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a chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony

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a family of similar musical instrument playing together

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the area occupied by singers

sing in a choir

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Choral singing and choir fellowship is a wonderful is a wonderful therapy as demonstrated so admirably on TV by Gareth Malone and The Military Wives Choir We break for summer on July 9 and re-convene on Monday September 3.
"With choral singing and the land of song a key component of the image of Wales, to understand the trends and challenges for choirs and the future of choral singing is of great interest to Wales as a country."
Our programme will include choral singing, performances by smaller groups and individuals with an opportunity to taste a wide range of music from classical, folk, musical theatre and experimental pieces.
The quality of the young people's performances, particularly the choral singing, was superb and beautifully complemented by the orchestra.
'The future of Welsh choral singing is in safe hands.'
Jackman is also a much-sought-after director of workshops and summer school courses ( and his latest, organised by the North region of the Association of British Choral Directors, will be a Choral Singing Day later this month at Hexham's Queen Elizabeth High School.
The main aim is to introduce primary aged children to large-scale choral singing and to give them a chance to enjoy the excitement and buzz of a big performance.
The South African disc will introduce the Ladysmith Black Mambazo aficionado to a different kind of choral singing - strongly gospel with some great pop/funk accompaniment.
He remains today a giant in the history of male voice choral singing."
I speak as someone who over the past six years, along with a group under the heading of Rhondda Fach Music Partnership, has been striving to restore the cultural art of choral singing in this Valley with, I may say, a lot of success.
Over the last eight years, Bob Chilcott has poured his energy into choral composition, conducting, and promoting choral singing.
Pupils at Durham Chorister School have visited eight North East primary schools to offer advice to entrants in a choral singing competition as part of an outreach programme.
All three are involved with musical theatre, opera and choral singing at Warwick University and are preparing for advanced post-graduate vocal training.
Caerphilly County Council is backing the venture, which hopes to see adults with experience of choral singing stepping forward.