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a stately Protestant (especially Lutheran) hymn tune

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THE Huddersfield Choral Society is responding to Black Friday with an offer that is music to the ears of music lovers.
From choral music inspired by the natural world and indigenous cultures to new and familiar music by Canadian, Latin American, and Irish composers, The Chicago Chamber Choir's 20th Anniversary Season celebrates the power of choral music as an expression of Chicago's strong communal identity.
A City That Sings: Cincinnati's Choral Tradition 1800-2012
The Association of British Choral Directors will be providing a series of workshops which will be topped off by a public gala concert featuring Cor y Wiber and Kyoto Echo Choir.
In the Japan Choral Association National Choral Competition, the choir won Gold Prize 20 years running from 1980 to 1999, when they ceased competing after Asai joined the JCA.
The Zamir Choral Foundation, created by Matthew Lazar, promotes choral music as a vehicle to inspire Jewish life, culture and continuity.
The Women's Choral Society will give its spring concert at 8 p.
A CHORAL society will be celebrating the start of its 50th year of music making with a melodic treat this month.
who are joined by otolaryngologists, voice specialists, and audiologists from the US for some chapters, teach choral conductors, voice teachers, church musicians, and choral and solo singers about the art and science of choral singing.
com)-- The Milwaukee Choral Artists will present its final concert on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at St.
The abundance of females in choral programs in the U.
Time has come again for Namibia to take part in the international Choral Olympics which will be held in Cincinnati from 04 to 14 July.
CHORAL conductor, singer and presenter Gareth Malone will be guest of honour at Llangollen International Eisteddfod on Sunday, July 8.
Vladimir Morosan, has been dedicated to publishing and distributing Russian sacred choral music.
Featuring Tudor composer Thomas Tallis' "Spem in Alium" (written for the 40th birthday of Queen Elizabeth I), musicians will use the WPI developed "Digital Choral Folder," a two-page E Ink reader designed for singers to replace traditional choral folders of music printed on paper.