A Season of Infinite Possibilities
Holiday Concert YouTube playlist / Holiday Concert practice files
Holiday Concert 2021 Chamber Chorale
Messiah – December 2021 Chamber Chorale
Messiah Choruses https://www.youtube.com/
A World in Harmony – Fall 2021
YouTube Playlist for Concert Chorale
Practice parts by vocal section (Lux Aeterna, And So It Goes, Underneath the Stars, Alleluia (from “Brazilian Psalm”), Gloria (from “Missa Brevis…”)
Practice files for POP songs (Africa, My Cherie Amour, September, Tiny Dancer, You Really Got Me)
Cherubini MP3 Files (movements 1-7)
Brightest & Best Holiday Concert
Rhythm Planet – all rep/all parts
Dvorak rehearsal tracks with real voices, thank you Marcia Ginley!
Stabat Mater Latin Translation from Susan.
Bass, baritone, and tenor parts for Son de la Loma from Susan Olenwine.
Bass rehearsal parts for Mardi Gras from Susan Olenwine.
Youtube Video of Syler “Missions”
Mardi Gras MP3s – Google Drive link. Thank you, Cynthia Rosengren!
“Practice Parts for “A Little Jazz Mass” – Link to SingingPractice.co.uk
Mardi Gras Youtube play list from Vicki
Chan Chan with Pete Seeger’s Grandson singing – thank you to Marian Bussey!
Cleaned up Negro Bembon Score – thank you to Ray Knudson and Cynthia Rosengren!
Google Drive Folder with MP3s of the Messiah Choruses – Thank you, Cynthia Rosengren!
Youtube Playlist of only the Messiah Parts we are doing, tenor only – thank you to Kirk Maple!
Google Drive Folder with all practice tracks for the Cuban concert including a folder of practice tracks for the Latin Dance Medley.
Messiah – Saint Mary’s Singers of Sidney Practice Parts – thank you to Caroline Carlson!
Supplemental Sacred Music Practicing Recordings from Susan
Youtube play list for “Between Heaven and Earth” from Dr. Vicki
Practice aids for March Concerts
Youtube playlist for the holiday concert
Pronunciation Recordings from Andrea Zorzutti
Phoenetic Pronunciation to Ile Aiye and Magalenha to fit Soprano Parts from Marian Bussey
Information about Solos in the Carnival Brazil Concert
Portuguese Pronunciation Guide
Youtube playlist for the Brazilian Concert in October 2017
Tour Rehearsal Aids for the Ireland Tour
Brazilian Music Youtube playlist for the Chamber Singers for the October 2017 concert
This one isn’t free but is professional singers: http://rehearsalarts.com/Beethoven_9th_Symphony_3.html
And this one for German diction: https://soundcloud.com/follower144/pronunciation-guide-for
Cindy Practice Parts (2 versions)
Bluegrass Mass practice parts (2 ways)
Practice Recordings for Chamber Singers
Youtube playlist for Fall 2016
Chamber “Go Tell It:” www.jeffreynytch.com/composing/
Any and all practice materials will be available here: https://goo.gl/Lh2AeB
Practice Recordings for Chamber Singers
Practice recordings are available here: https://goo.gl/SDPbsJ
Practice Resources, from Ethan Hecht:
I have added new versions of River of Entangled Voices. All parts now have a recording that is just the part and one that has the rest but with the volume turned down on all but your part.
I also reorganized the MP3 folder so that there is a folder for each section. Hopefully this makes it easier for you to find your parts.
Everyone should now be able to access this just by clicking on the link. You should be able to listen to the recordings right in the browser window.
When you click the link it will download to your computer. This is a new adventure for us and we may try it different ways, so please let me know if you have trouble or feedback at Ethan@BoulderChorale.org or 303-912-6725.
These recordings will hopefully help you learn your individual parts. They are not fancy, and might not even be perfect, but are pretty close. Please pay close attention to both the notes and the rhythms. I did not do separate recordings for divided parts, e.g., baritone/bass, first and second soprano. Some of these are just for Chamber Singers. Good luck!
9/16/15 – Weekly Rehearsal Notes and Assignments from Dr. Vicki
Dr. Vicki Burrichter, Artistic Director, The Boulder Chorale
PH: (303) 668-6215
“When we all sing with one voice, the world will stop and listen.”