Shape Note Singing
Place: Summerall Chapel
Shape-note singing is a traditional style of music-making that originated in the American colonies and developed in the Southern United States during the 19th century. The music is entirely a cappella, and there are no rehearsals or performances; the group meets solely to make music and to enjoy fellowship. This group sings music primarily from two tunebooks, the Southern Harmony (published in 1835 in Spartanburg) and The Sacred Harp. For those unfamiliar with this style of music, a YouTube playlist containing several examples can be found by scanning the QR code below. For more information contact Mitchell Stecker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephen Jones (email@example.com).
Link: Shape Notes
Date: Please see The Citadel Community Calendar
Time: Please see The Citadel Community Calendar
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Magha Puja Day - Buddhist
Purim - Jewish
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