Soprano Rehearsal Files

Fall 2019 program

Click on the name of the song to open the playback.

A Christmas Carol (Lehrer, Arr. P. Dent)
Christmas Time is Here (Charlie Brown/Mendelson, Guaraldi)
Christus Factus Est (Rheinberger)
Christus Nobis Natus Est (Seger)
Domnuleţ şi Domn din cer (Gheorghe Cuco)
In Dulci Jubilo (Arr. Matthew Culloton) Soprano 1  Soprano 2
In the Bleak Mid-winter (Rosetti)
Lux Aeterna (Elgar) Soprano 1  Soprano 2
Madrigal for Christmas (Arr. John Leavitt) Soprano 1  Soprano 2
Messe Solennelle (Louis Vierne) Kyrie Gloria Sanctus Benedictus Agnus Dei
Miss Fogarty’s Christmas Cake (Horn, Arr. P. Dent)
Rorate Coeli
Psallite (Praetorius)
Run, Come Quick (Arr. Dexter)
Snowflakes (Houston)
There Shall a Star Recitative (Mendelssohn)
There Shall a Star Chorus (Mendelssohn)
The Sleigh (Kountz)
We Need a Little Christmas (Jerry Herman)

What if the practice file will not open or play?

The links on the Newcombe website direct to a file that is intended to play with an audio player associated with the Newcombe Singers Google Drive. Problems arise when a setting in your browser, or some history with another Google service, overrides what is supposed to happen.

The brute force solution is to purge the information your browser retains and start afresh. In general, an icon in the upper right corner of a browser (3 dots, 3 lines) allows access to “settings” or “options” as drop-down menus. Within the choices, you are generally looking for “Clear browsing data”, or “Site data”, or “History”. These may be hidden under “Privacy and Security” and/or “Advanced settings”. When you clear the data, select browsing history, cookies and saved website data, and cached data and files.

If you have an automatic login to a Google account as part of the way you use your browser, this may interfere with our audio player. You can sign out of your Google account, and then access our files.

Good housekeeping security tip: all browsers have a setting to “purge cookies and website data on exit” or “never remember history”. You can also tell the browser to never remember your passwords, account settings, and other personal information stored for your “covenience”. Browsers and websites run just fine without this personal information exposure. If it ain’t stored , it can’t be stolen.

And remember to turn on your speakers. 😊

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