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New City, New State, New Home for Susan and Zanna Discs 

       After almost twenty years of living and teaching in Nashville, TN, I've moved back west to my new home in Bend, OR. I'm teaching loads of singers online via Zoom and Skype, and Zanna Discs kept going throughout the move: we just updated the Android version of the Sing Harmonies App. My new mailing address is:

Susan Anders/Zanna Discs
PO Box 2371 
Bend, OR 97703

 

New songs added to the Sing Harmonies App 

    We've added twelve new songs to the app, all available via in-app purchase. If you already own the app you'll find them in the Song Store. If you have the Android version the songs are available now. For iPhones and iPads please update to version 3.5 so the new songs download correctly. 
  
    Here are the new songs we added: 
  
Sound of Silence                         Stand By Me 
Seven Bridges Road                   Shallow 
Let it Be           True Colors         The Rose 
What a Beautiful Name               Reckless Love 
How Great Thou Art                    Carol of the Bells 
What a Friend We Have in Jesus    
  
    Song arrangement info, difficulty level, and keys are on the song info page at SingHarmonies.com. 
  
The Sing Harmonies iPhone App 
  
The Sing Harmonies Android App

Sing Harmonies for Android is Here 

I now have an Android version of the Sing Harmonies App available on Google Play. It works just like the iOS version and comes loaded with three harmony songs: Lean On Me, Teach Your Children, and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. All of the 38 additional songs available for the iOS version are also available for the Android version via in-app purchase. Detailed song info is here. If you like the app please leave a review on Google Play. Check out the app here.

Sing Harmonies Android App is Coming, Plus New Songs 

I've been learning and singing the alto harmony part for Helplessly Hoping, Take it Easy, Imagine, and a bunch of other great songs. We still need to add the soprano, tenor, and bass singers--we're hoping to add ten new songs to the app by the summer. Meanwhile, our developers are still hard at work on an android version of the Sing Harmonies App, which will include all the same songs as the iPhone/iPad version.