The Cyberbass Project | Francis Poulenc: Gloria (Soprano 2)

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Francis Poulenc: Gloria (Soprano 2)

by The Cyberbass Project

MIDI transcriptions for choral parts learning used by over 1200 choirs around the world.
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (1) Gloria (Soprano 2)
2:21 album only
2. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (2) Laudamus Te (Soprano 2)
2:45 album only
3. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (3) Domine Deus (Soprano 2) (Pick up at Measure 8)
2:51 album only
4. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (4) Domine Fili Unigenite (Soprano 2)
1:21 album only
5. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (5) Dominus Deus, Agnus Dei (Soprano 2) (Parts Pick up at Measure 13)
4:26 album only
6. Francis Poulenc: Gloria: (6) Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patris (Soprano 2)
5:33 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
- CyberBass is a tutorial that will help you learn your part.
- CyberBass is a collection of choral scores converted to MIDI format.
- CyberBass does not playback pronunciations, dynamics or vocal nuances
- CyberBass is digitally precise in pitch and rhythm. It is a wood-shedding program (note teaching) for the choral singer.
- CyberBass generally does not play back orchestral accompaniment, although you will find some pieces with accompaniment sequenced lightly in the background.
- CyberBass typically does not playback solo/duet/quartet parts. Individuals blessed with such talent are typically excellent sight readers.



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