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Rehearsal Materials | Formby Choral Society
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Rehearsal materials
As well as listening to recorded performances by way of CD, iTunes, Spotify or YouTube, there are a number of sites specifically aimed at choral singers, where you can find “recordings” of many choral works with individual voice parts highlighted. Some allow you to slow the track down, and some will let you download to your computer for use offline.

YouTube

Haydn: Paukenmesse

Follow the links below for YouTube clips, which moves the score as the music plays

Kyrie
Gloria
Credo
Sanctus/Benedictus
Agnus Dei


Mozart: Solemn Vespers
The whole work
The vespers are divided into 6 sections:
- Dixit Dominus (
0:00)
- Confitebor tibi Domine (
4:07)
- Beatus vir (
8:41)
- Laudate pueri Dominum (
13:27)
- Laudate Dominum (
16:52)
- Magnificat anima mea (
21:04)
Here is John Hooper’s incredible resource of Midi files

And John Fletcher’s site - takes more searching but also excellent. Needs a login - the Choral Society has one … ask the conductor for details !

CyberBass - another hugely helpful resource - but this one costs …

You might like to search these sites for rehearsal files of the current music … because some of them allow you to slow the music down!
Otherwise, see below left.

YouTube: you can search for v