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Meet Lynda

Lynda, the proud director of Pride of Baltimore Chorus, is a Sweet Adeline through and through. She’s the lead of the 2008 International Quartet Champion Four Bettys, she has five of the Melodeers International Chorus Champion gold medals, she is a member of the SAI International Faculty and she is a certified Music Judge. She’s on the Regional Faculty in Region #19. She gives vocal instruction and coaches choruses and quartets all over the Sweet Adeline world. She also makes learning media.

Lynda has been performing in public since she was three. Since that first singing performance in church, she has learned to play piano with some facility, and dabbles in folk harp, guitar, and flute. She’s just discovered a passion for ukulele, and several new instruments have joined her household as a result.

Over the years Lynda has been a church musician, has played in bands (top 40, country, oldies, be-bop), and has done musical theatre. Barbershop is her passion, though. No other musical art form that she’s experienced requires the precision necessary for barbershop’s lock and ring.

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Buying learning tracks is not the same as buying an arrangement. You must also purchase the arrangement. If you click on the name of the arranger of the song, you’ll be linked to the place where arrangements can be bought or inquiries made.


The learning tracks I make may not be identical to the arrangement you purchased. Sometimes groups edit the chart for their own purposes before they send it to me, and sometimes arrangers update their charts. If I know the chart is different, I will indicate that (see “I’ll Never Say Never Again”, arr. Tom Gentry, changes by Mo Field).


When you buy my learning tracks, you are constructively agreeing that you will pay licensing fees for the copies of the downloads that you make. Go to www.Harryfox.com to learn about and pay these fees. This is how the copyright holder gets paid. Current mechanical licensing fees for a song that’s 5 minutes or less are $.0910 per copy, for a minimum of 25 copies. That’s $2.28. Being legal is inexpensive. The lawyer in me urges you to make your downloaded tracks legal.