We’re meeting Tuesday evenings
1950 Sterling Place, Hood River
in the banquet room on the 4th floor
We have several members and family members with health issues that put them in high risk, so if you’re not feeling well, please take that week off and review your music at home. There will be other rehearsals.
Everyone’s voice is uniquely their own. Some of us have “high” voices and some of us have ‘low” voices — we can hear the difference, but where does your voice fit into the “low to high” musical notes that we hear on the radio, in church, in the shower or car, etc??
Here’s an illustration showing the middle portion of a piano with Middle C and showing the ranges of male and female voices. On an average, the range for male voices is between the deep low F and a high Bb, and the range for female voices is between a low Eb and a high F.
For fun, just start singing or humming “Row Row Row Your Boat” — based on early childhood memories, your first note will probably be Middle-C (or men might start on the lower C)… but “C” is somehow locked into our heads.
Any questions, send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org