Music sometimes can be difficult and time-consuming to learn. If one does not have a perfect pitch or substantial sight-reading skills, one may have to rely on using piano or recordings to learn a piece. The reality is that not everybody plays piano and recordings are not always useful since they can not play you just your part.
Therefore, what I can offer to choirs and opera choruses is that by recording the vocal score into software like Logic Pro X by using the virtue sound patches like Vienna Symphony Library, I can produce high-quality recordings for each choral/soloist section. Once you check out the samples below, you will know they are much better than those midi files online.
The tempo choices are to be made based on reputable opera companies/choirs/orchestras. I may also provide slower versions of certain sections/excerpts that are fast and difficult. All in all, I believe these recordings can be both an efficient and fun tool in the learning process. Please feel free to download them and use them however you like.
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 Mov. 4 (Chorus + Soloists)
Brahms German Requiem (Chorus + Soloists) - TBD
Gounod Messe Sainte Cécile (Chorus + Soloists) - TBD
Leoncavallo Pagliacci (Chorus)
Mozart Magic Flute (Chorus + All singers)
Rossini William Tell (Chorus Only)