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I Married An Angel

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Posted By: Darwin Scheel, Sun, 20 May 2012 More from this user
Key written in: C Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Lyrics:Have you heard, I married an angel, I'm sure that the change'll be awfly good for me.
Comments:Tag Master: Don Williams of the Rose City Close Harmony Music Men chorus taught me this Tag in 1973.
The is a beautiful modern sounding Tag with the melody in the Tenor part.

Many longer Tags have a Tag of the Tag; the last few measures can feature a short Tag that is very satisfying to sing. So if you do not have time to learn the whole Tag, then sing just the Tag of the Tag which starts with all four parts unison on the sixth scale, A. The individual parts are extremely simple to learn with only one challenge, to sing the major seventh chord perfectly in tune. Major seventh chords contain two perfect intervals so the most successful way to tune the M7 chord in this Tag is to have just the Tenor and Lead sing alone and fine tune the perfect fourth of the major seventh chord at the end on the word “me”. Then have the Bass and Bari sing their parts together without the Lead and Tenor. The Bass/Bari will focus on fine tuning the perfect fifth on the ending M7 chord. Now put all four parts together and when singing the last chord, the Lead/Tenor will only listen to each other while the Bass/Bari only listen to themselves lock and ring the perfect interval. Many chord turning problems can be solved by finding, tuning, and locking the unisons, octaves, perfect 4ths and perfect 5ths.

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