MEMBERS' SUPPORT FOR LEARNING MUSIC


MOZART'S REQUIEM

Preferred Recording of this work

Our Musical Director recommends that we listen to the John Eliot Gardiner recording of Mozart's Requiem. Click on the link below:

https://youtu.be/Idb4IDuIxjI



CHORAL MUSIC LEARNING SITES

CHORALIA (NB: Edition 1)

MP3 version:

http://www.choralia.net/mz01mp3/mz01mp3en.htm



CYBERBASS (NB Edition 2)

http://www.cyberbass.com/Major_Works/Mozart_W_A/mozart_KV626_requiem.htm







SOME GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ON USING CHORAL LEARNING WEBSITES

Please use all learning sites in compliance with Australian copyright law.

Choralia

http://www.choralia.net

This site offers synthetic voices singing the words, so that you hear where the syllables come. This also makes it easier to get the rhythms correct. You will be able to change the tempo which is useful in the early stages of learning the music.

Scroll down to your part (e.g. soprano2) and the movement you want to practise.
Then click the speaker in the column you want:
a) your own part with keyboard (left column)     OR
b) all parts, with your part louder (middle column)     OR
c) all parts at the same volume (right column)

NB: You can use this site online as often as you wish. However, if you want to download files to burn a CD, please note the detailed licence conditions on

http://www.choralia.net/contacts.htm

Cyberbass

This is a very clear piano version. If you click on your own part (rather than Tutti) you'll hear it amplified above the other parts. Tutti plays all parts together at the same volume.

You are free to use the online links as many times as you like under the terms of Cyberbass licensing arrangements with the composer. Some browsers will allow you to change the tempo of the music. Scroll further down the Cyberbass page and you will find the links to do this. This is useful in slowing down the music for learning purposes.

http://www.cyberbass.com




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