The Cyberbass Project | Bach: Magnificat in D Major (Soprano 2)

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Bach: Magnificat in D Major (Soprano 2)

by The Cyberbass Project

MIDI transcriptions for choral parts learning used by over 1200 choirs around the world.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 1. Anima Mea (Pick Up At Measure 31) [Soprano II Part]
2:07 $2.49
2. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 4. Omnes Generationes (Soprano II Part)
1:37 $2.49
3. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 7. Fecit Potentiam (Soprano II Part)
2:21 $2.49
4. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 10. Suscepit Israel (Soprano II Part)
1:54 $2.49
5. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 11. Sicut Locutus Est (Soprano II Part)
1:35 $2.49
6. Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243: 12. Gloria (Soprano II Part)
1:52 $2.49
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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 woodshedding 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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