choir

All Noun
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  • At the same time, she joined the church choir and raised their two children.
  • His mother was in a choir and inspired his early interest in music.
  • It has its own choir and its own music group run by young members of the church.
  • King later became a member of the junior choir in his church.
  • The church has an active choir whose members have studied music.
  • A house in the present choir school is named after him.
  • He remained at the choir school for the next six years.
  • A house in the cathedral's present choir school has since been named after him.
  • Both attended the same Catholic church, where they met at choir practice.
  • The group has established itself as one of the top high school choirs in the country.
  • At around the age of nine he began singing with his father in a small local church choir.
  • He was very involved in his church, mostly singing in the choir.
  • The family was very active in the church and its choir.
  • Church choirs were set up in some towns to meet the religious musical needs.
  • The choir is currently working on a variety of new material, including popular and folk music.
  • It is attended by members from all the choirs and held in different place each year.
  • Throughout the years, a number of changes have taken place with the choirs.
  • The song was recorded live with a large children's choir.
  • He has so far continued the choir's success story.
  • They have been considered one of the best show choirs in the nation, winning many awards.
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Meaning of choir

  • noun A chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony
  • noun A family of similar musical instrument playing together
  • noun The area occupied by singers; the part of the chancel between sanctuary and nave
  • verb Sing in a choir