Our Music Director, Jon Novak, is working on Virtual Choir pieces for the congregation. A Virtual Choir piece is audio and/or video recordings of individuals singing that are editted together into one video. The videos will be included in the Live Streaming of Worship services like those we have been doing since March, 2020.
Project Five – Hallelujah Chorus
This project is for anyone in the congregation and our friends at Omaha Lutheran Campus Ministry. It’s been a tough year and Jon decided we all could use a little Hallelujah in our lives. Have fun recording your chosen part. Submissions are due to Jon Novak by March 14, 2021. The sooner the better!
– How to record your video
– Sheet music – print this music single sided and sing-a-long
– Sing-a-long Track – Soprano
– Sing-a-long Track – Alto
– Sing-a-long Track – Tenor
– Sing-a-long Track – Bass
Have any questions? Contact Jon Novak. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: Use the phone number from the church directory
Project Four – Holy and Mighty
This was a project is for the choir only. It’s a piece we have done before, so you should be somewhat familiar with it. Submissions were due January 20, 2021.
Project Three – Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming
This project was for the choir only. Submissions were due December 27.
Supporting files have been removed since this project was completed.
Project Two – We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Our second video project is “We Wish You A Merry Christmas”. Everyone in the congregation is invited to participate as we all know the tune. Sing along with the recording on any part if you can read music or just the melody. We’ll do this just like when we go caroling. It’s about a 50 second clip and the final result will be an acappella video. Please deliver your vidoe (or audio-only) file to Jon Novak by Sunday, December 13. Feel free to submit more than one recording of different parts as the more parts help the overall chorus sound a lot.
Project One – Psalmody: Let My Prayer Rise Up
Our first video was the Psalmody (Let My Prayer Rise Up) from the Holden Evening Prayer service. This is being used for our midweek Advent services that started on December 2. This project was completed as recordings were due by Wednesday, November 25 .