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There’s a way in which a choral rehearsal should have some of the elements of a voice lesson.
The movie begins in West Berlin in 1977, where Sephi (Joy Rieger), an Israeli singer and aspiring composer, performs as a soloist in a choral concert.
The choral students, numbering 170, filled the stage and performed in front of packed audience.
After a 34-year teaching career, the music educator and choral director will be retiring at the end of this month.
In one of its earliest projects, Pantelyat directed a study on how choral singing can affect symptoms of Parkinson's, a neurological disorder whose most common effects include tremors, poor balance, a weakened voice and slurred speech.
The cemetery is the final resting place for many Washington area German-American families, its naturalistic grounds a contemplative setting for the German language choral selections and a message from Pastor Tabea Muenz.
The group’s latest album just won the 2017 Cubadisco prize for vocal and choral music.
Here Comes Another Bubble Award: Viral Run-down: This clever clip by Bay Area choral group sparked a copyright controversy for mixing original imagery with photos found online.
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Origin and Etymology of choral
French or Medieval Latin; French choral, from Medieval Latin choralis, from Latin chorus
First Known Use: 1587
CHORAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of choral for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a choir or chorus : sung by a choir or chorus
CHORAL Defined for Kids
Definition of choral for Students
: of or relating to a choir or chorus choral music
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