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Synonyms for chorus

any utterance produced simultaneously by a group

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a group of people assembled to sing together

the part of a song where a soloist is joined by a group of singers

a body of dancers or singers who perform together

a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play

utter in unison

sing in a choir

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There's nothing quite like ringing a chord in a quartet or blending with 25 or 35 other men in a chorus," Broz said.
The chorus sounds sort of sounds like a background of chirping birds with a bunch of space lasers or spaceships from a video game of some sort flying around as well.
The Scottsdale Chorus is a high-level performing chorus that creates entertainment and contest packages that combine ringing chords, vocal precision, vibrant costumes, and jaw-dropping choreography.
Mr Halsey said: "The Chorus is uniquely positioned as one of the leading forces in this particular work, having most recently performed it with Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic.
A tenor Huw joined the WNO Chorus in 2008 where he has sung in Salome, La Boheme, Carmen, Turandot and Manon Lescaut.
RBC Capital Markets is acting as exclusive financial advisor to Chorus on the transaction, and Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt LLP acted as legal advisor to Chorus.
The award caps a critically acclaimed year for the 40-strong chorus, which was recently celebrated as the focus of WNO's Spring produc-tion Chorus
The evening had a black, grey and red theme slickly put together by designer Johan Engels -red handkerchiefs for the Macbeth murderers, Anvil Chorus red flag waver, and our dancer in his red suit, and the glorious costumes of the women for the Weill.
For the last 22 years, the OPC has been under the direction of Alastair McCallum and accompanied by Mina Park, who has been with the chorus since 1993.
That sounds pretty reasonable for a concert with a 40-plus-member chorus who will be singing religious and secular Christmas selections including "O Holy Night,'' the "Hallelujah Chorus'' and a rendition of "The Night Before Christmas.
Pragmatically, that age limit has nowadays been abandoned, so the CBSO Chorus is now an invigorating mixture of youthful enthusiasm and well-honed experience.
First presented a year ago in Kansas City, the Chorus has brought the concert to Denver, Colorado for the quadrennial GALA Choruses Festival, and presented an abbreviated version of the program as part of an anti-bullying campaign in area elementary schools.
It is worth noting that 33 of the 136 songs (24%) in this dataset begin with either a chorus or hook, a trend that harkens back to the commercial music of the 1930s and 1940s with the Verse, Verse, Chorus, Verse (AABA) style form.
ARTVIN, Jun 16, 2010 (TUR) -- A Turkish chorus of elderly people is performing Georgian folk songs in a northeastern province of Turkey.
Inside the Elementary School Chorus, by Patricia Bourne.