Now then, chorus
- it is the last two lines repeated, you know.
necessitated some grotesque waddlings supposed to be an imitation of a plantation darkey, under the influence, probably, of music and the moon.
And once more the chorus of voices went on with 'The man that drives the engine.
The voices didn't join in this time, as she hadn't spoken, but to her great surprise, they all THOUGHT in chorus (I hope you understand what THINKING IN CHORUS means--for I must confess that I don't), 'Better say nothing at all.
In Cypher's she belonged--in the bacon smoke, the cabbage perfume, the grand, Wagnerian chorus
of hurled ironstone china and rattling casters.
was always the right answer to this gentleman, the chorus
of NO was very strong.
The representatives of the Barnacle Chorus dropped in next, and Mr Merdle's physician dropped in next.
He was also glad to see Mr Merdle, glad to see Bishop, glad to see Bar, glad to see Physician, glad to see Tite Barnacle, glad to see Chorus, glad to see Ferdinand his private secretary.
The Chorus were excessively nervous, perhaps as labouring under the dreadful apprehension that some good thing was going to be diverted from them
(with some contempt for the ease of the question):
Under the direction of Lori Lyford, the five-time Sweet Adelines International Chorus
Champion was chartered in 1962.
28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Gay Men's Chorus
of South Florida has announced it will launch a nation-wide search for a new Artistic Director in September.
The CBSO Chorus
members will participate in the project as part of the 2015 Dual Year of the UK and Mexico, a year-long celebration of cultural, educational and business exchange between the two nations.
Conducted by Welsh National Opera (WNO) Chorus
Master Alexander Martin and with piano accompaniment, the 40-strong Chorus
will perform music by Brahms and Schubert.
' award was collected at London's Savoy Theatre by chorus
manager Rebecca Donkin and chorus
members Fiona Harrison, Claire Hampton and Michael Clifton-Thompson.