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You should know that we're really not in the business of making professional recordings, but when we get the chance we do put up a microphone or send a willing volunteer to the balcony with a video camera.These links will connect you to some of our postings on the YouTube Hastings College Channel. Enjoy the singing!
- Two Princes
The men of "1-2-5" perform Benji's arrangement of a Spin Doctors hit. (Listening time: 3'21")
- And So It Goes
The ensemble "Vocalocho" sings a Billy Joel ballad in an unforgettable arrangement. (Listening time: 3'35")
- La nuict froide et sombre
A lovely Renaissance chanson comparing dark and light sung in old French by the ensemble "Spectrum." (Listening time: 2'06")
- Autumn Leaves
"Spectrum" sings an a cappella setting of a Johnny Mercer standard.
(Listening time: 2'22")
- Wind on the Hill
A simple philosophy from Winnie-the-Pooh sung by the ensemble "Spectrum." (Listening time: 2'55")
- All the Small Things
Elliott's arrangement of a hit by Blink-182 is an audience favorite sung by the men of "1-2-5".
(Listening time: 2'25")
- Mata del Anima Sola
The ensemble "VoiceWorks" performs a favorite from our World Music repertoire.
(Listening time: 3'50")
- Mata del Anima Sola
Another interpretation featuring Jacob and Kevin and the sopranos of "Spectrum."
(Listening time: 3'35")
- Parvuli Ejus
Noah's cousin Addie made this beautiful a cappella setting of an Aubrey De Vere text especially for "1-2-5".
(Listening time: 2'08")
- Life Bulbs
"VoiceWorks" sings a contemporary motet by HC alumni Fred Newcomer & Kim Babcock.
(Listening time: 1'20")
- The Uncertainty of the Poet
The ensemble "Spectrum" performs a modern a cappella chamber work based on a modern painting.
(Listening time: 1'35")
- Scarborough Fair
"Spectrum" performs a close-harmony a cappella vocal jazz arrangement of a favorite folk song.
(Listening time: 3:50")
- Dr. Dudley's Hymn Medley
The "Pro Rege Quintet" arranged and performs a few of his favorites to honor Dr. D's retirement as college president. (Listening time: 4'30")
- Daemon irrepit callidus
"Spectrum" enlivens a performance of a serious Latin tongue-twister with a little choreography.
(Listening time: 2'40")
- I Can Barely Think About the Spring
Mrs. Murphy's brother-in-law wrote this beautiful ballad; Elliott Lockwood made the arrangement for mixed voices, piano, and violin; "Spectrum" performs. (Listening time: 3'45")
- Trickle, Trickle
A bit of street-corner "doo-wop" as sung by the ensemble "Spectrum."
(Listening time: 2'00")
Here is Elliott's award-winning Acappella arrangement of a 2006 Ben Folds ballad made for the men of
"1-2-5". (Listening time: 3'27")
To hear more of "1-2-5" in concert, visit their Facebook page!