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by choralia
18 Jul 2007 20:22
Forum: Musical activities
Topic: New: "sung" training aids at http://www.choralia.n
Replies: 0
Views: 5977

New: "sung" training aids at http://www.choralia.n

I launched today, on my web site devoted to choir training aids ( http://www.choralia.net ), new training aids made using the Virtual Singer (VS) technology. A synthesized voice sings the individual parts, as well as emphasized parts and all parts together, with the actual lyrics, not only with &quo...
by choralia
10 Jul 2007 14:29
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: How to pronounce "ex audi" (Requiem-Mozart)
Replies: 15
Views: 24409

It is probably interesting to note that the pronounciation of Latin language may be either "Classical" (i.e., as pronounced by the Romans some 2000 years ago) or "Ecclesiastical" (i.e., as commonly adopted by the Catholic Church). Given the nature of the sacred music works, I thi...
by choralia
09 Jul 2007 19:50
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: How to pronounce "ex audi" (Requiem-Mozart)
Replies: 15
Views: 24409

Hi Dave,

The editions I checked are the NMA, the transcription of the original manuscript made by Philip Legge, plus two commercial editions (Peters and Baerenreiter). Apparently, no one of them shows a "staccato" a that specific point.

Regards.

Max
by choralia
09 Jul 2007 19:27
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: How to pronounce "ex audi" (Requiem-Mozart)
Replies: 15
Views: 24409

I checked the editions of the Requiem available to me, and all of them show "exaudi" as a single word (not "ex audi"). From a syntax viewpoint, the word "exaudi" may be regarded as composed by the prefix "ex" and the verb "audi", but I don't think th...
by choralia
04 Jul 2007 16:07
Forum: Information for users
Topic: Problem getting CPDL
Replies: 1
Views: 9937

Hello Jane,

Please check the latest information at viewtopic.php?t=2528

Regards.

Max
by choralia
16 Jun 2007 13:48
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Stadler's version of offertorium from Mozart's Requiem
Replies: 1
Views: 5936

Stadler's version of offertorium from Mozart's Requiem

Can anybody help me to find a score of the Abbè Stadler's version of the offertorium (Domine Jesu) from Mozart's Requiem KV626? It can be a copyrighted edition, not necessarily public domain, I'm ready to order a copy if I just find any publisher. Apparently it's quite hard to find. Thank you in adv...
by choralia
16 Jun 2007 13:40
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Mozart's "Lacrimosa" with "Amen" fugue
Replies: 1
Views: 7363

FYI: I eventually found it was Maunder's version.

Regards.

Max
by choralia
28 May 2007 07:08
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Mozart's "Lacrimosa" with "Amen" fugue
Replies: 1
Views: 7363

Mozart's "Lacrimosa" with "Amen" fugue

A choir gave to me some sheet music of an alternative version of the "Lacrimosa" (or "Lacrymosa" - BTW, what's the correct spelling?), to prepare training aids for it. It's rather different from the traditional version by Süssmayr as, after the first 8 measures written by Mozart,...
by choralia
18 Apr 2007 07:14
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Help!
Replies: 3
Views: 7318

My free training aids, available at http://www.choralia.net/indexen.htm, might be helpful to learn multiple part harmonies through gradual steps.

Regards.

Max
by choralia
30 Mar 2006 22:10
Forum: New members meeting place
Topic: Sister project??
Replies: 3
Views: 8137

Should you need any help with the Italian language, just drop me a line. I noted that there are few Italians in the memberlist, and that's strange for a country where many people love music. Perhaps the language is a big barrier for most.

Max