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Why singing is good for you...
Reduces Snoring

Trials at Exeter University have concluded that regular singing reduces snoring by up to 90%. But putting an end to snoring is not the only health benefit - here are some of the other good reasons for bursting into song:
Boosts Immunity
Joining a choir could reduce your risk of coughs and colds, a Frankfurt University study suggests. Singing raised immunoglobulin A, which boosts the Immune system.
Strengthens your heart
Singing helps tone the body, says Helen Furness, who leads a Singing for Health programme in Scotland: `Singing exercises the abdominal and heart muscles.'
Improves Memory
Singing is transforming the lives of dementia patients. Chreanne Montgomery-Smith founded the Alzheimer's Society 'Singing for the Brain' project. She says: "It would seem music has the ability to access words."
Eases Asthma
A handfull of studies, including a trial which reported improvements in lung function, suggest singing can help control asthma.

A series of 'tongue in cheek' articles starting with the 'Sopranos',
the other parts to be 'slagged off' in due course !!
 SOPRANOS - who are they ?
They are the ones who sing the highest, and because of this they think they rule the world. They have longer hair, fancier jewellery, and swishier skirts than anyone else, and they consider themselves insulted if they are not allowed to go at least to a high F in every movement of any given piece. When they reach the high notes, they hold them for at least half again as long as the composer and/ or conductor requires, and then complain that their throats are killing them and that the composer and conductor are sadists. Sopranos have varied attitudes toward the other sections of the chorus, though they consider all of them inferior.

Altos are to sopranos rather like second violins to first violins; nice to harmonize with, but not really necessary. All sopranos have a secret feeling that the altos could drop out and the piece would sound essentially the same, and they don't understand why anybody would sing in that range in the first place - it's so boring.

Tenors, on the other hand, can be very nice to have around; besides their flirtation possibilities (it is a well-known fact that sopranos never flirt with basses), sopranos like to sing duets with tenors because all the tenors are doing is working very hard to sing in a low-to-medium soprano range, while the sopranos are up there in the stratosphere showing off.

To sopranos, basses are the scum of the earth - they sing too darn loud, are useless to tune to because they're down in that low, low range, and there has to be something wrong with anyone who sings in the F clef, anyway.

1). How to download sheet music from the website, J.W.Pepper...


1. Go online at (an American sheet music supplier) or use the link on our own website link page.

2. From the Pepper homepage - Click on EPRINT delivery

! If you haven't already done so, download SCORCH viewer (this is free, quick, safe, and enables you to preview,hear and print music) You will not be able to proceed without this software!

3. Choosing the music required
Enter the order no in the box e.g. [pepper# 3303640 E ]

By selecting the various options, you will be able to:-
a). Hear the music
b). Preview a page
c). Set up an E print download

4. Follow all on-screen instructions for:-
a). Selecting/ordering music
b). Paying for this piece ($1.98 about £1 )
c). Printing your music ( 9 x A4 pages )

E PRINT procedure
It's very easy to use,a safe website, the music is instantly available to you and is considerably cheaper than in the U.K.

* I'd be grateful if you could print an extra copy for a 'choir friend' who does not have access to a computer and agree terms with them!

2). How to obtain copies of 'Faure Requiem'

If you wish to obtain your own music direct from the supplier, proceed as follows-

Log on to the Chad Singers' website and select the link to

To find Faure 'Requiem'

From the home page -select sheet music vocal & choral SATB
this will locate the music
Proceed with ordering instructions

When the pieces are in the 'shopping basket' proceed to the payment section.

3). How to obtain a FREE copy of 'And the Glory of the Lord'

A FREE download can be obtained by visiting the website
4). How to obtain a FREE copy of 'The Heavens are Telling'

A FREE download can be obtained by clicking here or by visiting the website

We would welcome NEW members to the choir, particularly men - tenors and bass.

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