Magnificat in D Major - Choral Practice Tracks
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Bach Magnificat in D Major
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Editions - Bärenreiter (2003),
Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Academy of Ancient Music
Stephen Cleobury, Conductor
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Handel and Haydn Society,
Ensemble for Early Music,
Back Bay Chorale,
Boston Early Music Festival,
Bach Festivals of Carmel & Philadelphia,
and many others.
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Choral Portion Tracks
Performance Speed Tracks for all choral movements
Challenging passages recorded at a slower than normal tempo to facilitate learning. The slower study track is followed by a check track of the same music back at the normal tempo
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