Sing along with the TMC

During the time of the Coronavirus pandemic and the necessary social distancing, we know that many people are missing the opportunity to sing with a choir.  So we looked for a way to contribute some fun ways to sing at home. We looked through our YouTube channel and picked some popular repertoire that choirs love to sing – added scrolling lyrics (and where possible a link to the score) so you can turn up the volume and sing along with the TMC.

We’ll start with the boisterous sing – O Fortuna!

Carl Orff – O Fortuna from Carmina Burana

Sing along with our scrolling lyrics (and get all the words correct!). No score available. But if you’d like to learn more, check out Classic FM’s article on the O Fortuna lyrics.

Hubert Parry: I was glad when they said unto me

And now for an English Cathedral classic. In 2017, the TMC sang this great work with the Huddersfield Choral Society, conducted by Gregory Batsleer. So add your voice to this 200+ combined choir.

Here’s a link to the full SATB score that you can download and then sing your part with us. The video also has subtitles.

George Frideric Handel: Alleluia from The King Shall Rejoice

Try this upbeat Handel allelulia — one word but 7 pages! Download the full SATB score of the Alleluia to sing your part!

Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah

Now for something contemporary – Leonard Cohen’s iconic Hallelujah. No score available but the video includes scrolling lyrics. Sing along with us.

George Frideric Handel – Zadok the Priest

Another rousing Handel, performed by the TMC and Huddersfield Choral Society. So sing along with 200+ choristers.

You can download a full SSAATBB score.  And follow along with the scrolling lyrics in the video.

Johann Sebastian Bach – Dona Nobis Pacem from B minor mass

Get ready for some runs! Want to sing along with the Choir in this finale from the B minor mass, then download the SATB score.  (I didn’t add scrolling lyrics to the video because of the interweaving of text). The B minor mass was one of the two finalists when the Choir came together to discuss which Symphonic Choral Work is the greatest.

Johannes Brahms – Wie lieblich from A German Requiem

Sing along with the Choir in this lilting excerpt from A German Requiem. Follow the scrolling lyrics or download the full SATB score. A German Requiem was one of the two finalists when the Choir came together to discuss which Symphonic Choral Work is the greatest.