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in chorus

Together; in unison. As usual, the triplets answered in chorus, like they had rehearsed it. The performer was able to get the entire audience to repeat his words in chorus.

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 chorus will help new members learn to combine their voices with the chorus.
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The CBSO Chorus is an internationally renowned ensemble of non-professional singers who perform regularly in concerts at home, in the UK and abroad.
The WNO Chorus has had a significant year having sung Schoenberg's rarely-performed Moses und Aron to critical acclaim, as well as other challenging repertoire including Rossini's William Tell and Moses in Egypt.
In January the WNO chorus won for Best Ensemble at the Wales Theatre Awards, and their work on Moses und Aron was recognised by nominations in the Opera category at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards as well as an Outstanding Achievement in Opera nomination at the Olivier Awards.
This was contrasted with the main encore piece where different parts of the chorus, mezzos, sopranos, etc, stake their claim to the best part of the ensemble.
Volpe, founder and director of the chorus, about the tickets.
Thirty years ago the young Simon Halsey took on the mantle of chorus director, and he was immediately plunged in at the deep end, as he remembers.
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).
In cases such as this, the tempo of the chorus or main hook was used as the tempo identifier.
The Chorus of Elderly" from Camili village in Artvin province's Borcka town is promoting traditional polyphonic folk songs of Georgia.
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.
Washington, June 1 (ANI): Scientists at NASA have mapped chorus waves, a type of electromagnetic emission generated by electrons in Earth's radiation belt.
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.
Suddenly it was 1975 all over again, the year I--and absolutely everyone else--spent the summer desperately wanting tickets to A Chorus Line.