choral

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to a chorus or a choir.

Part of speech: adverb

Chorally.

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Usage examples "choral":

  1. He evinced much concern in the early rehearsals of his choral works; being individually present at the moment of their preparation; but it not infrequently appeared to me ambiguous, that unless accounted for by the responsibility of vast calls, he with frequency turned his back upon the musical conservatories wherein his choral works were performed; a custom due evidently to his innate modesty, and perhaps to his susceptibilities as a foreigner. - "Original Letters and Biographic Epitomes", J. Atwood.Slater.
  2. All this is totally lost in the choral system. - "Autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy", George Biddell Airy.
  3. It is Calvinism in marble; and judgment and inexorable vengeance on guilty sinners are sung in choral odes. - "Far Off Things", Arthur Machen.