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This page will soon have links to the rehearsal files for the January, 2018 Carnegie Hall trip! The links will be live as soon as the corresponding sound files are uploaded.
Rehearsal files - 1) In caelum fero 2) Chorale: Za Ma Ba 3) Adiemus 4) Song of the Spirit 5) Chorale: Elegia 6) Kayama 8) Tintinnabulum Part II 9) Chorale: Cantilena 10) Zarabanda 11) Chorale: Hymn 12) Song of the Plains
Can & Bottle Drive: The can and bottle drive is ongoing! Bring your empties to rehearsal on Sunday OR take them directly to Shulman's and ask to have the amount credited to the Cantata Singers. It's that easy! Shulman's is also reimbursing us for any other metal or corrugated cardboard you'd care to drop off!
Amazon Smile: If you're shopping online simply go to http://smile.amazon.com/ (or click the link) and specify Cantata Singers as your charity of choice. It's really that easy!
Converting files to AAC format
AAC files play on your iPod. To convert files to AAC format go to iTunes. The directions may vary depending on what version you are using. For more recent versions go to File - Create new version and choose Create AAC version. For older versions of iTunes go to Advanced on the toolbar and select Create AAC Version in the menu.
BUS: M5, M7, M10, M20, M31, M57, and M104 stop nearby. MTA Info: 718-330-1234
This space will have information about transportation for singers and tickets for family and friends as soon as we have that information!
Slowing the Tempo in Windows Media Player: You can slow the tempo by right clicking your mouse on the large blue play button. Your options will be slow, normal or fast playback. The keyboard shortcuts for those commands follow:
Ctrl+Shift+S = Slow playback Ctrl+Shift+N = Normal playback Ctrl+Shift+G = Fast playback
Slowing the Tempo in Quicktime on Mac or Windows machines: If you are using Quicktime 7 changing the speed of playback of rehearsal files can be easily accomplished by opening the A/V Controls window. To get there click on the "Windows" menu and select "Show A/V Controls" or use the control and K keys to open the window. The tempo slider control is on the bottom right hand corner of the window. Using the mouse or trackpad simply slide the control to the desired speed.
If you don't already have Quicktime 7, you can download it for free from this link. Select the version that is right for your computer and you are in business!