Audio materialFor your audio recording, download these instructions.
The piece is divided into modules. Usually between 2 and 6 notes (20 modules for Sopranos and Altos and 24 for Tenors and Basses). You can find them either in the sheet music or in the demo recordings (link below). Please record some or all of the modules, anything you feel comfortable with. No need to record anything that feels too high or too low or too difficult.
Choose a language you would like to record in. The demo recordings give examples in English, German, French and Italian. If you would like to use your own translation into a European language that would be great. If you record in any other language, please let us know by putting the language into the file name when you upload the recording.
Demos: For singing the parts, it is not necessary for you to read the music. We have recorded audio demos that you can simply sing after. We have demos for soprano and alto voices as well as for tenors and basses.
Sheet Music: Further we also provide the sheet music by Michael Langemann. Please note that this music is courtesy of Michael Langemann and should only be used in the context of the project Voices.Europe. If you would like to participate as a choir and would like to sing the whole piece, we are happy to provide the score. Just send an email to
Link to the audio materials
Video MaterialFor your video recording, download these instructions.
Dreams: Sing/say with closed eyes
Illusions: Sing/say and blink three times
Present: Sing/say and look straight at the camera
Future: Sing/say look up to your right hand corner