choir : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony
- n a family of similar musical instrument playing together
- n the area occupied by singers; the part of the chancel between sanctuary and nave
- v sing in a choir
- But when I meet the Soweto Gospel Choir's co-founder, David Mulovhedzi, at his home outside Johannesburg two weeks after the choir won Best Traditional World Music Album for .
- The " Sistine Choir" now tours America.
- Many a small church has to put up with the cacophony of an unskilled choir.
News & Articles
- Philadelphia choir tapped to sing with the Rolling Stones
The Crossing Choir normally sings classical music, but that's about to change.
June 15, 2013 - WPVI 6abc Philadelphia
- Mormon Tabernacle Choir retracing steps of early ancestors
Mormon Tabernacle Choir retracing steps of early ancestors by Michael Appelgate The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jun 15, 2013 01:01AM MDT Paul McGuire thought his fourth tour with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir would be similar to his previous trips. That was before the 47-year-old Provo resident learned he would be returning to the place where a distant relative helped build an early settlement of ...
June 15, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
- Event: 100 person choir to sing at Salvation Army
A 100 person choir is performing at the Salvation Army today in Tyler, the Trinity on the Hill Choir from Augusta, Georgia. 0 read more
June 15, 2013 - KETK 56 Tyler
- Oliver Sacks in Orlando Sentinel
It should be an exciting and unusual event,Sacks said in an interview this week. "I will talk about the therapeutic and beneficent power of music as a physician, and then their wonderful choir will perform. ...... And the audience will...
- Michael Moore in International Herald Tribune
This film, really isn't for anybody other than the choir,said Moore. "But that's because I believe the choir needs a song to sing every now and then."
- Andrew Lloyd Webber in Reuters
Joseph started in schools and I am looking for a great school choir,Lloyd Webber said. "We need a smashing girl, a great boy and, of course, a pharaoh/Elvis."