25,000 Choral Singers use ChoraLine Every Year
To Help Learn Their Choral Part
Sing Your Notes Perfectly
"Since I have been using ChoraLine, I sing with more confidence and experience
a higher level of achievement and enjoyment"
Choral music has specific notes and words written for each SATB Voice Part(Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
and these are shown on seperate lines in the sheet music called a vocal score:
To really enjoy singing in your choir you need to learn and rehearse your SATB Voice Part so you are singing the right words at the right pitch at precisely the right time.
Choral directors are very appreciative when singers have taken the time to learn their voice parts as this means they can focus on directing the whole choir rather than spending valuable rehearsal time on teaching individual sections their words and notes.
It does take time and dedication to know your part well and ChoraLine makes this an enjoyable way to achieve this aim.
We have put together a free guide called 'Learning Your Voice Part' which you can read and print off now if you wish:
Free PDF Download HOW TO LEARN YOUR VOICE PART Introduction - Step by Step Guide - Explanation of Choral Terms
The more confident you are in your voice part
the more you contribute to your choir
ChoraLine is available on a premium CD and
EasyPlay to use right away on your phone, tablet, laptop and PC.
Please click on your voice part to try a free EasyPlay sample which is the first movement from Handel Messiah
SOPRANO ALTO TENOR BASS
High Quality: Created by an expert choral singer & BBC Sound Engineer
Easy To Use: A narrator guides you
Learn At Your Own Pace: Singing with the music
Please click below on the name of the composer of the choral work you are singing
Mass in B Minor
Motets No. 1 & 5
Motets No. 2 & 4
Motets No. 3 & 6
St John Passion
St Mathew Passion
9th (Choral Symphony)
Mass in C
Missa Solemnis in D
Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem)
Chichester Psalms (with Hebrew pronunciation guide)
German Requiem (Ein Deutsches Requiem)
Ceremony of Carols
Rejoice in the Lamb
Mass in E Minor
Mass in F Minor
Messe de Minuit
Mass in D
Dream of Gerontius
Light of Life (Lux Christi)
Spirit of England
Cantique de Jean Racine
For St Cecilia
Intimations of Immortality
Lo, The Full Final Sacrifice
In Terra Pax
GILBERT & SULLIVAN
Trial by Jury
Eternal Light a Requiem
The Lord's my Shepherd
Messe Solennelle de St Cecile
Dettingen Te Deum (Novello Edition)
Dettingen Te Deum (Peters Edition)
Israel in Egypt
Messiah - '3 Steps to Sing'
Messiah - 'With Singer'
Ode on Saint Cecilia's Day
The Creation (Die Schopfung)
Harmoniemesse (Wind Band Mass)
Little Organ Mass
Maria Theresa Mass (Theresienmesse)
Missa Sancti Nicolai (Mass of St Nicholas)
Nelson Mass (Missa in Angustiis)
The Armed Man : A Mass for Peace
Gods of Olympus
A Parliament of Owls
For the Fallen
Great Choruses from Great Oratorios
Resurrection Symphony (Symphony No. 2)
Symphony of a Thousand (Symphony No. 8)
St Paul (Paulus)
Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang, Symphony No. 2)
Mass in C (Levin Edition)
Mass in C (New Novello Edition)
Mass in C (All other Editions)
Coronation Mass in C
Missa Brevis in B flat
I Was Glad
Blest Pair of Sirens (4 and 8 part versions)
Invocation to Music
Hear my Words ye People
Dido & Aeneas
Ode on Saint Cecilia's Day
Come ye Sons of Art, Away
Messa di Gloria
Vespers (with Russian pronunciation)
Mass in A Flat
Mass in G
STAINER / MAUNDER
Olivet to Calvary
Symphony of Psalms
A Child of Our Time
Five Negro Spirituals
Dona Nobis Pacem
Five Mystical Songs
Fantasia on Christmas Carols
Toward the Unknown Region
A Sea Symphony
4 Sacred Pieces
Coronation Te Deum
The Road Not Taken
In Praise of Singing
ChoraLine recordings are learning tools, specifically created to help choral singers memorise their vocal line and practise between choir rehearsals.
ChoraLine is available as a CD (posted on same day as ordered) and an MP3 download so you can start rehearsing right away.
Please click on the free PDF download below which is a clear step-by-step guide on learning your voice part with ChoraLine and also contains a useful glossary of the musical terms used by choral directors and singers:
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It is the attention to detail and the quality of the Choraline recordings (produced by Lloyd Silverthorne a top BBC sound engineer) which makes ChoraLine such a pleasure to use.
The narrator (Martin Muncaster, also of the BBC) provides verbal cues throughout the piece to remind you where you are using bar numbers and rehearsal letters.
The narrator calls out to let you know when you are to come in and then to 'cue' your entry.
Each voice is represented by a musical instrument (soprano/flute, alto/oboe, tenor/French horn, bass/bassoon) making it easy to follow and fine to use any edition of the vocal score.
A narrator guides you with 'verbal signposts' (using bar numbers and rehearsal letters) to ensure you don't get lost.
ChoraLine highlights your part clearly and prominently.
Hear and assimilate the music so it becomes second nature to sing.
Rehearse in time with the music and learn at your own pace.
Use the balance control on your stereo (or the graphic equaliser on your computer) to enhance or diminish your voice part. Have your vocal line quite loud to start with and when you feel you know your part, test yourself by turning it right down. The 'verbal signposts', other parts and backing music remains audible at the normal level.
Focus on challenging sections by going over and over specific parts of a movement
Use as a 'pitch cue' for your vocal entry.
Practice hitting the notes until you are perfect.