Digitized Choir Tapes!

I have enjoyed, quite geekily, listening to recordings of the choirs I’ve been in over the years. This particular year was my sophomore year and we had traveled to Washington, DC and performed at the US Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, MD and the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. We recorded some of the songs to have them as a keepsake of what we had done on this trip.

This was originally a cassette tape, because we didn’t have CD’s made back then. In the last few years, I’ve been working on digitizing my old cassettes and saving them to CD. This is the culmination of that, enabling the sharing of these files with others that may, like me, feel nostalgic about the songs and the other people in the choir that we bonded with.

I forgot to mention that I sang 1st Soprano in the Concert Choir that year. I was not in Vocal Jazz, the group that performed the last four songs in this list. They rocked, but we rocked more in the next two years. I’ll be posting those soon.

Fanfare and Alleluia

Ave Maria


The Trysting Place

The Silence of the Night

Ya Ba Bom

For the Beauty of the Earth

Chattanooga Choo Choo

I’ll Be Seeing You

St Louis Blues

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)

One Comment On “Digitized Choir Tapes!”

  1. Jen, I am so glad you were able to get these performances on here… I will have to come back tomorrow to try to save to my pc! Thank you sweetie for such wonderful performances over the years! I love you, Mom

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