Night Blooming Jasmine by Elise Witt © Non Si Sa Mai Music ASCAP sung by Springdale Park Elementary Spark Atlanta GA ~ Directed by Brianne Turgeon A Selection from the Elise Witt Choral Series SATB, SSAA, TTBB Song Arrangements
by Billy Jonas www.BillyJonas.com MORE LOVE Recording – https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5uluingk3dggjn2/AADs_m1W0w5TvkWUlXstQVaPa?dl=0 Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxUgFSCtd1k simu, simu means “put, put”, just cuz in Hebrew it sounded nice to say it twice. in English not so much! ahavatkhem = your love Ahava = Love Khem is a suffix meaning you all, and the letter T is a grammatical construct to link a […]
Check out our new music video for Spiral – we just entered it into NPR tiny desk contest! Spiral by Elise Witt © Non Si Sa Mai Music ASCAP Elise Witt, vocal Mick Kinney, piano Recorded on Elise’s CD “Open the Window” © EMWorld Records EMW-1008
Sunday, April 8th Elise Witt, Terry Garthwaite and Becky Reardon 2:00 p.m. Natural Rhythms in Concert Imagine Janis Joplin, Joan Baez, Annie Ross and Edith Piaf taking a turn from Barbara Kingsolver and Dr. Seuss and you’ll have some idea of these mad and moving musical adventures! Whether it’s a polyrhythmic improvisation on the physics […]
WOMEN ON AIR https://www.facebook.com/WomenOnAir/ Dec. 15, 2015 hosted by Susan Lachmann on WETS-FM, Jonesboro TN 19:22 Introduction to interview – Peace with Harmony 25:16 Interview about Community Singing 30:00 Bees Make Honey 38:42 Interview about the Global Village Project and languages 42:40 Earbone 47:10 Ending Also hear: Vienna Tang – Transcontinental Lizz Wright – I’m […]
Elise Witt – An interview with the singer, composer, educator, recording artist and community activist. “I wanted to contribute to change and connect to people through my music.” Elise Witt is a person who is driven to make the world a better place through music and the performing arts. After being born in Switzerland and spending her early childhood in upstate New York, Elise was raised in the southern U.S. state of North Carolina and since 1977 has made Georgia her home. Her mother used to sing in a choir in Switzerland and Elise carries on that singing tradition. Her main interests through her school years were languages of the world. She would study this in college and is fluent in French, German, Italian, Spanish and English.