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By December 20, 2017

October 15, 2010– Monday night is Alfred Kunz’s night to remember, The Record article by Valerie Hill
After decades of directing choirs and writing choral music, Alfred Kunz will be relegated to an audience seat on Monday night, his conductor’s baton kept well out of reach and with no inkling of what he is about to hear.
What the audience will hear is a retrospective of some of the many choral works Kunz has composed over several decades, though he has not been allowed to partake in the planning, not even an advance glimpse into the program. 
Concert entitled Note by Note – The Music of Alfred Kunz
– “On Monday, October 18th, 2010 a concert entitled Note by Note was given to honour Alfred Kunz and his music at Benton Street Baptist Church in Kitchener, Ontario. Producers Christian Bellsmith and Matt Cassidy brought the Note by Note Singers from Toronto, Ontario to perform twenty-nine of Alfred’s works. We wish to thank the Note by Note Singers for permission to add their recordings to our website. Enjoy the music!”
– Lieb Heimatdorf, for TTBB and piano. German words by Hans Scheib and Music by Alfred Kunz.
– Ach Liebste, lass uns eilen, for SATB and piano. German text.
– Gefunden, for SSAA a cappella. German text.
– How Many Times Do I Love Thee, Dear?, for SATB and piano. Written for grand-daughter Catherine Kunz’s wedding on August 21, 2010.
– Spinn, Spinn!, for SA and piano.
– Unter Sternen, for TTBB a cappella with German words.
– May 2010, a series of concerts performed by Music Alive and the Nith Valley Singers entitled Sentimental Journey in Kitchener and New Hamburg with the Cambridge Kiwanis Boys Choir as guests.
– December 2010, a series of concerts performed by Music Alive and the Nith Valley Singers entitled A Christmas Mosaic in Kitchener and New Hamburg with the Twin City Harmonizers as guests.

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