Chanter en français/Singing in French – description

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Do you sing like a pan or like a nightingale (most excellent French expression!)  It really doesn’t matter!

Singing has huge benefits for language learning – it helps with nerves, is great for pronunciation and intonation, helps with vocab and is a wonderful insight into French culture and society.

In our singing group we will be trying everything from traditional music, to pop and soul – maybe you could suggest your favourite tunes for us to have a go at?

So why not give it a try?  Once again, you do not need to be able to sing, just want to have fun and use your French.

Our meetings will take place as follows:

 Tuesdays  1 – 2pm in  weeks   5,  8,  10  and 12     –  University Place 3.213

Wednesdays  3 – 4 pm   in weeks 7,  9  and  11 –  Samuel Alexander A215

So just come along or email Catherine Franc for more details (c.franc@manchester.ac.uk).

TO SEE DESCRIPTION INCLUDING LYRICS FOR EACH SESSION PLEASE CLICK ON THE RELEVANT ‘SINGING IN FRENCH’ DATE ON THE HOME PAGE

Watch the Chanter en français group sing at Contact, 21st March 2013!

Les Champs Elysées‘ and ‘La jument de Michao

 

 

 

 

 

 

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