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a chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony

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a family of similar musical instrument playing together

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the area occupied by singers

sing in a choir

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Tim Rhys-Evans, founder of Classical Brit winners Only Men Aloud, said there should be no barriers for choral singing to be fresh, funky and sexy.
Leading Welsh choral conductor John Hywel Williams, a recognised authority in choral singing, is an expert adviser for the British research team.
Anyone who has an interest in choral singing and wants to improve his or her technique is invited to join the event on Saturday, November 19.
If it is to encourage those who will not make an individual impact to go on and join existing established male choirs in the area where they live, the likes of Cwmbach, Pendyrus Treorchy, Dunvant, Morriston, then, yes it will be money well spent and indeed help these giants in traditional male choral singing to continue in future years.
The main aim is to introduce primary aged children to large-scale choral singing and to give them a chance to enjoy the excitement and buzz of a big performance.
The soprano arias and choral singing of part three were gripping, however, the final Amen resonantly affirmative.
He remains today a giant in the history of male voice choral singing.
One of the curious aspects of choral singing in Wales, as highlighted in S4C's Gorau'r Corau series featuring the range of choirs that have entertained us over the past 25 years, is that the Welsh have never truly embraced barbershop singing.
Musical director, Simon Curtis, said: "People watching Last Choir Standing have discovered, perhaps for the first time, the joy of choral singing.
Our programme will include choral singing, performances by smaller groups and individuals with an opportunity to taste a wide range of music from classical, folk, musical theatre and experimental pieces.
All three are involved with musical theatre, opera and choral singing at Warwick University and are preparing for advanced post-graduate vocal training.
Anthony Bradbury took over the baton for works by Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Elgar, whose Psalm 29 began heavy-handedly but developed into choral singing with a fine sense of line.
When the men won the Brighouse Trophy, the adjudicator Eileen Bentley said: "This is choral singing of a very high order where blend, musicianship and attention to all the detail produced a first class performance".
Over the last eight years, Bob Chilcott has poured his energy into choral composition, conducting, and promoting choral singing.