday.

PM me or call Dan at 201 406 9960 for more information.

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