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|Karaoke - Recordings with one part missing|
First a detailed example using a piece by Orlando Gibbons - Almighty and everlasting God
Get the sheet music from Harmer Recorder Music and print it out.
When ready click on one of these MP3 files to play the version of the piece with your instrument omitted. Your computer's internal speakers
may not be powerful enough for this kind of job. Suitable external speakers can be had from the likes of PC World, Maplins or Argos for about £20.
You will also need Adobe Reader to be installed on your computer in order to open and print the manuscripts.
You can get Adobe Reader from http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/reader.html
There is a one-bar count-in at the beginning (four clicks). On the version for bass the click continues throughout the first bar because the bass is on it's own in the first bar.
You may download the tracks and store them on your computer if you wish. Just right click on them and choose "Save As..." on the drop-down menu.
More pieces will appear here as and when time permits. They will be added to the table below. The first one in the table is the same one as the example above. To play or download the recordings, click on the red blobs. There is one red blob for each part in the piece, with column one having the top part omitted, down to the last column which has the bottom part omitted. So, download the sheet music from the source, look and see which part is the instrument you want to practice, and then click on the corresponding red blob to play the matching version of the piece.
|Orlando Gibbons||Almighty and everlasting God||Harmer|
|Anthony Holborne||Suite for 5 Recorders No. 6: Heigh-Ho Holiday||Harmer|
|John Dowland||Lachrimae Amantis||NottsSRP|
|Girolamo Conversi||Sola soletta||NottsSRP|
|G F Handel||The Cuckoo & the Nightingale||NottsSRP|
|F Couperin||In Notte Placida||NottsSRP|