The First Unitarian Virtual Choir debuted on September 7, 2020 with the hymn “Here We Have Gathered”. In the coming months, we will have more opportunities to add our voices to hymns used in Sunday Services.

On October 25, our opening hymn will be #83 Winds Be Still. You may want to read more about this hymn and its origins here. Listen to the recording of the organ alone. By clicking on the three dots on the right of the player, you have the option to download this track. Below the organ track, there are individual tracks for the four voice parts. Choose the one that matches your voice and sing along. Once you have your part down, make a recording of yourself singing and send it by email to Music Director, Stephanie Ortolano, as an mp3 file. You will want to be listening to the part through headphones and then recording your voice alone through another device. If you need help with this, please reach out to Stephanie. The due date for this file is Saturday, October 17.

This is the organ accompaniment for Winds Be Still. The introduction plays through one whole verse.
This is Soprano (Melody) and organ.
This is Soprano alone.
Here is alto and organ.
Alto alone.
Tenor and organ.
Tenor alone.