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October 3, 2003


This is the first of a series of tips that will appear regularily in this weblog.

How to replace a member of your quartet. Change singers, and you change a number of dynamics within your quartet. Riptide bass Jeff Selano looks a few factors to consider.

There’s more to it than finding a great voice and buying a suit

Just get together with three other good Barbershoppers and start singing—what’s so hard about that? If you’re forming a quartet, it really is about that simple. However, if you’re hoping to form a quartet that will grow and stay together longer than one or two contest cycles, things get more complicated. For a truly rewarding quartet experience, there’s more to do than find four compatible sets of vocal chords and get matching suits. More

Posted by acapnews at October 3, 2003 10:28 AM


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