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To download these in anything like a reasonable time you'll need to be on Broadband, and for reasons to do with band width their quality is not all we should like, but they should give you an idea of what we are capable of. Why not come to our next concert and see for yourself?
Please appreciate that we ALL take our singing VERY seriously, but it does not mean that we cannot also sometimes let our hair down!
These items were recorded at rehearsals. Some show that our first attempts do not always go as well as we might have wished.
This item is for you. It should load reasonably quickly, even if the quality is not good, but gives you an example of 'note-bashing' early in the season, and what can go wrong.
Go to the list above and click on the piece you want to hear. A small window may appear, asking if you want to play it, or save it. Tick 'play' and then tick the box at the bottom left of the window, saying don't ask again. It should then start automatically, but if you have any problems, please read on
There are numerous different media players, but most people have the blue "QuickTime Player" or the pink and blue "Windows Media Player" whose logo appears while it downloads.
Then you see the 'play bar' which probably looks something like this with a dot that moves to the right as it plays. You may have to click a big triangular right arrow, usually in the middle, to start.
Before letting you listen, your computer may possibly warn you that it could cause problems.
If it does, just follow the instructions.
When loading has finished, it should start by itself. To hear it again, press the "start" arrow at the left of this "play bar".
When your item has finished playing, click on the 'left arrow' at the top left corner of your screen. That will take you back to this page.
Sometimes you cannot hear anything. This is usually because the volume
control [the 'loud speaker' icon, usually at the left-hand end of the 'play bar'] has
reset itself to zero.
To increase the volume, hold down your mouse on the loud speaker icon. This will show you a volume control, with the indicator at the bottom. Click on the control and, keeping your finger on the button on your mouse, slide it upwards, increasing the volume until you can hear it.