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Viewcrest Voices


I am in need of a keyboardist to accompany a group of nursing home residents who have just formed a choir that they have named Viewcrest Voices. They are really really excited about this! They will be performing a concert on July 19, 2007 at 7pm.
The person who accompanies them should have some experience with accompanying a choir (but not necessary), a good sense of humor and a high tolerance for senior citizens who forget things from week to week (both very necessary.) Rehearsals are generally at 9:30am on Thursday mornings at Viewcrest and last about an hour. There will be more rehearsals scheduled as we get closer to the concert. The song list is below - I have sheet music for the songs. (Except for the children's' songs.) The theme of the concert is "A Lifetime In Song." The position is paid. Please email me at pyntatyahoodotcom or leave your email in the comments if you are interested or willing or need more information.
Ideally, we would also like a guitarist and a drummer to round out the group, so if you're one of those and you're interested at all, please email me as well.

Song List:

Hail Hail The Gang's All Here
The More We Get Together
Three Blind Mice
Row Row Row Your Boat
Yes, We Have No Bananas
Pistol Packin' Mama
I'm A Lonely Little Petunia (In An Onion Patch)
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Last Night On The Back Porch (I Loved Her Best of All)
I Love You Truly
My Blue Heaven
Memory Lane
Anniversary Waltz -- instrumental solo?
You Are My Sunshine
Show Me The Way To Go Home
Goodnight Ladies


I know a group of nut jobs that can sing three blind mice pretty damn well.

you beat me to it!

right at this moment I'm not sure how to contact him, but _perhaps_ Jason Loop would be interested (guitarist)

If you're in need of a non-traditional sitarist, thereminist, ukelinist, optiganist, unorganist, circuit benderist, dronecelloist, 4-note-accordionist, moogist, balailikaist, hillbilly guitarist, just let me know.

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