Vocal music and V Guide - Resources and Review

Collection of over 700 MIDI files intended to help singers learn music parts. Includes choral works by Bach, Bortnyansky, Mendelssohn, Poulenc and Vaughan Williams.
An archive of free choral music available in MIDI format for download. A PDF listing of scores denoting the composer, title, contributor, voicing, and language of each piece is provided.
Series of MIDI files presenting Tempus Adest Floridum, Coventry Carol, Dulci Jubilo, Veni, Veni Emanuel, Greensleeves, and The Holly and the Ivy.
Essay following the development of singing from antiquity, through to the development of opera, modernism and the present day.
MIDI recordings of part songs by Thomas Morley (1557
Large collection of the words to operas, oratorios, song cycles and other choral music, listed by title and composer.
Latin liturgical texts including Gaudeamus, Locus Iste, Magnificat, Os Justi, Requiem, Stabat Mater and the Te Deum.
Scholarly information on gallery music, the music sung by church and chapel bands in the 1700s and early 1800s, also known as west gallery music, Georgian psalmody and country psalmody. Contains articles, transcriptions and scanned images of material from the gallery music period and original scores and transcriptions that can be printed out.
Annotated list of choirs throughout the UK which have web sites.
Magazine about organ and choral music. Includes selected articles, online ordering and subscription information.
Selective bibliography intended for singers interested in medieval and Renaissance music and its philosophy, theory and history.
The 1889 edition of the Methodist hymn book containing the words to over 1000 hymns, arranged by title index, theme and original prefaces.
Extensive archive of texts to Kunstlieder and other art songs in over 12 languages including Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, and Russian. Searchable by composer, poet, first line or titles.
Collection of over 60 MIDI files intended to help singers learn madrigal parts. Includes works by Weelkes, Morley, Purcell and di Lasso.
Project aiming to produce a collection of ballads from before 1600, containing sheet music and lyrics, both in their original form, and in a form intelligible to a modern listener.
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