Rachel Velarde sings “Mouse” solo from Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb

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Rachel Velarde, mezzo-soprano, sings the “Mouse” solo from Benjamin Britten’s “Rejoice in the Lamb.” Scottsdale Choral Artists, Jennaya Robison, conductor. Dr. Guy Whatley, organ. Live in concert at Camelback Bible Church, Phoenix, AZ. April 11, 2010.

When The Saints Go Marching In – Harmonica Solo

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Traditional Hymn Song. Arranged for harmonica trio with a tenor part and played by Kyong Hwa Lee. Suzuki Alto Single Harmonica used for base. Suzuki Chromatix SCX-48 used for Melody and Alto/Tenor parts. Adobe Audition2.0 used for audio mixing.
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“When The Saints Go Marching In”, often referred to as “The Saints”, is an American gospel hymn that has taken on certain aspects of folk music. The precise origins of the song are not known. Though it originated as a Christian hymn, today people are more likely to hear it played by a jazz band.

Traditionally, this song is often used as a funeral march. In the funeral music tradition of New Orleans, Louisiana, often called the “jazz funeral”, a band would play the this tune as a dirge, then switch to the familiar upbeat “hot” or “Dixieland” style.

Louis Armstrong was one of the first to make the tune into a nationally known pop-tune in the 1930s.

Later, this song is used by a number of sport teams. The following is a partial list of notable uses:
American Football:
New Orleans Saints (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
Baylor University (Waco, Texas, USA) Also serves as a fight song for Baylor’s other sports teams.
Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah, USA) Played by school’s marching band during its pregame show.
College basketball fight song :
Providence College (Providence, Rhode Island, USA)
Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Saint Louis University (St. Louis, Missouri, USA)
Association Football (Soccer):
Adelaide United (Adelaide, Australia) substituting “Reds” for “Saints”
Fulham F.C. (London, England) substituting “Whites” (the club’s nickname) for “Saints”
Colorado Rapids (Denver, Colorado) substituting “Rapids” for “Saints”
Toronto F.C. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) substituting “Reds” (the club’s nickname) for “Saints”………………..more and more…..

Wedding Ceremony Pachelbel’s Canon Raleigh Durham North Carolina solo guitar music

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Pachelel’s Canon by Johann Pachelbel (1680) arranged for solo classical guitar performance. Often played as a processional during a wedding ceremony as the bridal party walks up the aisle to join the groom and await the bride.

This arrangement is in standard guitar tuning so that the guitarist does not have to re-tune for the Bridal Chorus.

Felix Mendelssohn – Wedding March (guitar solo) – St. Luke’s Chapel – Charleston, South Carolina

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Video recorded at St. Luke’s Chapel in Charleston, South Carolina

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Crown Him With Many Crowns with O Worship the King – Solo Organ – Broadway Baptist Church

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“Crown Him With Many Crowns with O Worship the King” arranged by Susan Caudill and performed by Jason D. Payne on the 191 Rank Rildia Bee O’Bryan Cliburn Casavant Organ of Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas.