Sing Your Notes Perfectly. We have put together a free guide called 'Learning Your Voice Part' which you can read and print off now if you wish:. The more confident you are in your voice part. ChoraLine is available on a premium CD and. Mass in B Minor Motets No. How to learn your choral part. Nearly all choral music has specific notes and words written for each voice part Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass and these are shown on seperate lines in the vocal score. Please see the example below. It requires time and dedication to learn your choral part so it becomes second nature to sing. ChoraLine rehearsal recordings are learning tools specifically created for this purpose.
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Learning your part has never been more easy. Try our new online application! No boring MIDI-files! Only real voices! You still have the possibility to stay onboard as a ChoralPractice Free member, for no charge at all.
Developed by choral singers for choral singers using advanced techniques, they offer an unbeaten range of special features including complete control of the target and other voices, and precise location-finding of sections and bars. We also supply scores at discount prices for bulk choir orders , performance CDs of most choral works, and choir choral folders. Donations are appreciated and they are used to develop and maintain this web site. A quota of any donation is also allocated to the payment of copyright fees for works that have been requested by some choirs but that cannot be published yet because of copyright issues. The training aids are delivered in the form of audio files, which can be either directly played on the PC, or recorded on CDs and listened using any audio CD player. It is also possible to record them on audio cassettes. Alternatively, CD's are directly made by Choralia from the audio files and shipped via post services. The idea is that singers or instrumentalists, particularly those whose sight-reading abilities are limited or still developing, can practise their own part at home with the aid of a CD designed just for this purpose, with their own notes emphasised. The musician subsequently gets more out of group rehearsals than having to rely on them as "notebashing" sessions.