CC Sound Files

Chamber Singers, Concert Choir and part-learning tracks

You’ll find below part learning tracks for the Concert Choir and combined pieces below.

1st time - mark some timings in so you’ll be able to return to sections of the part-learning track that are the most helpful to you. Also, mark reminders in your score of interpretive things mentioned. Circle your clef for each system if that helps guide your eye.

2nd time - note intervals that surprise you. An interval is the distance in terms of high vs. low. It is easy to figure out the interval—simply count the lines and spaces (i.e. line-space-line, you said three things, that’s a third!)

3rd through 5th times - sing along with the track

If you get to where you can sing it better than my provided track, please work with me to record it and I’ll replace my track with YOU singing it. :-)

New Tracks (from our May 14 Concert, please use to review for our May 23rd Concert at Del Campo High School)


Bring Me Little Water, Silvy


Loch Lomond


Voice on the Wind


Waving Through a Window


The Road Home


Fly to Paradise



Waving Through a Window (NEW TRACKS on May 1)


Here are some new tracks of full performance


The full performance at 139 beats per minute above this statement


The full performance at 139 beats per minute above this statement

Here are some new tracks of the instrumentals


The performance track at 134 beats per minute above this statement


The full performance at 139 beats per minute above this statement


The full performance at 146 beats per minute above this statement

The Soprano part is found above this statement


The Alto part is found above this statement


The Tenor part is found above this statement


The Bass part is found above this statement


The Solo part is found above this statement


The “Half Ensemble” part is found above this statement


Voice on the Wind (Sarah Quartel)

The Soprano 1 part is found above this statement


The Soprano 2 part is found above this statement


The Alto 1 part is found above this statement


The Alto 2 part is found above this statement


Here is a wonderful performance of Voice on the Wind that was provided the publisher of the score.


The Road Home (Stephen Paulus)

The SOPRANO SOLO part is found in the track above this statement


The SOPRANO 1 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The SOPRANO 2 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The ALTO PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR 1 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR 2 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The BASS 1 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The BASS 2 PREDOMINANT part is found in the track above this statement


The BALANCED VOICES part is found in the track above this statement


Here is a complete performance of the piece by the wonderful choir Conspirare.


Loch Lomond (arr. Jonathan Quick)


The TENOR 1 part is found in the track above this statement.  For each voice part, you will find two tracks (the first 44 measures and the second track finishes the piece)


The TENOR 2 part is found in the track above this statement.  For each voice part, you will find two tracks (the first 44 measures and the second track finishes the piece)


The BASS 1 part is found in the track above this statement.  For each voice part, you will find two tracks (the first 44 measures and the second track finishes the piece)


The BASS 2 & SOLO part is found in the track above this statement. For each voice part, you will find two tracks (the first 44 measures and the second track finishes the piece)

Here is a complete performance by Chor Leoni (a 50-voice men’s choir from Vancouver Canada). We will need to sing the piece at a faster tempo due to our much smaller size. Enjoy!

Zum Gali (arr. Maurice Goldman)


The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement

The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR part is found in the track above this statement


The BASS part is found in the track above this statement


Laudate Dominum (Mozart)

The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement


The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR part is found in the track above this statement


The BASS part is found in the track above this statement


Gondoliers (Gilbert and Sullivan)

The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement


The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR part is found in the track above this statement



The BASS part is found in the track above this statement


Go Lovely Rose (Stroope)

This pieces has further division for each section. For each section you will find two tracks—the one higher on the page is for firsts and the next for seconds.


The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement



The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement



The TENOR part is found in the track above this statement



The BASS part is found in the track above this statement


Homeward Bound (SAB arr. Jay Althouse)

The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement


The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement


The BARITONE part is found in the track above this statement


Fly to Paradise

The SOLO part is found in the track above this statement


The SOPRANO part is found in the track above this statement


The ALTO part is found in the track above this statement


The TENOR part is found in the track above this statement


The BASS part is found in the track above this statement








This Is Me

This is the closer for our concert—I’d love for it to be a chance to show a strong collaboration of both choirs, Heidi, and all other musicians. I wish the arrangment had separate staves for each line, but you should by now be able to decipher your part from that of others.

Soprano part


Middle treble part (only for sections in which it divides into three parts)


Alto part


Tenor part


Bass part


SMALL GROUP PART for pages 14 to 16. 

Men are expected to know both the choir part plus the lowest “small group” part. Altos should know the alto choral part and the middle “small group” part. Sopranos are expected to know the soprano choral part and the top “small group” part.


© Ralph Hughes 2014