a cappella singing

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Noun1.a cappella singing - singing without instrumental accompanimenta cappella singing - singing without instrumental accompaniment
singing, vocalizing - the act of singing vocal music
gospel singing, gospel - folk music consisting of a genre of a cappella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)
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A cappella singing is extremely challenging because each singer has to hear not only his own voice, but also the voices of everyone else in the group.
The growing interest in a cappella singing among middle school and high school students - pushed along by such popular entertainment as the "Pitch Perfect" movies and "Glee" TV show - swept through the University of Oregon campus on Sunday.
Improving on its second place finish in the 2013 Akapela Open, Pinopela, an eightmember group from Baguio City, won this year's edition of the a cappella singing contest, besting nine other acts during the recent finals at Meralco Theater.
Opens Friday THE STARS Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow THE VERDICT A warm-hearted musical comedy set in the competitive world of college a cappella singing.
A THREE-day celebration of a cappella singing, the Voices Festival will take place this weekend.
LIVERPOOL hosts a three-day celebration of a cappella singing next month.
Katherine Zeserson, Bex Mather, Sharon Durant and Dan Brady are Mouthful, an a cappella singing group with a broad repertoire spanning anything from vocal funk to Georgian song.
The series will consist of four entertainment events, including a writer and actress, a noted piano performer, an award-winning Israeli film and a local college a cappella singing group.
There will be no a cappella singing. There may also be a dance audition.