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to utter words or sounds in musical tones

Synonyms for chant

a repetitive song in which as many syllables as necessary are assigned to a single tone

recite with musical intonation

utter monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically

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In Chapter 3, Nardini traces the circulation of neo-Gregorian chant in Beneventan manuscripts and assesses its occurrence in these sources.
And another Europa League clash between the two clubs at Anfield in March saw vile chants about the Heysel and Hillsborough disasters - prompting condemnation from Manchester United officials.
One of Loblaw's charitable efforts that Chant highlights is the President's Choice Children's Charity (PCCC) which is in its 26th year.
Many think the chant "Marg bar Amrika" is better translated "Down With America" than "Death to America,"
Martin, who happens to be a son of the group's founder, Louis-Marie Vigne, invites Pinoys to sample authentic Gregorian chant via a series of shows coinciding with the country's 450th anniversary of Christianization and to kick off Lent.
A new book by former football journalist anew book by former football journalist andrew Lawn investigates why some fans Andrew Lawn investigates why some fans think it's acceptable to chant views they would never air outside of the ground
Her disarmingly pretty rendition of this chant, as well as instructions for its accompanying postures and mudras, can be found on her album Meditations for Transformation 2: Connect and Heal.
For the first time fans are being warned about homophobic chants and abuse of players and rival supporters on social media.
In this same chapter, Chen summarizes the different categories of early chant types, including fanbai (hymn singing), zhuandu (recitation of sutras), changdao (sung sermon), sujiang (vernacular preaching, a late Tang dynasty development of the former category), niansong (recitation of sutras and dharani incantations), and nianfo (circumambulation).
A spokesman said: "The chant referred to has been previously discussed with the Crown Prosecution Service, who do not consider it racist.
Oral and Written Transmission in Chant is the second of seven volumes comprising the newly published series Music in Medieval Europe, providing an overview of the most influential scholarship in the area of medieval music.
In this article the author describes her participation with young children in a shared book reading session integrated with a chant she created to highlight the main story character.
CHANTS OF A LIFETIME: SEARCHING FOR A HEART OF GOLD pairs a collection of insights and stories with teachings from Krisha Das, who has been termed the 'chant master of American yoga' by the New York Times.
A Gregorian Chant Master Class" combines a distinctive text with a CD that fulfills a precious life goal of Dr.
However, I must agree that the chant about Eduardo, pictured, was rather unnecessary.