These will be updated frequently: keep checking regularly. Check the library for your music first; order the music if you can second (ask me if you need help finding the correct edition); ask me to borrow it as a last resort. Time to both sharpen your research skills and increase your own personal libraries!
As always, if you don't like a piece I've assigned, let me know and we'll find something else. Come to your first lesson with something prepared.
Kelsey: Cavalli's "Delizie contente" and/or "Sento nel core" (both from Italian Arias book: there are many editions and keys available. Choose one that feels comfortable)
Amanda: Dowland's "If my complaints" or "Can she excuse" (I have good editions of these)
Shane: SEMPLICE aria(s)
Valencia: SEMPLICE aria(s)
Jake: SEMPLICE aria(s), Messiah arias
Johnathan: SEMPLICE aria(s)
EmKay: SEMPLICE aria(s)
Nole: SEMPLICE aria(s)
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