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The Noteables & You’ve Got Male Performance
May 6, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$10
The Noteables and You’ve Got Male will present their spring concert “We Are the Song” May 6 at 7:30 pm at the SteamPlant.
The title of our concert series will be “We Are The Song,” celebrating the power of music to inspire, uplift and heal.
The Noteables will sing:
- The Voice Haunting song by Celtic Woman about the voice that leads us.
- Forty Second Street From Broadway show, Forty Second Street. Pure fun, sassy lyrics, snappy rhythms. Eric Heltzel on trumpet.
- The Silence and the Song This is a beautiful song about the quiet moments that fall in between all the crazy events in our lives.
- We Can Plant A Forest A song about taking care of the planet. Plant trees, ideas and love wherever you go.
- Ain’t Misbehavin by Fats Waller A nice slow blues from the 1930’s. Paired with another short song about Mark Twain’s misbehavior.
- Come To the Music by favorite composer, Joseph Martin. ” Music is the sound of creation”. Did this 6 seasons ago. We are so much stronger now!! Has a great piccolo part to be played by Mary Cuyler.
You’ve Got Male will sing:
- Brothers in Song A lively celebration of men joining together to sing.
- Headin’ Home Close harmonies, Nature images, Finding home
- Come In From the Firefly Darkness Beautiful harmonies about a wanderer who travels by the light of the fireflies
- Love Me Like A Rock Paul Simon’s upbeat, in the groove tune from the 70’s
- Skye Boat Song The haunting Scottish melody about Bonnie Prince Charlie escaping to the island of Skye.
- and one more still undecided
The Noteables and You’ve Got Male will join together for:
- Together Hand and Hand A beautiful song about unity, freedom and peace. “There are no strangers in our chorus”.
- Let All Nations Sing Joyful, uptempo celebration of music with Eric Heltzel on trumpet
- Pineywood Mountain A Southern Appalachian foot stomper and all around just plain fun song to sing.
- Song of the River Let the river flow through our lives and trust its journey
- Rhythms of One World Totally fun. Clapping, rhythmic, syncopated, lots of percussion for Kurt. “Dance to the rhythms of one world and sing joyfully in friendship and peace”.
- We Are the Song by local singer/songwriter, Mark Rostenko. I am determined to arrange it for three or four parts. It’s a mighty big challenge. We’ll see!
Music for the spirit, for the heart, for the laughter, for the camaraderie, for the pure joy of coming together as one in song!!
The suggested donation is $10 to help pay for the cost of music, publicity, and the Salida Sings scholarship fund. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
For more information, please call Linda Taylor at (719) 539-2428 or visit the Salida Sings website at: www.salidasings.org.