A wedding is a fantastic occasion. A chance to bring together all your family and friends to celebrate the best day of your life. Everyone gets to dress up. There’s likely to be a formal wedding ceremony, whether in a church or registry office, followed by a fantastic wedding reception with lots of good food and plenty of drink.
Barbershop is always sung by single voice groups – either all male or all female – and the singing is in four parts, named after the male voices who traditionally sing them. These names are used even in women’s choruses. The parts are:
Singing out of tune is a recurring problem that we hear from performers. An important element of the barbershop “lock and ring” sound is in-tune singing. We need to sing quality musical tones that are specifically in pitch to the anticipated melodic line. To make this happen, we must sing in tune both horizontally and vertically.