|Type of post:||Chorus news item|
|Date Posted:||Wed, 3 Jan 2018|
|To keep the chorus repertoire moving forward and creating more variety for repeat customers, the chorus will be introducing one old piece and two new ones in the new year.
In preparation for contest in April, we will be pulling from our library the ever-popular, "Let The Rest Of The World Go By". This is a great, easy-swing ballad with a wonderful message of love and hope.
By popular request, we will be adding an arrangement of Leonard Cohen's, "Hallelujah". Made popular by k.d. lang at the 2010 Olympics, this lilting tune is a special crowd-pleaser.
The third new song for the mix is an arrangement done specifically for the Chilliwack Harmony Chorus by Seattle-based arranger, Matt Astle, entitled, "Fields of Gold", made popular by STING!
If these look like songs you'd like to sing, come join us every Monday night at 7:00 pm and thrill to the joy of hearing your voice in harmony with like-minded community members.