Choirs have seen a real resurgence in recent years and I am not surprised. Singing with others somehow creates a real bond between you because the whole is so much better than the sum of the parts. You struggle with the hard parts together and triumph together when you get it right. It can be frustrating when things go wrong, but oh so wonderful when everyone is singing well. And, of course, there is the pleasure of performance – to sing beautiful music for the benefit of others is a wonderful activity, whether in a church or concert hall.
And the cherry on top is that singing anywhere – choir, bath or wherever – is very good for your health, so they tell me. It is good for the lungs and good overall exercise. Certainly, when I am feeling low, I always feel much better after a good sing.
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