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in chorus

(slightly formal)
together at one time Many people who stutter are able to speak normally when reading in chorus with others.

in chorus

All together, in unison, as in The voters answered the legislators in chorus. This expression transfers group singing to simultaneous utterance of any kind. [c. 1800]

in chorus

All together; in unison.
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The Scottsdale Chorus is a high-level performing chorus that creates entertainment and contest packages that combine ringing chords, vocal precision, vibrant costumes, and jaw-dropping choreography.
We are looking for our next, great artistic leader for the Chorus," states President Bill Spinosa.
Mr Halsey said: "The Chorus is uniquely positioned as one of the leading forces in this particular work, having most recently performed it with Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic.
A tenor Huw joined the WNO Chorus in 2008 where he has sung in Salome, La Boheme, Carmen, Turandot and Manon Lescaut.
The award caps a critically acclaimed year for the 40-strong chorus, which was recently celebrated as the focus of WNO's Spring produc-tion Chorus
While the chorus excelled with everything, from Candide to Carmen and Verdi to Weill, the evening was not restricted to popular numbers.
director of the Covenanter Singers and the Presbyterian Men's Chorus, and Catherine Walker, who asked members of the Georgian Bay Chorus to participate, presented a joint Christmas cantata.
That sounds pretty reasonable for a concert with a 40-plus-member chorus who will be singing religious and secular Christmas selections including "O Holy Night,'' the "Hallelujah Chorus'' and a rendition of "The Night Before Christmas.
Chorus is the first Asia-Pacific telecommunications provider to deploy Alcatel-Lucent s 7950 XRS, which will pave the way for a new portfolio of Chorus Accelerate broadband products for existing customers, new customers, high bandwidth users and business with committed bandwidth rates of 100Mbps.
Pragmatically, that age limit has nowadays been abandoned, so the CBSO Chorus is now an invigorating mixture of youthful enthusiasm and well-honed experience.
In previous years, the Chorus has addressed the issues of gays in the military (The Few, The Proud, 2003), LGBT persons and communities of faith (All God's Children, 2005) and the shared fight for civil rights (A Justice For All, 2009).
We have heard the songs from our fathers and grandfathers, and these songs have been forgotten in Georgia," 72-year-old Ismail Erturk, a member of the chorus, told AA correspondent on Wednesday.
Inside the Elementary School Chorus by Patricia Bourne provides a blueprint with great instruction and insight for any teacher who works with an elementary chorus or is thinking of starting one.
Chorus waves play an important role in both accelerating and removing the energetic radiation belt electrons that can disrupt satellite electronics and disturb communications with ground-based operators.
Then began Bach's solemn motet ``Jesu, meine Freude'' (``Jesus, My Joy''), with his chorus accompanied by basso continuo: a cello, double-bass and chamber organ.