Best for: if you just want to play files online on your computer / tablet / phone etc. However you can't download the files to play offline or to write them to a CD. A useful feature allows you to play a tricky section in an endless loop.
Click here for Duruflé Requiem on Cyberbass
(Jenkins Requiem not available on Cyberbass)
Best for: somewhere between Cyberbass and John Fletcher - you can play files online or download them. Free to try, but a donation is requested if you find them useful. Uses a synthesised human voice.
Click here for Duruflé Requiem on Choralia
(Jenkins Requiem not available on Choralia)
John Fletcher Music
Best for: downloading files so you can play them offline, load them onto a phone/mp3 player, or write them to a CD. (You can also play them online but it's fiddly to navigate to the files each time.)
Click here for Duruflé Requiem on John Fletcher
Click here for Jenkins Requiem on John Fletcher
(Requires you to register and login - the choir does not have an account. For out of copyright works such as it is free to register. For in-copyright works, a four month individual membership costs £4 for 4 months, or £10 for a year.)
Best for: ready-made CDs of your part (notes not voice). The most 'professional' of the sites mentioned here; CDs typically cost around £10. The files are also available online, but you still have to pay.
Click here for Duruflé Requiem on Choraline
Click here for Jenkins Requiem on Choraline