Dear Choral Directors,

The Carl Fischer Choral Catalog features some of the best known names in choral literature.

Each work comes with FREE resources: accompaniment and performance MP3s, and PDF scores. The perfect resource for choosing and learning repertoire.

The Carl Fischer Music Choral catalog provides quality music for every level of choir!!

Denise Eaton, Choral Music Editor



Unison/Two-part

Treble Voices

Men's

Three-part Mixed

SAB

SATB

BriLee Music


What others are saying about our Part-by-Part resources


Thank you, thank you, thank you for the Part-by-Part section of your site! It is such a help to have part recordings, demo recordings and accompaniments available for my middle school choirs.

Jody P., Lubbock-Cooper Middle School, Lubbock, TX

Now choir members can practice on their own and come to rehearsal already knowing their parts! Especially for choirs with limited rehearsal time, this is an awesome learning tool!

Steve K., School Choral Editor
for J.W. Pepper

I wish I’d known you offered free mp3’s, I’d have chosen all my school choir repertoire from your catalog.

Linda C., Eisenhower Elementary, Boulder, CO



Part-by-Part FAQ:


Q: Are these actual voices or just MIDI files?

A: These are professional voice recordings. You get the benefit of not only pitches and rhythms, but text, line, dynamics, and more. These are great for ensembles of any level.

Q: How can I use these?

A: Download them and post on your own website, burn your own rehearsal CD, link your students to the site and let them download the files to their MP3 players, phones, laptops, etc.

The use of these resources on websites is limited to non-commercial businesses and organizations. If you wish to use them beyond this description, please contact our Licensing and Copyright department.


Q: Really, how much is it? Is there a subscription fee? Do I have to pay per song?

A: All MP3s are free!

Q: How do I know if Part-by-Part files exist for the piece we are working on?

A: Look for the Part-by-Part LOGO on the front of the octavo.