I trekked to the 15th year reunion all the way from Hong Kong, so I figure I'm off the hook until the 20th.
But I've been taking my own "sentimental journey" while sitting in my kitchen.
Specifically, I've been listening to a cappella music, and more specifically, a cappella music performed by the group I sang with.
A couple observations:
- I should have spent more than 2 hours to arrange "I Sing The Body Electric" for the group. If I had, perhaps it wouldn't currently be on the "inactive repertoire" list.
- I agree with MomVee, we were better than we thought at the time, and we shouldn't have been so hard on ourselves.
- Ergo, you are right, you did look down an awful lot as you sang. My most vivid memory of you from college is your hairline.
- On Under African Skies, is it really the case that the first altos sang only that "bop bop bah bah de buh bop bop bah bah de bah" line for the ENTIRE LENGTH of the song?
Well, here's a little musical treat performed by aforementioned singing group, and no, it's not Under African Skies: