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    Default Did you try orchestra classical backing tracks ?

    Hi everybody !
    If I tried to sell you shoes here, that would be an ad...
    I am a frenchy who self-make orchestral accompaniments for singers and musicians.
    I have released an english version of my website, but I am not reach enough to promote it worldwide.
    Many french singing tutors ask me every week for pieces. So dare I to think, my site is useful for singers... Go and check the free long demos, of famous pieces and rare ones.
    Thank you by advance. Have a great day.
    Yvon Body
    en.yoursolo.com
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    Welcome to the forum, Yvon63. What is your favourite opera?

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    Hello Don fatale,
    You will be surprised but I cannot say I love opera... I love arias from operas. I can feel bored during 20 mn and I suddenly can be out of breath and cry when Don Carlo says/sings "Ella giammai m'amo". To realize my little tracks, I closely study conductor scores and I often can see the intermediate passages are "quickly written" compared to the 4 to 8 arias of the work when the composer has worked a lot to magnify voice(s) and instruments.
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    Welcome to the forum, Yvon63, we do have some French music opera and song lovers on the forum.
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