a cappella

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sung without instrumental accompaniment

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With an hour still to go this realisation is only confirmed by a captivating a-capella version of Their Hearts Were Full Of Springs, holding the audience in complete awe.
Like the a-capella African-style singing that opens and returns towards the end of Nelson Mandela and the most-unusual chord progressions that underlie Ghost Town.
It marks the 30th anniversary of the famous female a-capella group and it is also the farewell tour of the group's charismatic founder, Bernice Johnson Reagon.
The Tokens, famous for their classic 1961 hit "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," have led off major league games in 29 stadiums across the country with their harmonic, a-capella rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner.
Last month, New York's godfathers of a-capella, The Persuasions, appeared on NBC's Today Show promoting their new release, "Might as Well-The Persuasions Sing Grateful Dead.