Virtual Music Project

Our Music Director, Jon Novak, is working on Virtual Choir pieces for the congregation. A Virtual Choir piece is an audio and video recording of individuals singing that is editted into one video. This video can be included in the Live Streaming of Worship services that we have been doing since March, 2020.

The first video will be the Psalmody (Let My Prayer Rise Up) from the Holden Evening Prayer service. We envision using this for our midweek Advent services that start on December 2. The Psalmody is easy to sing and most everybody is familiar with it. As it is meant for two part congregational singing, every body from the congregation is invited to participate. Recordings are due by Wednesday, November 25 so that all the required editing can be completed.

Here is everything you need to participate in this Virtual Choir project. Review the instruction sheet, print the sheet music for your use, and listen to the Learning/Timing Audio track for your part.
Virtual Choir Information / Instructions
Sheet music for Let My Prayer Rise Up
Learning/Timing Track for Part 1 Singers
Learning/Timing Track for Part 2 Singers

We Transfer provides an easy way to send your recorded music/video to Jon. Open up a browser on your device and go to We Transfer (https://wetransfer.com) . If it is the first time using We Transfer on the device, agree to their use of cookies. Then type in your email address, Jon’s email (jonnovak@icloud.com), an optional message, and attach your audio/video file. Next click the Send button. You will receive an email with a verification code that you use to respond to the We Transfer prompt. That will do it and your file is on the way to Jon.

Have any questions? Contact Jon Novak. Email: jonnovak@icloud.com Phone: Use the phone number from the church directory