Rehearsal Notes for Fall 2017
Haydn Kyrie (starts pg 2):
- This will start in 8 – 8th note gets the beat.
- m 11 (pg 3): Switch to 4 – quarter note beat. You may want to circle the Solo and Tutti sections so you know where to come in.
- m 26 (pg 5): All Sopranos now have the melody – taking over from the soloist.
- m 82-83 (pg 11): Please memorize these tow measure so you can turn the page early.
- m 84 (pg 12): Breat after first note. Probably want 8th note and 8th rest for the 1st beat.
- m 92-93: WTC (watch the conductor) because Anne may slow down here.
Haydn Gloria (starts pg 13):
- Note that this is in 3 and will be fast.
Haydn Qui tollis (starts pg 21):
- 8th note gets the beat.
- m 154 (pg 24): Break after 1st beat.
- m 173 (pg 26): Whisper.
- m 178: Alto make sure you get the C-natural.
Haydn Quoniam tu solus Sanctus (starts pg 28):
- Starting m 225 (pg 30): This will be faster.
Haydn Credo (starts pg 36):
- In 4 – quarter note gets the beat.
Haydn Et incarnatus est (starts pg 39):
- Chorus comes in at m 58 (pg 41) and 8th note beat.
Haydn Et resurrexit (starts pg 44):
- Might want to mark m 161 (pg 48) since it will be a frequent starting point.
- m 179-184 (pg 49): WTC
Haydn Et vitam venturi saeculi (starts pg 50):
- Half note beat.
Lauridsen Introitus (starts pg 1):
- Note for the entire piece: Break at all breath marks and no breaks (stagger breathing) at all other places.
- m 17 (pg 2): This is the “home chord” to which we keep returning.
Lauridsen Agnus Dei (starts pg 35):
- Starting m 116 (pg 48): This should be very joyful.