And your father is … which one? The Divine Incarnate has a sense of humour! Will
My father sings barbershop. Yup. Even worse, he’s a baritone. What does that mean? Well, in this four-part harmony, the lead sings the melody, the tenor takes the high notes, the bass takes the low notes, and the baritone gets the leftover bits and scraps. To make the specific “barbershop sound”, sometimes those odd bari notes sound downright terrible. Hearing him practice singing his part alone can be an exquisite irritation.
But, sing it he must.
As one of the members of his barbershop quartet reminded him, “You’ve got to sing your song. Your part is your song. It’s not anybody else’s, so you’ve got to learn it and make it yours. Don’t worry about what other people are singing – sing your song.” This is very good advice. And not just for singing harmony – but also for living life.
We are all part of this world, this…
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