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Audition Information

The Addams Family- Musical Audition Song PDFs                Audition Practice Tracks

Female Songs                                                                         Female Songs
Good and Evil                                                                                                               Good and Evil
Whatever Lola Wants                                                                                                   Whatever Lola Wants
Sally's Song                                                                                                                 Sally's Song

Male Songs                                                                             Male Songs

Grow For Me                                                                                                                Grow for Me
You Must Meet My Wife                                                                                                You Must Meet My Wife
Dreamer in Disguise                                                                                                     Dreamer in Disguise

Chamber Choir and Women's Chorale Audition Information
Auditions will be held after school February 4, 5, and 6, 2019.

 Any student enrolled in choir (or a music department performance-based class) is eligible to audition.
Auditions consist of two parts:

1.  Prepared selection-  you will sing a both verses of a folk song provided by Mrs BK.  You may use music at the audition.  Please print out a copy of the music or pick it up in or outside the choir room doors.  You will sing with the accompaniment only track at the audition but should use both the track with the vocal part and the track with just accompaniment to practice.

You will be scored based on pitch and rhythm accuracy, tone quality, and musicality.

PDFs of music:

Practice tracks:

2.  Sight-reading-  you will sight-read 4-6 measures

You will be given a sight-reading example that is 4-6 measures in length.  You will hear the tonality and the starting pitch.
You will have approximately 45 seconds to look over it and may sing, tap, or clap through it.  
You will hear the tonality and starting pitch again and will then perform the sight-reading.  
You may use solfege or a neutral syllable.

Sight-reading practice links can be found on the main choir page or by Googling the following phrases:
"vocal sight-reading"
"choral sight-reading or sight-singing"
"sight-reading for singers"
"sight-reading pdfs"

You will be scored based on correct pitches and rhythms and may receive partial credit.