community singing


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community singing

n
(Music, other) singing, esp of hymns, by a large gathering of people
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community singing

ncanto corale
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The choir says the event promises to be a warm introduction to gospel music and community singing, with the opportunity to practise voice exercises, join in African rounds and new songs, or just sit back and enjoy the performance.
The event culminated with the community singing of "Awit sa Marawi" which is composed by Vehnee Saturno, and interpreted by child singing sensation Esang De Torres.
There then followed community singing of Green grow the Rashes O before a short break.
There was community singing as well with Forrester Pyke's artful accompaniment at the keyboard.
The findings indicated that people, who took part in a community singing group, maintained or improved their mental health.
The evening ended with Community Singing of popular songs from the Philippines and Mexico such as Manila and Cielito Lindo.
Because of this, they set up Superchoir - a community singing initiative.
Rather, his words are being rapped by London locals, the voices of a community singing for Grenfell.
Who can forget watching the video footage of a well-oiled Leadbitter leading the community singing with his equally welllubricated team-mates outside the Dickens?
Walking the roads of the community singing carols at Christmas has long been popular,' says Naomi Sharp, Lay Minister of Kirkheaton United Church.
Last year I sang in a memorial concert for a much-loved church member with a local community singing group The Gibside Singers, raising money for Mothers' Union Prison projects.
Morgan-Ellis is currently completing a monograph for the University of Georgia Press on the topic of community singing in the motion picture palaces of the 1920s and '30s.

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