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Synonyms for chorus

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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Given the years of training, the meagre financial rewards and the often superb voices found in choruses, one wonders why some of them stay in the chorus for upwards of 30 years.
I want to look at two of his choruses (if you don't have the recording for comparison, I'm afraid you'll have to believe what I am saying, but I tend to think that you will find similar choruses in other live recordings by this group): The fourth and fifth of the six choruses Rouse plays here as his solo; that is, bars 73 to 94 of the whole performance.
Santa Fe Springs' own Masters of Harmony Chorus will try for its fourth world championship against competition from 22 other choruses from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Sweden and Australia.
Very soon, however, the gay community would be ravaged by the AIDS outbreak and gay men's choruses were no exception.
Barbershop harmonising may traditionally have been a male domain but there are approximately 50 women's barbershop choruses across the country and the trend is growing.
Cole, executive director of Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses Inc.
competition, held in Providence, Women of Note came in 16th out of 23 choruses.
Va, pensiero (chorus of the Hebrew slaves) From Verdi's Nabucco 'This is a piece of music that everyone will know - you're guaranteed to have heard it before somewhere, and it's one of Verdi's most stirring choruses.
Salonen led the orchestra and choruses beautifully, reveling in the work's diaphanous textures.
Under the leadership of GALA Choruses (the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses) and the Sister Singers Network, the movement has created a safe haven for gays and lesbians, inspired change, and brought our initiatives forward in our effort to build bridges with the broader community.
Rather than joining one of the existing choruses in the area, the two expressed interested in forming a chorus of their own.
The chorus has also spawned its own family, with the junior and senior Youth Choruses and the Birmingham Young Voices all sharing the CBSO Centre.
In some of the more intense choruses, the singers attempted that weight, but only approximated its potential.
This tour sparked a chorus revival as well as formation of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses.
In the second act, each of the five directors will conduct the combined choruses in a song of his or her choosing.