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Among other functions, Musica International (www.musicanet.org) provides the correct pronunciation of choral pieces by native speakers. Whenever you see the microphone icon in the description of a score, there is a recording of the text.
Do you have a favorite choral piece in your mother tongue? Please check www.musicanet.org to see if a recording of its pronunciation is included. If not, send a registration of the pronunciation to email@example.com and become the official “Musica voice” for this piece! No need for any specific software. A simple recording, even with your smartphone, will do the job. All you need to do is articulate distinctly, speak slowly, and be natural. You will be brilliant!
For examples, check out Eric Whitacre’s “Water Night” in English (https://www.musicanet.org/son/00/00058t.mp3) or Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Jesu meine Freude” in German (https://www.musicanet.org/son/04/00131t.mp3) or Claude Debussy’s “Dieu, qu'il la fait bon regarder” in French (https://www.musicanet.org/son/00/00119t.mp3)...
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