Worum es bei uns geht

Sacred Harp is a different kind of singing. It's loud. It's got shapes. In Hamburg, as is typical of Sacred Harp groups in Germany, singers are a motley crew of Germans and Ausländer who enjoy powerful sounds as well as each other's company.

Here, have a listen. This is at a Sacred Harp convention in Ireland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6hkbIdycpc&feature=youtu.be

And here's a video of Sacred Harp in Hamburg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_PihDGiNog&feature=youtu.be

Welcome, welcome every guest [24]

The Hamburg Sacred Harp group, which was formed in August 2013, meets every Tuesday, 7:30-8:30 in the Anglican Church of St Thomas Becket on Zeughausmarkt 22, 20459 Hamburg. Group membership is non-binding and entirely free of charge. Anyone is welcome to come and listen. Although we do encourage our visitors to sing from the outset – because it is more fun and the quickest way to learn – no one is obliged to do so.

Come and join us every Tuesday at 7:30pm at the "Englische Kirche"

Anglican Church of St Thomas Becket

Zeughausmarkt 22

20459 Hamburg

Bevorstehende Events (5)

Christian Harmony Singing (I)

Englische Kirche

Come join us for some singing! Our meetings are on Tuesdays 7:15-8:30pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Due to the pandemic, we have introduced a **COVID safety plan**. For now, what you need to know is: **come wearing a mask** and be prepared to leave behind your contact information (which we will keep on record for 4 weeks). Please contact us directly if you would like to view a copy of the safety plan in advance of the singing or if you have any additional questions. For the month of November we will be singing from The Christian Harmony. Like Sacred Harp, Christian Harmony is a different kind of singing. It's also loud and also has shapes. Unlike The Sacred Harp, The Christian Harmony uses a seven-shape system (doremi) - Sacred Harp uses only four. For you non-Germans out there: think Sound of Music. The songs are in English, but it doesn't matter if you can't keep up with the text – most of us can't, either. In Hamburg, as is typical of Sacred Harp groups in Germany, singers are a motley crew of Germans and Non-Germans/Internationals/Ausländer/Other who enjoy powerful sounds as well as each other's company. In addition to those of you who are visiting us via Meetup (great!), there are about 8-10 singers each week who do not sign up on Meetup -- the regulars, you might say. That's not to stop you from RSVP-ing, of course.

Christian Harmony Singing (II)

Englische Kirche

Come join us for some singing! Our meetings are on Tuesdays 7:15-8:30pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Due to the pandemic, we have introduced a **COVID safety plan**. For now, what you need to know is: **come wearing a mask** and be prepared to leave behind your contact information (which we will keep on record for 4 weeks). Please contact us directly if you would like to view a copy of the safety plan in advance of the singing or if you have any additional questions. For the month of November we will be singing from The Christian Harmony. Like Sacred Harp, Christian Harmony is a different kind of singing. It's also loud and also has shapes. Unlike The Sacred Harp, The Christian Harmony uses a seven-shape system (doremi) - Sacred Harp uses only four. For you non-Germans out there: think Sound of Music. The songs are in English, but it doesn't matter if you can't keep up with the text – most of us can't, either. In Hamburg, as is typical of Sacred Harp groups in Germany, singers are a motley crew of Germans and Non-Germans/Internationals/Ausländer/Other who enjoy powerful sounds as well as each other's company. In addition to those of you who are visiting us via Meetup (great!), there are about 8-10 singers each week who do not sign up on Meetup -- the regulars, you might say. That's not to stop you from RSVP-ing, of course.

Christian Harmony Singing (III)

Englische Kirche

Come join us for some singing! Our meetings are on Tuesdays 7:15-8:30pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Due to the pandemic, we have introduced a **COVID safety plan**. For now, what you need to know is: **come wearing a mask** and be prepared to leave behind your contact information (which we will keep on record for 4 weeks). Please contact us directly if you would like to view a copy of the safety plan in advance of the singing or if you have any additional questions. For the month of November we will be singing from The Christian Harmony. Like Sacred Harp, Christian Harmony is a different kind of singing. It's also loud and also has shapes. Unlike The Sacred Harp, The Christian Harmony uses a seven-shape system (doremi) - Sacred Harp uses only four. For you non-Germans out there: think Sound of Music. The songs are in English, but it doesn't matter if you can't keep up with the text – most of us can't, either. In Hamburg, as is typical of Sacred Harp groups in Germany, singers are a motley crew of Germans and Non-Germans/Internationals/Ausländer/Other who enjoy powerful sounds as well as each other's company. In addition to those of you who are visiting us via Meetup (great!), there are about 8-10 singers each week who do not sign up on Meetup - the regulars, you might say. That's not to stop you from RSVP-ing, of course.

Christian Harmony Singing (IV)

Englische Kirche

Come join us for some singing! Our meetings are on Tuesdays 7:15-8:30pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Due to the pandemic, we have introduced a **COVID safety plan**. For now, what you need to know is: **come wearing a mask** and be prepared to leave behind your contact information (which we will keep on record for 4 weeks). Please contact us directly if you would like to view a copy of the safety plan in advance of the singing or if you have any additional questions. For the month of November we will be singing from The Christian Harmony. Like Sacred Harp, Christian Harmony is a different kind of singing. It's also loud and also has shapes. Unlike The Sacred Harp, The Christian Harmony uses a seven-shape system (doremi) - Sacred Harp uses only four. For you non-Germans out there: think Sound of Music. The songs are in English, but it doesn't matter if you can't keep up with the text – most of us can't, either. In Hamburg, as is typical of Sacred Harp groups in Germany, singers are a motley crew of Germans and Non-Germans/Internationals/Ausländer/Other who enjoy powerful sounds as well as each other's company. In addition to those of you who are visiting us via Meetup (great!), there are about 8-10 singers each week who do not sign up on Meetup - the regulars, you might say. That's not to stop you from RSVP-ing, of course.

Vergangene Events (207)

Weekly Sacred Harp Singing

Englische Kirche

Fotos (57)