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Schubert: Mass in G

Practice Lines (MIDI): Mass in G

Practice Lines (MP3)

1. Kyrie Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
2. Gloria (bars 1–39) Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
2. Gloria (bars 62–86) Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised
3. Credo Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
4. Sanctus Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
5. Benedictus (bars 50–82) Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
6. Agnus Dei Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance

Mozart: Ave verum corpus

Practice Lines (MIDI): Ave verum corpus

Practice Lines (MP3)

Ave verum corpus Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance

Purcell: Rejoice in the Lord alway

Practice Lines (MIDI): Rejoice in the Lord alway

Practice Lines (MP3)

P4, line 2 – end of p5 Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
P11, line 3 – end of work Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised

Purcell: Come, ye sons of art

Practice Lines (MIDI): Come, ye sons of art

Practice Lines (MP3)

Bars 88–115   Alto       Performance
Bars 116–143 Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
Sound the trumpet Soprano Alto     Unemphasised Performance

Wesley: Wash me throughly

Practice Lines (MIDI): Wash me throughly

Practice Lines (MP3)

Wash me throughly Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance

Wesley: Ascribe unto the Lord

Practice Lines (MP3)

Bars 1–46 Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised Performance
Bars 47–145 Soprano 1 Soprano 2 Alto 1 Alto 2 Unemphasised
Bars 146–180 Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised
Bars 180–226 Soprano 1 Alto Tenor 1 Bass Unemphasised
Soprano 2 Tenor 2
Bars 227–347 Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Unemphasised

Note on file formats

The practice lines on this page come in two different formats: MIDI and MP3. MIDI files are more flexible than MP3 files and, if you have the right software, allow you to do things like slowing down or speeding up the music or adjusting the level and sound of different parts to make them stand out for you. Unfortunately, MIDI software is not always easy to use, and may not be readily available on your computer (in particular, MIDI software is hard to find for Apple computers, including Macs, iPhones and iPads). In summary, MP3 files are more universal and easier to use, but MIDI files are more flexible.