BBC © 2014 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Learn to sing Hallelujah. This is your chance to sing one of the best loved choruses with the BBC Philharmonic and hundreds of people from around the country. Find out about Britain's only full-time professional choir. Get singing! Over The Rainbow In 2010, BBC One hosted a quest to find a Dorothy for The Wizard of Oz. In 2009 BBC Radio 3 got the nation singing Hallelujah. Choose whether to sing Soprano, Alto, Tenor or Bass. We can’t guarantee to use your contribution in the final piece but we’ll do our best to include as many recordings as possible. Download the BBC Philharmonic track, plug in your headphones/earphones and set the volume to a comfortable level that you can hear while singing. In 2009, choirs from across the UK registered to sing the Hallelujah Chorus as part of Radio 3 and the English National Opera's 'Sing Hallelujah' project. In 2009, choirs from across the UK registered to sing the Hallelujah Chorus as part of Radio 3 and the English National Opera's 'Sing Hallelujah' project. Listen back to the recording to hear how it sounds. The closing date for submissions will be 11.59pm on. Most importantly, sing out, sing well and have fun! If you want to learn to sing the Hallelujah Chorus look no further. Visit BBC Webwise for full instructions. We’ll also include some performances in a video which will be posted on this site. Get the sheet music and BBC Philharmonic music track. Resources are still available online (YouTube) to help you to prepare your recording. You’ll require two devices – one to play the music track and one to record your own voice. When finished, press "stop" on the recording device. G F Handel: "Hallelujah" Chorus (Messiah), Download the orchestral accompaniment from this clip, Read the Privacy Notice for the BBC Radio 4 Sunday Morning Virtual Choir Uploader. Read more. Record on a digital camera or a smart phone.Plugging in an external microphone could help you achieve a better sound, if you have one – but if not, don't worry.If filming yourself, shoot in landscape mode and aim to be in the centre of the shot.Set up the device in a stable position. Listen to the BBC Philharmonic track and sing along to ensure that you’re comfortable with the music. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so. The orchestral accompaniment recorded at home by members of the BBC Philharmonic. This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Use our map to find a choir that's near you. Find out about amateur dramatics, choirs and other singing groups which you could join. You can sing any part you’re comfortable with and submit recordings singing different parts as long as you can sing in that range. Record yourself singing your own part on another device. If you’re filming yourself, think about lighting, avoid wearing branded clothing and make sure there’s nothing in the background you wouldn’t want people to see! In this film you can hear some of the 450 choirs that registered singing the chorus. Please read our tips on how to record yourself singing Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus. If you’re not happy or if there are intrusive noises, please try again. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Be part of a national choir singing The Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah. The BBC is not responsible for the contents of external sites. For the 4/12/20 online service at OPC during the COVID-19 quarantine. Read about our approach to external linking. Turn off any noisy appliances and ask any members of your household to keep any noise down. The orchestral accompaniment recorded at home by members of the BBC Philharmonic. A celebration for Ascension Day led by the Revd Dr Sam Wells and the Revd Marie-Elsa Bragg, with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, The Daily Service Singers and St Martin's Voices. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. Homepage. We’ll use as many voices as possible to form a virtual choir of singers from around the country all singing from their own homes. Read more. See pictures of the performance and listen to Deborah Warner and Laurence Cummings describe the production. Then simply download the sheet music and the BBC Phil track and get started. The finished results will be heard on Radio 4 on Ascension Day, Thursday 21 May 2020. Press record on your recording device and ensure the microphone is facing your mouth.Using your playback device, press "play" on the BBC Philharmonic track. Then upload your video here by 11.59pm on. You’ll also need a pair of headphones so that you can record your voice without hearing the music track on the recording. listen to Deborah Warner and Laurence Cummings. Play the music on one device through headphones. In order to see this content you need to have both Javascript enabled and Flash installed. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Learn how to sing Hallelujah with our downloads.