Practice Tracks

Hello Students!

If you’re here at this page it’s probably because I specifically sent you here.  So!  Thanks for listening to me! There are a lot of playlists on this page, if you know where you need to go, just click on the link to get there:
A Day at the Beach || Hail Mary || Faith in Musicals || Hail Holy Queen || Back to School


PACS Primary – A Day at the Beach


Let’s get summer started on the right flip-flopped foot!


PACS Upper – Hail Mary


We’re honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary at our Spring Concert this year. It also just so happens to be the 100th anniversary of Mary’s appearance at Fatima!

 

ACS and PACS Upper – Back to School Songs


Here’s a short and sweet playlist of some songs you should know. Any student from ACS or PACS that is interested in joining Show Choir (6th – 8th grade) or Chapel Choir (5th – 8th grade) will need to audition with Dona Nobis Pacem. It doesn’t need to be memorized, but you should try! Students from both schools WILL have to memorize the Star Spangled Banner (it’s your patriotic duty!) and students from ACS will additionally need to memorize the Ukrainian national anthem, Shche Ne Vmerla. The lyrics for Shche ne Vmerla are below, for anyone from anywhere who would like to learn it.

Shche ne vmerla Ukrayiny i slava, i volya,
Shche nam, brattia molodiyi, usmikhnet’sia dolia.
Z-hynut’ nashi vorizhen’ky, yak rosa na sontsi,
Zapanuyem i my, brattia, u svoyiy storontsi.

||: Dushu y tilo my polozhym za nashu svobodu,
I pokazhem, shcho my, brattia, kozats’koho rodu! :||

 

Faith in Musicals


Here are practice tracks for our upcoming show, Faith in Musicals.  Show Choir – listen to the version of On the Willows that matches your voice part for Carol of the Bells.  Lower voices are altos, higher voices are sopranos.

Here’s Hail Holy Queen – in parts!

 

 

Mary did you Know

If you missed our rehearsal on 1/20, note for my ladies: if you sang the high part at Christmas, then you’re a soprano here. If you sang the lower part at Christmas, then check out the middle track. For any gentlemen that missed rehearsal, the baritone part gets quite low, some of you may also be more comfortable in the middle.