chorale

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  • This new chorale style finds its way in both present church music and jazz.
  • From then on, the group started to make a name in the chorale scene.
  • The chorale is one of many that has recorded his music.
  • The final movement is a four-part setting of the chorale in C major.
  • The Master Chorale performs about ten times per year in its own season.
  • The third movement is a setting of a chorale in B-flat major.
  • The Chorale performs about six times per year in its own season.
  • A four-part choir is only needed for the chorale, if at all.
  • Every three years the Chorale goes on a tour throughout Europe.
  • Chorale performs a wide variety of music at various performances around the city.
  • The final movement is a four-part setting of the chorale.
  • However, the bridge is still played as part of the Victory Chorale.
  • Beyond his work with the Master Chorale, he has also championed new music.
  • He sets it as a three-voice piece with the chorale in the bass.
  • As soon as they were assembled a chorale was first struck up.
  • Two years later Chorale went again and was awarded 2nd place.
  • One of these techniques is four part harmony in the manner of a chorale.
  • The second question can best be answered, I think, by telling something about the Chorale.
  • It was during these years, too, that she was exposed to theater acting and chorale singing.
  • A four-part choir is only needed for the closing chorale, if at all.
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Words starting with chorale

Meaning of chorale

  • noun A stately protestant (especially lutheran) hymn tune