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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# #beginquote# Thank you for your suggestion. There is one member of the choir who has been singing in church choirs since childhood unfortunatly he is not one of natures born teachers. Incidently I think that I am a bass as this is where I have been put in the gruop but I have some difficulty in reaching the really low notes. I put this down lack of breathing exercises. I have recently joined my church choir but I can not read music. Are the musical notes in the hymn books which accompany the words the same as those used in playing the hymn on, say, a piano? Is there some "trick" that can be employed in helping the completely illiterate to understand the various notes and the language used.Just for information I am nearly Seventy Years old #endquote# #endquote#
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