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  1. How to pronounce chorale. How to say chorale. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.
  2. ‘The four-part chorale is presented first sans pedal in Movement I; Movement II is a sprightly voluntary in ABA form, which serves as the framework for an embellished version of the hymn tune in its midsection.’.
  3. A chorale is usually a simple and catchy melody to which a hymn is sung by soprano singers with a congregation, while the three lower voices provide the harmony.
  4. UCLA Chorale is a 2 unit course, listed on URSA at both the undergraduate and graduate level Undergraduate: Music CA, Act I Graduate: Music CA, Act I. The UCLA Chorale, a voiced mixed-choir, is open to all students at UCLA. Each year the Chorale sings in a variety of languages and in a full range of styles.
  5. Chorale; Page Menu About the Chorale; Christopher M. Cock, conductor; Germany Germany Itinerary ; Chorale Repertoire. Previous Concert Programs; Press Kit; Social Media; Video; Contact; Apply Online Request Info Visit Campus Global Locations. Virtual Tour.
  6. The Biola University Chorale is comprised of 36 voices from various disciplines on campus, with nearly eighty percent being voice majors.
  7. Chorale, metrical hymn tune associated in common English usage with the Lutheran church in Germany. From early in the Reformation, chorales were to be sung by the congregation during the Protestant liturgy. Unison singing was the rule of the reformed churches, both in .

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