Examples of chorale in a Sentence
practiced a chorale to perform in church
a chorale that is regarded as being among the best in the state
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This chorale for women formerly and currently from all walks of life was founded at the Hartford College for Women by Peter Harvey in the 1970s and continues under the direction of Chai-Lun Yueh.
Again, the brass chorales were especially striking, and Eileen Moon-Myers played the cello solos beautifully.
This sets the tone for the piece, partly in the way Higdon gently resists the kind of rigor one associates with a chorale.
The chorale and orchestral work integrates World War I poems written by English soldier Wilfred Owen with texts from the traditional Latin Requiem, or Mass for the Dead.
The first major addition is the text that bridges the cantata’s three chorales.
Vocal music will be provided by a women's trio and women's chorale, led by choral directors Felicia Patton and Cindy Chase.
For its May 19 season finale, the early music ensemble will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Pasadena with a program of chorale concertos and cantatas.
The Impromptu is structured like a Baroque passacaglia, with an insistent chorale-like theme put through myriad tinkling, brash and eerie variations.
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CHORALE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chorale for English Language Learners
: a song that is sung in a church service by a large group of singers
: a chorus or choir
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