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Don't suppose this is gonna mean anything to anybody but me, but hey, it's my lj :)

Anybody remember about a million-jillion years ago I wrote an H/D story where Draco is a choir director in Ireland? I did this thing where I linked to a bunch of choir songs that Draco's choir sings. Most of them were songs that my own choir sang, and some of the files I linked to were recordings of my own choir.

Well, tomorrow is my choir's tenth anniversary concert (and may I say it both pleases and disturbs me deeply to say that I'm a founding member of a choir that is ten freaking years old) and we're singing a bunch of the songs that were mentioned in the fic. And it made me all nostalgic for the fic itself. As well as totally grateful to be part of a choir that sings such beautiful stuff.

Our men's section is currently tiny and... um... not very good. In part because they're so few. But the rest of the choir is sounding better than ever. Our concert tomorrow is going to be gorgeous.

::happy sigh::

In case anybody's interested, here's some links:




Here's a bonus thing we're not going to be singing tomorrow, but was in the Ember to Ember soundtrack (I think Draco sang it as a lullaby? Possibly?) and totally blew me away when we sang it at our last concert. This is what it sounds like when 200+ people sing with their eyes closed.

I'm serious. We were doing the final rehearsal before the performance, at least seven choirs including a children's choir and a francophone high school choir, and the guest conductor (Stephen Hatfield, OMG) had us all close our eyes as an exercise in "truly listening to each other and blending your voices." It went well, we all opened our eyes, said, "Cool!" and then the conductor said, "You know what? That was so good I think I'm gonna have you do it like that for the concert. You don't need me."

We honestly thought he was joking.

Close-up starting at 54 seconds. I'm guessing the one tenor whose eyes are open was from the high school and didn't get the instructions translated to him, poor guy. I wonder if he spent the whole song waiting for the conductor to come back.

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...also a chance to use an icon I haven't used in many moons, even though it's only very slightly connected to the post ;)

Two things:

  1. Buscando en Gugel: A list of Google searches used by Spanish speakers to locate (mostly) famous people. If you can figure out who Macoli Colkin, Estiven Espilber, and Clin Isbu are, you'll probably enjoy this. If not... well, go anyway. It's cute :) :)

  2. About a million years ago when I was writing Ember to Ember I posted a link to Pachelbel Canon in D, which Alec and Ben sing at a wizarding music shop in Dublin. I could not find the lyrics at the time, but have since found them (incidentally, I'm really not sure how I missed them last time, since all I did this morning was type Pachelbel Canon Latin lyrics). Anyway, for my own sense of completion, and for anybody who has ever suffered a sleepless night due to not knowing said lyrics (hey, it could happen; I once had trouble sleeping because I didn't know if the tomatoes in my fridge were ripe enough to make decent bruschetta), here are the lyrics, as well as a handy-dandy link to the song itself.

    Also, any Latin speakers: I've managed to cobble together the English translation, but have never taken a single Latin course in my life, so... care to look it over and tell me what you think?

    Corrected! I ♥♥♥ my flist!

    Pachelbel Canon in D, by Pachelbel (composer of choral arrangement unknown)

    LatinEnglish
    Sanctus, Sanctus,Holy, Holy,
    Benedictus qui venit in nomine DomineBlessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord
    ...
    Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabbaoth,Holy Lord God of Hosts,
    Pleni sunt coeli et terra Gloria Full are heaven and earth of glory


    Download Pachelbel Canon in D
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Why I found myself looking up the lyrics to the Arrogant Worms song Baby Poo is not important. I do wonder, though, why it is that sometimes people write down very obviously wrong lyrics - and then they get copied onto about a dozen lyrics sites.

I get getting lyrics wrong, really. For years I thought the line in Bette Davis Eyes "All the better just to please you" was actually "Hog a bathtub just to please you." And Ice-T's "She's puttin' sucker punks in cops" was... well, let's just say I didn't hear "cops" in there. But it wouldn't occur to me to transcribe half-heard mispelled lyrics that made no sense to me and then post them to a dozen sites. Or to take someone else's half-heard nonsensical mispelled lyrics and copy them onto a dozen sites.

OK, yeah, it's a petty thing to be irritated by. Move along, nothing to see here ;)

unless you want to know what was mispelled and half-heard )
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Finished watching Jesus Christ Superstar, as we do every Easter, what with not being Christian but still wanting to honour the weekend in our own heathen way.

I am struck by six things:

  1. As many times as I watch it, every single time I am impressed by the depth and beauty conveyed despite the numerous intentional and unintentional sillinesses of the sets, costumes, anachronisms, lyrics and acting.

  2. Can never decide whether Gethsemane or Pilate's Dream is my favourite song.

  3. So much of what I want my kids to learn about Christ and Christianity and humanity are contained in that one movie.

  4. Every year that I see it I learn something new. Last year I learned a bit more about Aramaic (the language Jesus most probably spoke) and my older kid and I read through two of the gospels, seeking similarities/differences with the musical. This year I learned about the Criterion of dissimilarity )

  5. Will seriously go to hell for this, you have been warned )

  6. If any of the above in #5 exist, please for the love of all that is holy (and that, ironically, I have just profaned) do not tell me about it. My brain is only now recovering from the shock of learning of the existence of MASHslash and Anne Shirley/Diana Blythe fic.



For those who have no idea what I'm talking about, have a couple of links:

Jesus Christ Superstar title song

Lyrics )
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I always get very happy when the Canada geese come back in springtime. It means winter is definitely over, springtime definitely getting out of the melting-grey-snow-dogpoo-emerging-brown-grass stage, and it's just a cause for happy all around. Unless you're directly underneath them, in which case it can be a little icky, as my cousin Kitty once discovered.

Yesterday I saw 38 flocks fly over Ottawa and immediately got a Barenaked kids' song stuck in my head for the rest of the evening. It's quite lovely, despite - actually, because of - the simplicity of the kid-friendly lyrics and tune.

Here Come the Geese, by The Barenaked Ladies

Look up in the sky, they said on the radio station.
They're up quite high, flying in a V formation.

Here come the geese!
Here come the geese!

Now they're on lawns, the patios and ponds,
On the sidewalks
On the rooftops,
On the hillside, on the playground slide,
In the shadows,
The parking lots, the meadows
The fences and ledges,
Benches and hedges,
In the schoolyard,
On the boulevard,
In the high school halls,
In the shopping malls.
Watch under your feet, they said on the radio station.

Here come the geese!
Flying in a V formation.

Listen/Download
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There's a book I read a long, long time ago, possibly called Bach, Beethoven and the Boys, that states, in its entry on sopranos, that sopranos tend to be the ditziest voices in a choir because the high frequencies they sing addle their brain waves.

I believe this to be true.

Or maybe it's just my choir. OMFG they are dumb. Lovely voices, lovely smiles, nothing between the ears.

OK, that's not really fair. But it is a fact that sopranos tend to look kinda bubble-headed compared to the rest of the choir. I think it's a combination of two things: (1) we're usually the largest section and sing the most noticeable parts, so when we don't know what we're doing, everybody gets to hear it and (2) we usually get the melody - the easiest, loudest part. We don't tend to need to sightread very well; just listen to the piano bang out your notes a few times and you've got it. I, in fact, can hardly sight-read at all, and I've been singing in choirs for omg 27 years. This year I asked to go into second soprano, even though I love singing first, in part because I wanted to hone up my sight-reading skills. Didn't work out - somehow this year we have a severe lack of first sopranos - but I'm hopeful about next year.

Anyway why am I talking about this oh yeah! So my choir is singing The Messiah in a few weeks. It's high. It's challenging. It's tiring. It's also sung by most choir singers every few years, and there are about a billion and one recordings of it out there. So our director thought (foolishly, apparently) that we would be able to concentrate on dynamics and expression and all that instead of note-learning.

Well, the rest of the choir may be able to, but the sopranos apparently require somebody to spoon-feed them every. single. note. We've been at it for five weeks, the director has put midi files with the individual parts on them online, I've been passing around my own recording, and the freaking sopranos are still unable to sing anything but Hallelujah with confidence - and even bloody Hallelujah, one of the most universally recognizable choral pieces in the history of universally recognizable choral pieces, is a little iffy for some of them.

I'm starting to think the high notes theory may have something to it after all.

I'm hosting a sectional practice at my house tomorrow. I may tear my hair out before then. Just getting them together has been an exercise in teeth-gritting patience.

I may have to visualize Volunteers/Ember to Ember Draco in order to get through this at all.
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I'm looking for songs that tell true stories about people or events, as biographies, ballads, whatever. This is what I've got so far:

Mopping Up the Dirty Pool, by Spirit of the West (Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, 1989)
Ballad of Spring Hill, Peter, Paul and Mary, (Spring Hill, Nova Scotia mine disaster, 1958)
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Gordon Lightfoot, (self-explanatory, 1975)
Abraham, Martin and John, by ?, (Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, John Lennon Kennedy ACK I knew that ::facepalm::; mention Robert Kennedy)
This Memory, The Wyrd Sisters, (Montreal Massacre, 1989)
Pride, U2, (Martin Luther King Jr., 1929-1968)
Thank You Sister Rosa, by the Neville Brothers (Rosa Parks, 1913-2005)
The Russians, Sting (Cold War, 1940s-1990s)
Children's Crusade, Sting (WWI, 1914-1918)
The Ship Titanic, campfire song (Titanic Sinking, 1219)

... any others? Suggestions? Ideas? Opinions? Haiku?


Oh and also I finally found it! There's this meme that goes around every January re. fics written in the previous year. I knew I'd done one this year, but couldn't find it. I have the organizational skills of an average spider plant. ::sigh::

Stories Wot I Wrote in 2008 & writing meme )
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Just came back from my choir's Last Night of the Proms (Ottawa version) performance. Too full of Giddy Happy to update. Summary: we rocked, our three songs went perfectly, All Too Soon was lovely - especially as this year's concert's special guests were war brides, and the song mentions war brides - Jerusalem was glorious, the soloists were great, the brass band was brassy and not blatty, and I haven't seen so many Union Jacks since... well, last year's Proms performance.

::bounces off to squeee at DH::
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OK, I told myself I would not get political on this lj, and I lied. ::hangs head in shame::

In honour of the Canadian Prime Ministerial and American Vice Presidential debates this week, here's who I'm voting for this election: Trevor Strong, the Arrogant Worms Party candidate. Or possibly Chris Patterson of the Worms, I don't know their voices well enough to tell which is which. Whichever one it is, personally I don't see how we could go wrong with his political platform:

IF I WERE PRIME MINISTER
lf I were Prime Minister, I’d transform the land
All things would be glorious under my firm strong hand
I’d enlarge Prince Edward Island, and shrink the tax on booze
If l were Prime Minister, the Leafs would never lose

If I were were Prime Minister, French and English would be gone
There’d be no more Two Solitudes, 'cause we’d all speak Klingon
And I’d give my buddies jobs they weren't qualified for--
Wait, I’m so sorry, I think that’s been done before

If I were Prime Minister, Canadians would tan
In the Gulf of Mexico, where I’d move Newfoundland

If l were Prime Minister, I would use my power
To finally make the doughnut our official flower
And I'd make it illegal to sit and bitch and whine
Though that might leave Canadians with too much spare time

And I would be Prime Minister, if only for one flaw
I don’t think that I could ever live in Ottawa

If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister
If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister
If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister
If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister

I’d bathe in Maple Syrup and I’d have a talking moose
And Mounties would massage me, to keep me nice and loose
I'd get rid of the Queen, replace her with my cat
Appointment to the Senate would be trial by combat

I'd solve all the problems of this country's apparatus
By granting every person nation status!
I'd encourage global warming, move the jetstream further north
And I'd ban all politicians, except for me of course!

If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister
If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister

I'd be super great!
And you'd all love me!
You'd have to!
'Cause I'd make it the law!

If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister
If I were, if I were, if I were Prime Minister!

http://www.4shared.com/file/62546396/bacb5251/If_I_Were_Prime_Minister.html (recording starts with banter re. upcoming election)
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(Started to write this the other day, still on the high of my Wednesday choir rehearsal)

OK, so this will probably only interest about three people on this flist, and I usually keep RL entries on my RL sockpuppet, but it's one of those Too Full of Happy to Shut Up kinda things.

First soprano thoughts )

All Too Soon thoughts )
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OMG I think I've got a way to not have to upload the songs for Volunteers or Ember to Ember any more! I have to check in on my account every thirty days or it all gets zapped, but it's still a huge improvement on having to re-upload after seven days :)

Here they are, in case anybody's wondering:

Volunteers

  1. Tiny Fish for Japan, by Stan Rogers
  2. All Too Soon, by Stephen Hatfield
  3. Navy Hymn *
  4. Fogarty's Cove, by Stan Rogers
  5. Abide With Me, lyrics by Henry Francis Lyte, melody by William Henry Monk
  6. Pie Jesu, by James Wright *
  7. Hallelujah (Cohen), by Leonard Cohen *
  8. The Mummer's Dance, by Loreena McKennitt
  9. Freedom Trilogy, by Paul Halley
  10. Greenman, by XTC

Songs with a * are recordings of my choir :) :)

Lyrics can be found on the Volunteers lyrics page.

Ember to Ember

  1. Labour of Love, by Stephen Hatfield *
  2. Pachelbel Canon in D, by Johann Pachelbel
  3. Beati Quorum, by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  4. Miserere Mei, Deus (W 1-4, 17-20), by Gregorio Allegri
  5. Lacrymosa - Requiem, by W. A. Mozart
  6. Suo Gân, arrangement by John Williams
  7. Hope For Resolution, by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory
  8. Balulalow, arrangement by Mark Sirett
  9. Praise His Holy Name
  10. Al Shlosha D'Varim, text Pirkei Avot (Mishna), music by Allan E. Naplan *
  11. Hallelujah, by George Frideric Handel
  12. Shenandoah
  13. Fields of Athenry, arranged by Mark Sirett

Songs with a * are recordings of my choir :) :)

Lyrics can be found on the Ember to Ember lyrics page.


Plus: two extra uploads that have nothing to do with the fics, just because I'm all aglow with the happy of it :)

Sabbath Prayer and Sunrise, Sunset, from Fiddler on the Roof.
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Just re-loaded all songs for Volunteers and Ember to Ember, in case anybody was looking for them. The links for Volunteers are good till February 16, and the ones for Ember to Ember are good till February 15. Enjoy!

ETA: All of these links have expired. Current links can be found at the Volunteers Lyrics Page and the Ember to Ember Lyrics Page.

Volunteers
1. Tiny Fish For Japan - http://download.yousendit.com/A697646F0C9E4E74
2. All Too Soon - http://download.yousendit.com/F22CA0A978D5A4BD
3. Navy Hymn - http://download.yousendit.com/77B8ACF277E15A3F
4. Fogarty's Cove - http://download.yousendit.com/FF85781F48F636DC
5. Abide With Me - http://download.yousendit.com/6521C3B35FCBAAF2
6. Pie Jesu - http://download.yousendit.com/A9E486237DAA600F
7. Hallelujah - http://download.yousendit.com/A08392703F623F57
8. Mummer's Dance - http://download.yousendit.com/97519F32420E3BD1
9. Freedom Trilogy - http://download.yousendit.com/B15DF15F7EEF174C
10. Greenman - http://download.yousendit.com/7799405B3A7351CE

Ember to Ember
1. Labour of Love - http://download.yousendit.com/444076A306BA01EA
2. Pachelbel Canon - http://download.yousendit.com/706FDA594ED9FD3A
3. Beati Quorum Via - http://download.yousendit.com/B2357B8002D47567
4. Misereri Mei, Deus - http://download.yousendit.com/BC63B56B0C85C84E
5. Requiem - Lacrymosa - http://download.yousendit.com/9317A1A30DB1F3B1
6. Suo Gan - http://download.yousendit.com/F22F4DD57CC4012A
7. Hope For Resolution - http://download.yousendit.com/542422F26B7BEA47
8. Balulalow - http://download.yousendit.com/AD4BF7703D15B827
9. Praise His Holy Name - http://download.yousendit.com/DF9E35FC47E69ED2
10. Al Shlosa D'varim - http://download.yousendit.com/1EFB1CCC4994A915
11. Handel's Hallelujah - http://download.yousendit.com/935AC5E841197231
annafugazzi: (Feed me soup)
Just re-loaded all songs for Volunteers and Ember to Ember, in case anybody was looking for them. The links are good till January 5, 2008.

ETA: All of these links have expired. Current links can be found at the Volunteers Lyrics Page and the Ember to Ember Lyrics Page.

Volunteers
1. Tiny Fish For Japan - http://download.yousendit.com/7E531FAC06C1F811
2. All Too Soon - http://download.yousendit.com/4D3BED96631B3981
3. Navy Hymn - http://download.yousendit.com/9C6CC91009D54282
4. Fogarty's Cove - http://download.yousendit.com/9C1125693EA7BE7F
5. Abide With Me - http://download.yousendit.com/EEDDD1B44A3F2AE7
6. Pie Jesu - http://download.yousendit.com/CA386DC320BEC7AD
7. Hallelujah - http://download.yousendit.com/B000A924772D99AC
8. Mummer's Dance - http://download.yousendit.com/8A3EAC715E1C53CB
9. Freedom Trilogy - http://download.yousendit.com/B2ED7933056AE949
10. Greenman - http://download.yousendit.com/BFB6A6812C9EE37F

Ember to Ember
1. Labour of Love - http://download.yousendit.com/147B01776FDA8957
2. Pachelbel Canon - http://download.yousendit.com/09EA63154078E83E
3. Beati Quorum Via - http://download.yousendit.com/9B47C97776762600
4. Misereri Mei, Deus - http://download.yousendit.com/889005153CA43209
5. Requiem - Lacrymosa - http://download.yousendit.com/6F8D2BAF45B8801E
6. Suo Gan - http://download.yousendit.com/DEF4657445FD8AB1
7. Hope For Resolution - http://download.yousendit.com/A683E46101072E83
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These are lyrics to the song briefly mentioned in Ember to Ember, chapter 3 (July). If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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Labour of Love, by Stephen Hatfield )

oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the songs sung/mentioned in Ember to Ember, chapter 4 (August).
If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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Pachelbel Canon in D, by Pachelbel - composer of choral arrangement unknown )

Beati Quorum Via, by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford )

Miserere Mei, Deus (W 1-4, 17-20), by Gregorio Allegri )

Requiem - Lacrymosa, W. A. Mozart )

oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the songs sung during the concert in Ember to Ember, chapter 6 (October).

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Suo Gân, arrangement by John Williams )

Hope For Resolution, by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory )


oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the songs sung during the concert in Ember to Ember, chapter 8 (December).

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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I must admit that the Christmas concert scene was written with some wistfulness on my part because my own choir was supposed to do a concert on December 16, at which we were supposed to sing Balulalow, Praise His Holy Name, and the Hallelujah Chorus. My concert got cancelled because Mother Nature decided to grace us with about 16 inches of snow that day. Hopefully Dublin didn't get the same pleasure.

Balulalow, arrangement by Mark Sirett )


Praise His Holy Name )

Al Shlosa D'varim )

Handel's Hallelujah Chorus )

oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the song briefly mentioned in Ember to Ember, chapter 9 (January). If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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Shenandoah )

Fields of Athenry, arranged by Mark Sirett )

oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the song briefly mentioned in Ember to Ember, chapter 12 (May). If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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The first song mentioned, Fields of Athenry, was heard in Chapter 8, so it's listed there.

Finnegan's Wake (traditional Irish ballad) )

Johnny Be Fair )

The Irish Ballad, by Tom Lehrer )

Will Ye No Come Back Again, by Lady Carolina Nairne )

Traditional )

Loch Lomond (traditional) )

Streets of London, by Ralph McTell )


oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the song briefly mentioned in the Ember to Ember DVD Extra for February 8. If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at fugazzianna@yahoo.ca.

Sunrise, Sunset, from Fiddler on the Roof )


When the Stars Fall, by Stephen Hatfield )


oooOOOooo

These are lyrics to the song briefly mentioned in the Ember to Ember DVD Extra for February 10. If the links have expired, please send me an e-mail at fugazzianna@yahoo.ca.

Jerusalem, by William Blake )

GMP

Oct. 9th, 2007 10:58 am
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Here's a Gratuitous Music Post, for those of you who have been reminded of Volunteers because of Ember to Ember. I've had a few requests to re-upload the songs mentioned in Volunteers, so: here they are!

ETA: All of these links have expired. Current links can be found at the Volunteers Lyrics Page and the Ember to Ember Lyrics Page.



  1. Tiny Fish For Japan by Stan Rogers (women's voices choral arrangement)
    http://download.yousendit.com/92E0E77973933860

  2. All Too Soon by Stephen Hatfield (mixed voices choral)
    http://download.yousendit.com/28E577817A918653

  3. Navy Hymn (men's voices choral)
    This one is actually the men's section of my own choir :)
    http://download.yousendit.com/B72C85C649A44473

  4. Fogarty's Cove by Stan Rogers (men's voices choral)
    http://download.yousendit.com/E819AFD867D2BAC6

  5. Abide With Me (mixed voices choral)
    http://download.yousendit.com/8C2B85E93E79EC7D

  6. Pie Jesu by James Wright (mixed voices choral)
    This is actually my own choir. The beautiful soprano voice that dominates the women's section? Is not me. But! I always stood next to her and sung into her ear, because although my voice is teeny tiny, my tone and rhythm are very accurate and hers are not. So if you listen to this and close your eyes, you can imagine me right next her, helping her to sound as good as she does :)
    http://download.yousendit.com/DEAFB82F1D370857

  7. Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen (mixed voices choral)
    Again, my choir. Live performance, so it sounds kinda crappy, but trust me, it sounded great in concert. And again, the lovely soprano is the one standing next to me ;)
    http://download.yousendit.com/1580951B3796AB91

  8. Mummer's Dance by Loreena McKennitt
    http://download.yousendit.com/AEECD46229C475C4

  9. Freedom Trilogy (mixed voices choral)
    http://download.yousendit.com/8172BF6922B7DB1D

  10. Green Man by XTC
    http://download.yousendit.com/8F244EC13405493E


Lyrics for the songs are at
Chapter 1
  • Tiny Fish For Japan
  • All Too Soon
  • Navy Hymn
  • Fogarty's Cove

Chapter 2
  • Abide With Me
  • Pie Jesu
  • Hallelujah

Chapter 3
  • Mummer's Dance
  • Freedom Trilogy
  • Green Man by XTC
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...I know, because I'm one of them.

These are lyrics to the songs briefly mentioned in the [livejournal.com profile] hds_beltane fic Volunteers. If the links have expired, send me an e-mail at

fugazzianna@yahoo.ca

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Yes, I know, the songs are mostly by Canadian composers and Draco's choir is Irish. If the cognitive dissonance is too much, tell yourself that Draco's director is an expatriot Canadian who got homesick and thought "I know! A concert with a maritime theme! Dublin's a seaside city; they're sure to go for that!" Then she slipped in as many Canadian composers as she could ;)

EDIT: I've been asked to update the links to the soundfiles a number of times now. I'm thrilled that people care enough to let me know when they want the songs, and quite willing to keep cheerfully re-uploading as many times as y'all want, but I've grown tired of bopping around three pages. So I'm going to put all three pages here, colour-coded so y'all can tell which chapter's music you're looking up. Chapter 1 is black, Chapter 2 is blue, Chapter 3 is green.

Lyrics and files for Chapter 1 )

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