Rehearsal Schedule


January:  8th,  15th,  22nd,  29th

February:  5th,  19th,  26th

March:  4th,  11th,  18th,  25th

April:  8th,  12th,  13th,  22nd,  29th

May:  13th,  20th

June:  3rd,  10th,  17th 

July: 1st

August: 12th

September:  2nd,  9th,  16th,  23rd,  30th

October:  7th (+AGM),  14th 

November:  4th,  11th,  18th,  22nd,  23rd,  25th

December:  2nd,  9th,  16th

Rehearsal Preparation & Practice Support

Autumn 2024 Concert: 23rd November 2024

All practice material is intended to be supplementary to the musical direction received in rehearsals from our Musical Director.


by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Version: New Novello (Duncan Druce): 1993

Composer Profile: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Programme Notes: Requiem

Text Translation: Requiem

Rehearsal Practice Support

Full Performance

Orchestre National De France & Chœur de Radio France: Basilica St Denis: 2017

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra & National Youth Choir of Scotland: BBC Proms: Royal Albert Hall: 2014

Baroque Chorus & Orchestra: The Harris Theatre: 2018

Philharmonie Salzburg & Chor der Philharmonie Salzburg: Großer Saal Mozarteum, Salzburg: 2023

Individual Voice Part

by Choir Of The Earth

Choir Of The Earth Rehearsal Aids: Mozart’s Requiem 

A full set of rehearsal tracks of the full work, dedicated to your voice part – Price: £6

Each set includes:

– An MP3 file, for each movement of the entire work, sung by a Chamber Choir, of all voice-parts together, to provide the full sound.


– A WAV file, for each movement of the entire work, sung with your own voice part louder than the other parts.

Upon purchase of your relevant voice-part set, you receive an email, with a link, enabling you to download each file, for each movement, of the entire work. The files are yours to keep. You can open the link and download and play the files as often as you like.

Individual Voice Part

by ChordPerfect on YouTube

Part I: Introitus

No. 1:  Requiem

(including Soloist section: bar 21 – 26)

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part II: Kyrie

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part III: Sequenz

No. 2:  Dies Irae

No. 3:  Tuba Mirum (Soloists movement)

No. 4:  Rex Tremendae

No. 5:  Recordare (Soloists movement)

No. 6:  Confutatis Maledictis

No. 7:  Lacrimosa

These are long video/sound clips, so there are mid-way adverts. Rather than have to listen to the entire advert before the singing continues, you can click ‘skip’ in the lower right-hand side of the video window, to move swiftly past them, each time.

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part IV: Offertorium

No. 8: Domine Jesu

(including Soloists section: bar 32 – 44)

No. 9: Hostias

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part V

No. 10: Sanctus

Part VI

No. 11: Benedictus

(including Soloists section: bar 4 – 54)

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part VII

No. 12: Agnus Dei

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Part VIII: Communio

No. 13: Lux Aeterna

(including Soloist section: bar 54 – 59)

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Solemn Vespers For A Confessor

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Version: Breitkopf & Hartel  EB6767

Composer Profile:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Programme Notes: Solemn Vespers For A Confessor

Rehearsal Practice Support: 

Full performance

Winchester College Quiristers, Winchester Cathedral Choir, Academy of Ancient Music & Christopher Hogwood

1. Dixit

2. Confitebor

3. Beatus vir

4. Laudatus pueri

5. Laudate Dominum

6. Magnificat

Individual Voice Part

Edited by Choralia on YouTube

1. Dixit

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

2. Confitebor

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

3. Beatus vir

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

4. Laudatus pueri

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

5. Laudate Dominum

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

6. Magnificat

Soprano    Alto    Tenor    Bass

Please Note: The playback speed of You Tube videos can be increased/decreased, as you require:
– Once the audio video is playing, move your cursor over the main section of the screen (the video window playing the music).
– A horizontal toolbar will appear along the bottom of this video window (you will see the play, pause, volume icons, etc to the left side).
– At the right-middle end of this horizontal toolbar, click on the cog-wheel (settings) icon.
– A pop-up box appears, with ‘Playback Speed’ as the middle option.
– The default is set at Normal. Click on the small arrow symbol to the right of the word ‘Normal’, to reveal a vertical option list and select a slower (or faster!) speed.