CS Sound Files

Chamber Singers part-learning tracks

Tracks for the “combined choir” pieces are found under CC Sound Files.

You’ll find below part learning tracks for the CS pieces due for the first part of the semester shown below. I’m asking you to learn about 12 minutes of music for the first concert. Your part is played and sung. Please listen to the track for your part five times:

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 mentiones. Circle your clef for each system if that helps guide your eye.

2nd time - note intervals that surprise you

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. :-)

Serenissima Una Noche


 The track for the BASS PART is found above this statement


Pokpok Alimpako

 The track for the SOPRANO 1 PART is found above this statement


The track for the SOPRANO 2 PART is found above this statement

 The track for the ALTO 1 PART is found above this statement


The track for the ALTO 2 PART is found above this statement


 The track for the TENOR PART is found above this statement


 The track for the BASS PART is found above this statement


With a Lily in Your Hand mm 3 to 29

 The track for the SOPRANO PART is found above this statement


 The track for the ALTO PART is found above this statement


 The track for the TENOR PART is found above this statement


 The track for the BASS PART is found above this statement

The CONTINUOUS track for Bass 1&2 is found above this statement


The CONTINUOUS track for Bass 2 is found above this statement

Domine, labia mea aperies (Orlando di Lasso)

Here is a link to a YouTube performance of the piece

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mt-8RWTGGs


The soprano part track is above this statement


The alto part track is above this statement


The tenor part track is above this statement


The bass part track is above this statement



It takes a Village (Joan Szymko)

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

Here is a complete performance by Choral Project









© Ralph Hughes 2014