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İngilizce - Türkçe
ilahi bestesi
ilahi beste
{i} dini orkestra parçası
ilâhi beste
i., müz. koral
İngilizce - İngilizce
a chorus or choir
a form of Lutheran or Protestant hymn tune
{i} hymn; choir
A chorale is a piece of music sung as part of a church service. a Bach chorale
a hymn tune
a hymn tune of the Lutheran church NAM 28 3rd Movement
A German Lutheran hymn tune
characteristic hymn introduced by Martin Luther
German for hymn; also used for a four-part harmonization of a German hymn
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The same thing as a hymn
A simple hymn tune sung either in unison or harmonized
A selected group from within the Classical Youth Chorus
Hymn-like song, characterized by blocked chords
a stately Protestant (especially Lutheran) hymn tune
A chorale is a group of people who sing together. a piece of music praising God, usually sung in a church by a large group of people (choral, from choralgesang ). 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. The words of the Lutheran chorales were often Latin plainsong hymn texts translated into the vernacular. The melodies were often borrowed from secular song and therefore displayed great melodic and structural simplicity. In modern times the chorale is considered to be a musical setting, usually polyphonic (multivoiced), of a traditional religious text
chorale prelude
A composition usually for organ, chiefly in baroque style and characterized by an elaborate contrapuntal structure based on the melody of a hymn or chorale
chorale prelude
a composition for organ using a chorale as a basis for variations
a chorale
plural of chorale