Faure's Requiem - Op. 48, composed 1877
This work is usually performed by the Trinity Singers at the commemoration service held at 6:30pm on the nearest Sunday to 11th November. Given below are web links to the complete score at the IMSLP (International music score library - Petrucci), and links to various practise videos on You Tube, & MIDI practice files from Learn Choral Music.co.uk. Members of the choir could use these files to practise from.
Members of the public are encouraged to listen to the music and join us on the evening of the event if you are able. The Trinity Singers are always looking for new members so, even if you have not sung before why not have a go and practise the work NOW then join us at 4:30 pm on the day at Holy Trinity for our pre event rehersal where you will receive a warm welcome.
Disclaimer. The links below are provided in good faith & for non commercial private study purposes. The parish of Holy Trinity with St Wilfrid's Bingley did not upload these files to the internet and are not responsible for their copyright or validity - they were uploaded by those credited with this below. You are at liberty to use the files or not according to your own discretion.
(1) The IMSLP entry page for Faure's requiem - showing the available scores and their MP3 files of the various sections:- http://imslp.org/wiki/Requiem,_Op.48_(Faur%C3%A9,_Gabriel)
(2) The YOU Tube links to the various sections of Faure's requiem giving a useful practise score & sung by the choir of St Mary's cathedral Edinburgh. (Other versions are available.) Credit - thanks to "Morphthing". When you have followed the link please click again on the link at the top of the You Tube page to proceed to the item.
(3) The MIDI (*.MID) practise files for the various individual parts from "Learn choral music.co.uk".
If you are a dab hand with a computer or want to try these with your latest high tech mobile phone, visit this site where you can either play directly or download and save to your device the appropriate files for your voice whether Soprano, Alto, Tenor or Bass, see: http://www.learnchoralmusic.co.uk/Faure/Requiem/Requiem.html
- then you can play them on your MIDI equipped keyboard or carry them around on your midi equipped mobile device.
(For those who don't know, MIDI stands for "Musical Instrument Digital Interface" - an electronic version of the pianola concept and one that's been around since about the mid 1980's. These computer files contain instructions (eg instrument voice, pitch, volume, ON, OFF etc) - which allow the sound card of your device to play the items using the internal instrument voices within its sound card. Computer programs are also available which allow this to be manipulated (eg voice, tempo, notes ) and which may also reverese annotate the file back to a useable score. MIDI files may be sent as digital information from a file player device such as a computer to an instrument device such as an electronic piano, or sound expansion box using a MIDI cable. For further information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIDI)
17th March - Stations of the cross service - O my King by Karen Markham - a low quality compressed MP3 file of the whole service is now available on our audio page to download and listen to. A high quality CD is also available
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