Singing with the Men’s Chorus

I know it has been forever since I last posted anything of note, but hopefully I can make up for it with exciting new posts over the next few weeks. There is something extremely powerful about the music of the human voice. Though I never had any formal training in singing, my exposure to church choir along with studying the violin since I was six resulted gave me confidence in any sort of vocal endeavors.

This past weekend, I was able to participate in a Stake Conference, singing the 1st tenor part in the Men’s Chorus for an intermediate hymn and the closing song. While these are raw recordings, I really enjoyed the a cappella introduction to God Be With You ‘Til We Meet Again. Great music with inspirational speakers made for a good¬†¬†weekend overall. Enjoy!

Come, O Thou King of Kings: [sc_embed_player fileurl=”″]

God Be With You ‘Til We Meet Again: [sc_embed_player fileurl=”″]

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2 thoughts on “Singing with the Men’s Chorus

  1. Dan Reyes says:

    I agree. I love choral music too. I’ve been the choir director in my ward for about a year now. I think you’re right about playing the violin being a help. I’m surprised how much string playing technique has in common with vocal technique.

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