Next weeks concert is for all DFS
Members to sing, and we will be standing at the front of church without any chairs this time. No playing stand up and sit down. Our running order I will paste later from the Wobbly-Web for your folder-ordering pleasure. Right here -Running Order!!! DfS Dorchester Easter Concert Wednesday, 29th March, 7pm United Church,
Part 1 Can’t Help Falling In Love With You
It Must Be Love
When We Were Young
Solo/Duo Act 1
It’s Getting Better
Do You Hear the People Sing?
Part 2 Wings
Solo/Duo Act 2
Solo/Duo Act 3
Let It Be Me
We Are The Champions
Please don't come here next week, because it's the end of term for DFS, but do come to URC Dorchester if you are performing in the concert!
And so after a quick Dum-Dum-Diddle we dived into Can't Help Falling In Love following a demonstration of the into we will next week, and a reminder to give it some oomph, so it doesn't go flat!
Next It Must Be Love and we fell into it as we went, and Ed said that It Was Good, and we sang When We Were Young like there was no tomorrow. It was well remembered, just a little more confidence injected please.
Come in slightly less softly in the softly bit of Annie's Song and indeed please don't forget to stop oooooo-ing and start singing. Dorch are very good on the harmony for this so we might balance each other out a bit.
Time to see if It's Getting Better during which I was pleased to notice the blogger-phone was remembering our song titles and suggesting capitalising ahead of me which was rather exciting! Keep your eyes on Ed folk!
And for the rousing end of Act One we sang Do You Hear The People Sing which DFS always do a good job of belting out! And then of course is interval time with virtual tea and all round. Please bring some next week if you feel so inclined.
Next our voices took Wings and we did find some bits that need ironing out, but we carried on with Uptown Girl and gave that some propper welly too and had a new cheese-free ending. A very giggling section of choir appeared some where around the second row, but don't Let It Be Me please. ''Tis a sweet gentle number this one. It's sounding lovely by the way, just watch the notes for 'each time' and 'I find'.
A few mistakes popped aptly into We Are The Champions and set off a ripple of amusement again. There was definitely something in the water tonight. And so completed our full-setto.
And then it was time to go live. Were you there? I'll put my blogger-phone away!
We revisited We Are The Champions because of the odd timing. I think we might have to fake it to make it on the night. Mike thought we should mine. It Must Be Love seemed to come in flat but we must be thankful that anyone comes in at all, and Annie's song harmonies were looked at again.
And for Any-ole, out well deserved treat, we sang Hallelujah!
I love you DFS have a great Easter see some of you in Dorchester next week xxxx