What is another word for choral?

Pronunciation: [kˈɔːɹə͡l] (IPA)

Choral, meaning relating to or sung by a choir or choruses, has several synonyms. For instance, vocal refers to a musical composition sung by a group of singers without instrumental accompaniment. Similarly, collective denotes something done by a group of people, while ensemble describes a group of musicians, dancers, or actors performing together on stage. Choir may also be used as a substitute for choral, denoting a group of singers who perform together as a part of a church or an organization. Additionally, harmonious, melodious, and tuneful are other synonyms for choral, emphasizing the quality of the music rather than the group performing it.

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What are the opposite words for choral?

Choral, meaning relating to or sung by a choir, has several antonyms. The first antonym is solo, meaning performed by one person. Solo singing has a different tone and quality as compared to choral singing, with a greater emphasis on individuality. The second antonym is instrumental, referring to music created using instruments rather than the human voice. Instrumental music lacks the harmonious sounds of a choral performance. The third antonym is silence, as no singing or instruments are present. Silence is the absence of sound and contrasts entirely with a choral performance, which is filled with melodic and harmonious notes.

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Usage examples for Choral

Anyhow, you met Harry-somehow-" "It was at the choral Society.
"The Literary Sense"
E. Nesbit
Delicate strains came from an invisible organ; a light patter and a rich rustling from the feet and garments of some departing after matins, some taking their places for choral eucharist, women to the left, men to the right.
"Peccavi"
E. W. Hornung
She had gone with a few friends to a concert which the choral Society of the town, and one or two amateurs, were giving in aid of the Christmas charities.
"The Bridal March; One Day"
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson

Famous quotes with Choral

  • That was one of the big problems when I was at Harvard studying music. We had to write choral pieces in the style of Brahms or Mendelssohn, which was distressing because in the end you realized how good Brahms is, and how bad you are.
    Elliott Carter
  • When the truth is that there would be no great Western music, and certainly no decent choral repertoire, without the Catholic faith.
    Richard Morris
  • That scrawny cry — It was A chorister whose c preceded the choir. It was part of the colossal sun, Surrounded by its choral rings, Still far away. It was like A new knowledge of reality.
    Wallace Stevens
  • “History must change and today we see our problems in a different light, we say that our revolution today here and straightaway has something different, because it is made together with everybody, with our spirit united to everyone, even those not here, it is revolution for everybody and with everybody, not excluding and not destroying for ever, and not eternally damning anyone. It is a choral revolution.”
    Aldo Capitini

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