4월 15일 주일예배 _유스오케스트라 악보

 

{Flutes}     HeHasRisen&GrantedUsEternalLife_Flute.pdf
{Violins}    HeHasRisen&GrantedUsEternalLife_Violin.pdf

{Alto Sax}  HeHasRisen&GrantedUsEternalLife_AltoSax.pdf
{Cellos}     HeHasRisen&GrantedUsEternalLife_Cello.pdf

{Score]       HeHasRisen&GrantedUsEternalLife_SCORE.pdf

 

Hello Hebron Youth Orchestra Members,

I wanted to clarify that there are musical notations (DAL SEGNO/D.S AL CODA) that are not notated on your music:

**When you get to the end of measure 51 (where D.S. should have been notated which means "to the segno sign"), please jump back to measure 27 (where the segno symbol should have been notated)

**Play from measure 27 (segno ) until the end of measure 34 (where al Coda/to Coda should have been notated, which means "to the coda" --> al )

**At the end of measure 34 (al /to Coda), jump to the beginning of measure 53 (where the coda symbol should have been) and continue to the end of the song (Fine)


BRIEF RECAP:

End of measure 51 --> Jump back to measure 27 and play until --> End of measure 34 --> Where you will jump forward to measure 53 --> and play until END/FINE


THANK YOU {ILHWAN} for pointing this out and reminding me!!!!

Additional notes:

{Tutti} The choir is a capella on measures 54-57, so all of you might have to TUTTI TACET (all instrumentalists do not play) on those measures and jump back in/start playing again starting on measure 58

{Woojin} Measures 44-51 might be an Alto Solo, so you might have to TACET on those measures

I hope this does not cause any confusion!!~ And for those who were not familiar with this “Italian musical phrase/terminology”, I do hope this explanation gives you a better understanding.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me and/or I can explain further when I see you next week!


I hope you have fun today praising with this joyful song!!

Thank you,


~Meena Cho