|Jay Fee recording engineer keeps an ear on us|
No more rain, no more steady afternoon traffic -- now all we had to deal with was keeping the energy up as the evening wore on.
Being a night person with a biological clock that resets every weekend despite my up before the dawn weekdays, I was still perky at 10:00 pm.
At 10:01, however, all the standing in one place started to get tough and a coffee break would have done wonders.
No time to run down to Bridgehead at that point, so instead, I alternated falling asleep standing up and giggling at nothing.
|Altos and Sopranos take a break|
oh.. and singing.
|ready to record|
#Recording a #CD -- Cantate Domino -- Part 4 - The Rhythm of the Night. nblo.gs/CaY43 #choir #choral #Ottawa #choirhowtoThank goodness we could take occasional (quiet!) breaks when Jason and Pete had to listen to each complete take.
— Stairwell Carollers (@StairwellChoir) September 15, 2012
|Pete grabs a healthy bite|
|Felicia and Rene compare notes|
Some took powernaps, some relaxed with tea and a chat -- everyone was so at ease with each other.
|Josee and Paul pose for a sweet pic|
And, despite the lateness, everyone snapped to attention as Pete and Jay signaled each song "in the bag".
|Martha stretches out|
Just that accomplishment gave us the extra burst to continue.
Like eating an elephant
-- ONE. BITE. AT. A. TIME.
No elephant was injured during this recording.
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Jump ahead to.. Part 5 - Solo
Cantate Domino is dedicated to the memory of Paul Churchill, Tenor, whose voice and heart will be forever remembered.