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Learning Aids for the Messiah
CyberBass®, a “learning site for choral singers” has adjustable speed midi type playback with emphasis on the selected part (soprano, alto, etc) or tutti. Good for mastering tricky sections.
Chord Perfect is a YouTube channel that has all the chorales for Messiah and has four singers with an orchestra in all practice tracks, but the prioritized voice part is the loudest. This link will take you to the playlists for parts – the first four listed are the parts for the Messiah.
Andrew Grigg presents the individual parts of the first five choral pieces (through Glory to God) by a trained singer. Adjusting the playback speed to 1.25 will give a more realistic presentation although maybe a little fast.
The gear icon in the lower right hand corner of YouTube playback windows usually presents an opportunity to increase or decrease the speed of playback without changing the pitch.
Dr. Charles Rives - RIVES@tarleton.edu
Dr. Lenora McCroskey - email@example.com
Production Team - all in the choir
Hildegard Rainbow - firstname.lastname@example.org
Esther Andrews - Esther@jsandrews.com
John Andrews - email@example.com
Harry Phillips - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meghan Kajihara - email@example.com
Society Officers that sing in the choir
Sue Smith - President - firstname.lastname@example.org
John Todd - Vice President - email@example.com
Theresa Carriveau - Secretary - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Weber - Treasurer - email@example.com
Victoria Falkner Jones - Member Services - - firstname.lastname@example.org
Beverly Hoch - Young Musician Competition - email@example.com