Posts from September 2017

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Windward Notes – Reflections on a Decade #3 (Thanks for the Memories)

by WCS Blogmeister

In the fall of 1983 I was aboard the United States Navy’s USS Guam (LPH-9, “Swift and Bold”) sitting 300 yards off the coast of Beirut supporting Marines and getting shot at.* Good times. Not really. There was one beacon of fun, however, serving as home base for Bob Hope’s taping of his “Christmas in […]

Windward Notes – Wave ‘Dem Arms

by WCS Blogmeister

If you’re new to singing in front of a conductor this is for you. You see, there really is a method to the madness of Susie’s flailings and I wanted to clue you in. All of the time signatures that we use have a standard pattern of flailing and I wanted to share them with […]

Windward Notes – Five Months is But a Moment

by WCS Blogmeister

A quick reminder: the opinions expressed and the order of the words in Windward Notes are mine and nobody else’s. They do not reflect the views of and are not influenced or reviewed ┬áby the Windward Choral Society, its members, its Board of Directors or anybody else on the planet. I got a little feisty […]