part-singing


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Noun1.part-singing - singing with three or more voice parts
singing, vocalizing - the act of singing vocal music
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The Young Voices captivated us with lovely part-singing in Do You Hear What I Hear?
In homes, mostly German songs are sung--Iullabies, play songs, songs for spiritual admonition--with a few English ones included such as "Fishers of Men" or "Amazing Grace." And within youth gatherings--midweek Bible studies and youth singing sessions, which also serve as courtship venues--slowly changing practices allow for limited incorporation of "New Order" Amish part-singing, borrowed from the more progressive Mennonites.
It was wonderful to watch the progression in our December Holiday Concert from the youngest ensemble to the oldest, and also to see how far they have come since December -- reading more challenging repertoire, developing independence in their part-singing. It has been great to witness this, and I really feel that I have been able to challenge them.
The decline, he noted, was that part-singing was less valued, that good part-singing was rare, and that sight-reading needed attention.
Some in the original WACAC group are already talking about a spin-off class, with more difficult music and more part-singing, Ralph says.