My pagan group now hosts a pagan “easy choir” once a month at our Unitarian Universalist church. This is for the non-singers who’ve never sung anything in their life and the more experienced singers looking for a brain break and a good time.
- To make some “joyful noise” and have a good time in fellowship
- For those willing, to make little videos of sample songs, dances, or activities to help inspire
- other “easy choirs” to form and teach themselves
- the “at home players” learn from their computers
- Circle of Song by Kate Marks
- a device to access https://spiralwound.wordpress.com/ such as a smartphone, tablet, etc.
- Headphones or ear buds + Y splitter so you can listen with a partner on the same device during break outs
- 1″ white 3 ring binder similar to this
To alphabetize your extra handouts : Avery Ready Index Table of Contents Dividers, 26-Tab, 1 Set (11125)
- If you need extra pockets in the binder: Avery Big Tab Insertable Two-Pocket Plastic Dividers, 8 Multicolor Tabs, 1 Set (11907)
- Percussive instruments, dancing scarves, etc.
Lesson will appear as they happen. For the “at home” player, I’ve tried to include enough links and examples so you could teach yourself to sing these songs from home.