From six to nine there were meetings for the several "choirs."
There, in the bosom of Mother Earth, the same division into choirs was preserved.
They divided their congregations, not only into "Choirs," but also into "Classes."
The singing of the Bradshaw choirs broke up a happy evening.
These choirs have as strong a principle of cohesion as any in the world.
He wrote works for two and three choirs, and other works for only two voices.
The Latins do not, however, appear to have believed in choirs of Nymphs.
In all the choirs there seem to have been "singing boys" as well as men.
One of their choirs breaks into song: "We are bound for the Land of Fortune!"
In the choirs I have trained it has ceased to trouble me after a few months.