Definition for choral

adjective as in lyric

adjective as in musical

adjective as in vocal

adverb as in a cappella

noun as in hymn

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Example Sentences

Klipsch may have a reputation as rock ’n’ roll speakers, but the RP-8000F towers do justice to not only loud and grinding styles, but also to nearly any genre, such as soft choral music, intimate acoustic music, bass-heavy electronic music, and more.

A theater kid and classically trained choral singer, the Tampa, Florida, native never took the songs she’d been writing or her YouTube channel seriously, until a friend showed her how they could record and produce themselves.

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Even the harmonized choral accents are hackneyed, ripped straight from her previous mega-hit “You Belong with Me.”

A hazy choral interlude follows, followed by more nasty beats and acerbic lyrics.

“It had this very unusual choral voice and was quietly insinuating,” recalls Linville.

The singing lessons he received from Lomakin amounted to little more than choral practices.

So far, I have not even heard whether the choral rehearsals have begun.

Musical publishers and choral groups also encouraged active participation in the musical field.

Regional festivals and a State Festival for public school bands and choral groups are held each year.

He established a singing school where he taught vocal music and published "Choral Music," a collection of German songs.


On this page you'll find 146 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to choral, such as: coloratura, mellifluous, melodic, melodious, poetic, and songful.

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