choral

[ US /ˈkɔɹəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. related to or written for or performed by a chorus or choir
    choral composition
    choral ensemble
NOUN
  1. a stately Protestant (especially Lutheran) hymn tune
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How To Use choral In A Sentence

  • Melancholic melody, harmony, subtle dissonance, throat vibrato and asymmetric rhythms make up their choral, ‘a cappella’ style.
  • Brahms finished off his sacred choral music with the Op. 110 motets, another trilogy.
  • As a boy chorister in his Czech-Moravian homeland, Janácek 1854-1928 learned early the potential of choral writing. Janácek: Choral Works – review
  • My wife has joined a choir and become obsessed with choral singing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Being raised in a Lutheran tradition, my vocal writing is largely chorale style homophony contrasting with traditional contrapuntal textures.
  • Is it any wonder that the stereotype of choral singers is that we have less musical skill than instrumentalists?
  • Eighty cathedral and choral foundation choirs have agreed to sing at least two of the anthems each in a year-long celebration of services. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Britain many were based on parish churches or, especially, Nonconformist chapels; the celebrated Huddersfield Choral Society was founded in 1836.
  • It is so often the case that choral concerts tend to be rather bitty, a less than carefully thought out selection of items from a choral society's current repertoire.
  • In music, composition students sat a preliminary examination consisting of a fugue and a short choral piece.
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