[ ɐ kapˈɛlə sˈɪŋɪŋ], [ ɐ kapˈɛlə sˈɪŋɪŋ], [ ɐ k_a_p_ˈɛ_l_ə s_ˈɪ_ŋ_ɪ_ŋ]
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How to use "A cappella singing" in context?
A cappella singing is a type of singing in which voices are unaccompanied and usually direct to the listener. Generally, the melody is sung without fluctuations in pitch, and the rhythm is kept down to a minimum. This can make for a more intimate and personal listening experience. Performances of a cappella music can range from religious ceremonies and dunks in collegiate a cappella groups, to nightclubs and ballrooms across the world.
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