a cappella

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sung without instrumental accompaniment

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Twelve-piece acappella group The Moonlighters will also be taking part.
30pm tomorrow at the Black Country Living Museum, with drama from the Zip Theatre, the Fizzog Theatre Company and the Black Country Players, plus acts including acappella group Chorale Ministries, Les Adorateurs, Bleeding Hearts and The Badgers, a traditional blend of "gypsy jazz, blues, bluegrass, Celtic and western swing".
There will also be a live set from the fantastic acappella group The Magnets.
The four-part acappella harmonies on Islands In The Stream were sublime while a rousing 9 To 5 brought the house down.
The Coventry Barbershop Harmony Group, who sing acappella - without musical accompaniment - will travel to the Winter Gardens, in Blackpool, for the contest.
It's not a spectacular acappella, but Faith's uncluttered fragility is the clear highlight of the night.
The acappella six- piece group kept the bigger names of Paul Young, Slade and Culture Club off the top.
JOCKEY Shabalala, a member of South Africa's most famous acappella ensemble, has died aged 62, the group's record company said today.
A virtually acappella treatment of The Sound Of Silence - with only Mark Stewart's cello accompanying - is awesome.
We had a dance/illusionist, two country-rock singers, three girl acappella singers, Edinburgh Festival- bound comic Ed Byrne and a Shirley Bassey-type singer.
Note to Editors: Improv, Ensemble, designer-defined DSPs, Jazz DSP, Jazz PSA, Acappella and Crescendo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Improv Systems, Inc.
Steps were fantastic, Blue were brilliant and Damage were wonderful acappella singers.
Improv, Ensemble, designer-defined DSPs, Jazz DSP, Jazz PSA , Acappella and Crescendo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Improv Systems, Inc.
Swigging champers in a nearby bar Tom, 59, warmed things up at the private party with a few solo acappella numbers.
So I dropped a letter round with a tape of my songs - one of them was an acappella version of my heroine Aretha Franklin's Giving Him Something He Can Feel.