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Learn Choral Music

How to learn your choral part

Nearly all choral music has specific notes and words written for each voice part (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) and these are shown on seperate lines in the vocal score.  Please see the example below


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It requires time and dedication to learn your choral part so it becomes second nature to sing. ChoraLine rehearsal recordings are learning tools specifically created for this purpose.

Choral directors are very appreciative when singers have taken the time to learn their choral part, also known as vocal line or voice part, 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 to sing.

During the rehearsal period and building up to the actual concert it is very worthwhile to continue to practice at home so your words and notes become second nature to sing.  The more confident you are in your 'part' the more you will contribute fully to your choir and experience a high level of personal achievement.
ChoraLine learning tools are created specifically to help you achieve these aims.
Please click here to see all the Choral works covered by ChoraLine which are available as a CD or in our new EasyPlay format to use right away or please try our ...
Free ChoraLine Sample


"And the Glory of the Lord"

First Movement in Handel Messiah


Please click on the choral part you sing and try ChoraLine for free