a cappella singing


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Synonyms for a cappella singing

singing without instrumental accompaniment

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While a cappella singing groups have become almost common on college campuses, Megerssa said she hopes high school groups will begin to enjoy the same popularity.
The workshops are usually packed, Cayabyab said, adding that it is heartening to see many young people eager to learn more about a cappella singing.
From hip hop to barbershop, contemporary jazz and choral, the Voices Festival will showcase the full range of a cappella singing styles.
com) --America's oldest and most famous collegiate a cappella singing group.
To celebrate their Centennial and the centennial of collegiate a cappella singing in America, the Whiffs plan a gala concert in New Haven on January 31, 2009: Century on a Spree
Divisi, a University of Oregon women's a cappella singing group - a cappella means voices without instrumental accompaniment - will perform Saturday as part of the western quarterfinals of the 14th annual International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella competition to choose the best a cappella singing group in the entire country.
University of Oregon a cappella singing groups will participate in the quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella competition this weekend.
The a cappella singing group All-4-One uses its vocal talents to illustrate the importance of harmony in this episode.
The Voices Festival of a cappella singing, produced by Sense of Sound, will also include a national conference for singing and health, an a cappella concert featuring The Sense of Sound Singers and Connie Lush celebrating the music of Joni Mitchell at the Black-E on Friday, March 16 and a day of a cappella performances from 15 of the region's choirs on Saturday March 17.
Divisi, the 14-member UO women's a cappella singing group.
Founded in 1999, the group was Oregon's first collegiate a cappella singing group.
The a cappella singing and high-kicking dancing of the group make up a Zulu art, transformed with touches of doo-wop, gospel and reggae.
Instruction and training in the four-part close harmony style of a cappella singing is provided without charge by the group.