Monday, September 24, 2012

Recording a CD -- Cantate Domino -- Part 5 - Solo

Morgan prepares for his solo
  Wednesday night, May 23rd, was very upbeat. 
Helen loves her new phone

Pete and Susan strategize
                  A regular choir practice night, we were all long-trained to be ready to sing until 9:00 pm and this night proved no different. We were well on schedule, in fact, so much so most of the choir left a bit early, while a few of us stayed to watch Morgan record his solo.      
One of the many works of art at St Barnabus

Adam's shirt message seemed appropriate.

Still in high school, but mature in his musical discipline for his age, Morgan nailed the solo in just a few takes.

Extremely focused yet relaxed, Morgan watches Jay for his cue to start

You can pre-order CANTATE DOMINO HERE

Cantate Domino is dedicated to the memory of Paul Churchill, Tenor, whose voice and heart will be forever remembered.

Cantate Domino will be pressed in October -- if you live in the Ottawa area, you can purchase our CDs directly from choir members. 

You can also buy them at Ottawa area stores, online, or at our live concerts.


  1. You are right, Holly,
    Morgan is mature in his discipline. Way to go Morgan.
    At a recording, i told him how professional I think he is. Always ready, no talking on the job, on time, very focused. Some choristers could learn from him. :)
    From an old soprano to a young tenor

    1. Thx for the comment Denyse -- everyone has their strengths and we can all continue learning every day.
      Holly :)


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