Audio resources

This page contains general audio resources for use by choir members.  This includes individual voice lines for some of the pieces we are rehearsing, and pronunciation files where appropriate.

Texts and exercises

John Dexter’s Rhythm Method: – this booklet by our musical director, published in 2009, provides guidance and tuition in the sight-singing of simple and more complex rhythmic patterns.   Audio illustrations of the examples and exercises are available in the document by clicking on the associated track number.   N.B. When viewing the document online, clicking on the tracks will switch to viewing the audio player.  In order to continue displaying the text while playing the audio track, download the document to your phone, tablet or computer and click on the links when online.

Voice lines

Learning tracks for works currently being rehearsed can be played by clicking on the relevant part name:

Lauridsen, O Magnum Mysterium (piano)
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass

Lauridsen, O Magnum Mysterium (other editions)
Tenor 1 electronic
Bass 1 (sung but dodgy tuning in places)
Bass 2 (sung but dodgy tuning in places)

Fauré, Cantique de Jean Racine (sung)
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass

Haydn, Insanae et Vanae Curae (piano)
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass

Lotti, Crucifixus (sung)
Soprano 1
Soprano 2
Alto 1
Alto 2
Tenor 1
Tenor 2
Bass 1
Bass 2