Part singing

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singing in which two or more of the harmonic parts are taken.

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the provider will also strive to elevate the quality of vocal activity across all genres of singing, including choral part singing, through training and resources.
The singers moved between styles with ease and with good phrasing and well-prepared part singing, exemplified well in the contrapuntal Kyrie.
It is geared toward fostering the creative impulse, through improvisational singing, community part singing (La-lo, Lay-La), singing without words, to allow room for creative abstract experience in a relaxed setting.
More than 65 kids take part singing over 50 songs with comedy sketches thrown in too.
WILTON MALE VOICE CHOIR: Kelly Dodds, on behalf of Ayresome Court Residential and Nursing Home in Yarm, welcomed the choir to an afternoon of four part singing, arranged by Musical Director Eileen Moores and conducted by Syd Watson.
I long for the time when the old part singing will return .
Our school Glee club also took part singing a selection of songs old and new, like Take a Bow, Don't Stop Believing and Proud Mary.
There is also a lot of part singing, and even exercises that involve singing as if a group was doing backing vocals and singing in three part harmony.
Balance was always of paramount importance with intricate part singing blending perfectly for the soloists.
Nine contestants took part singing their favourite numbers before a live audience and panel of judges at Northumbria University Student's Union.
We have a wonderful finale which we have named after the official games slogan of One World, One Dream and which features all those taking part singing the Beijing Olympic theme song Forever Friends and Ringo Starr's anthem, Liverpool 8," explained Fenfen.
When Loretta was singing, she was for the most part singing what the crowd requested ("holler out what you want to hear," she kept telling the audience).