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To echo a particular sentiment
A group of singers and dancers in the religious festivals of ancient Greece
To sing the chorus
A repeated part of a song, also called the refrain
A group of people in a play or performance who recite together
A group of singers; singing group who perform together
A setting or feature in electronic music that makes one voice sound like many
A chorus is a part of a song which is repeated after each verse. Caroline sang two verses and the chorus of her song Everyone joined in the chorus. = refrain
{f} sing together in harmony
{i} choir, group of singers; song sung by a chorus; refrain, repeated section (of a song)
a group of people assembled to sing together a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play a body of dancers or singers who perform together utter in unison; "`yes,' the children chorused
1) The part of The song that is repeated and has the same music and lyrics each time; the chorus will usually give the point of the song 2) A musical singing group that has many singers 3) A delay effect that simulates a vocal chorus by adding several delays with a mild amount of feedback and a medium amount of depth 4) A similar effect created in some synthesizers by detuning (reducing the pitch of, slightly) and mixing it with the signal that has regular tuning and with a slight delay
(Refrain) A musical phrase normally based on a single-note melody line A key component of an arrangement, it is a song's central motif that ups its recognition factor
A modulation effect Gives the impression of light vibrato or phasing, a kind of wobbly feel Sounds nice!
The simultaneous of a company in any noisy demonstration; as, a Chorus of shouts and catcalls
A voice effect available in Blaze Audio's Wave Creator and RipEditBurn that makes one voice sound like many Chorus works with all types of audio, but is particularly effective with the human voice
The Chorus effects use modulation to create a rich ensemble sound - as if several instruments were playing one part simultaneously A total of 25 different Chorus types are available in Motif, and some of the effect algorithms are not simply chorus effects: Several types of Delay, Flange, and Phase effects are available as well
More than one character speaking the lines together for effect
A company of singers singing in concert
There are two meanings for the term "Chorus " The first is a musical ensemble for human voices There are several different kinds of choruses (or choirs)
utter in unison; "`yes,' the children chorused"
Chorus is an effect which makes a sound "fatter" by making it appear that the sound is coming from more than one source, hence "chorus"
(1) In classic Greek plays, an ensemble of characters representing the general public of the play, such as the women of Argos or the elders of Thebes Originally, the chorus numbered fifty; Aeschylus is said to have reduced it to twelve and Sophocles to have increased it to fifteen More recent playwrights, including Shakespeare and Jean Anouilh (1910-1987), have occasionally employed a single actor (or small group of actors) as "Chorus," to provide narration between the scenes (2) In musicals, an ensemble of characters who sing and/or dance together (in contrast to soloists, who sing and/or dance independently)
One time through the chord progression for a composition
Parts of a song or hymn recurring at intervals, as at the end of stanzas; also, a company of singers who join with the singer or choir in singer or choir in singing such parts
the part of a song where a soloist is joined by a group of singers
A chorus is a large group of people who sing together. The chorus was singing `The Ode to Joy'. = choir
a group of 12 to 15 who performed with music and dance in the orchestra
To sing in chorus; to exclaim simultaneously
A company of persons supposed to behold what passed in the acts of a tragedy, and to sing the sentiments which the events suggested in couplets or verses between the acts; also, that which was thus sung by the chorus
An effect created by doubling a signal and then adding delay and pitch modulation
A delay-based effect that simulates two or more instruments playing in unison See Gadgets & Gizmos, July/Aug '93
When people chorus something, they say it or sing it together. `Hi,' they chorused. see also dawn chorus. if people chorus something, they say it at the same time. In theatre, a group of actors, singers, or dancers who perform as an ensemble to describe and comment on a play's action. Choral performances, which originated in the singing of dithyrambs in honour of Dionysus, dominated Greek drama until the mid-5th century BC, when Aeschylus added a second actor and reduced the chorus from 50 to 12 performers. As the importance of individual actors increased, the chorus gradually disappeared. It was revived in modern plays such as Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra (1931) and T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral (1935). Choruses of singers and dancers came to be featured in musical comedies, especially in the 20th century, first as entertainment and later to help develop the plot
A chorus is an effect which is used to create a second virtual instrument and which is mixed with the normal sound of the instrument
a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play
any utterance produced simultaneously by a group; "a chorus of boos" a group of people assembled to sing together a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play a body of dancers or singers who perform together utter in unison; "`yes,' the children chorused
A band of singers and dancers
When there is a chorus of criticism, disapproval, or praise, that attitude is expressed by a lot of people at the same time. The government is defending its economic policies against a growing chorus of criticism
A chorus is a piece of music written to be sung by a large group of people. the Hallelujah Chorus
in classical Greek plays, a group of actors who commented on and described the action of a play Members of the chorus were often masked and relied alternatively on song, dance, and recitation to make their commentary Close Window
In Greek tragedy, a group of twelve or fifteen masked performers who dance and sing Often the chorus comments on the action in the play and interprets it from the standpoint of traditional wisdom
a group of people assembled to sing together
In ancient Greek drama, a group of performers who comment collectively on the main action The term came to be used, like choir, for a group of singers
– A group of singers performing together; generally larger than a choir
sing in a choir
An effect that makes a single voice sound like multiple voices in unison You can implement chorusing by sending a sound through a series of delays whose delay times are slowly being modulated
Composed of the women of Corinth, the chorus chiefly serves as a commentator to the action, although it occasionally engages directly in the dialogue The chorus members fully sympathize with Medea's plight, excepting her eventual decision to murder her own children <www sparknotes com/lit/medea/characters html>
a body of dancers or singers who perform together
An interpreter in a dumb show or play
A chorus is a group of singers or dancers who perform together in a show, in contrast to the soloists. Students played the lesser parts and sang in the chorus
An effect in which multiple copies of a signal are played together slightly out of time to create a shimmering effect
A common audio effect to make an instrument sound like it is one of many (a "chorus" of instruments) Using delay and panning to create several images of the same sound this effect adds depth and resonance to a sound Chorus effects come as guitar pedals, effects processing racks and in a wide variety of software plugins and applications Back
A composition of two or more parts, each of which is intended to be sung by a number of voices
any utterance produced simultaneously by a group; "a chorus of boos"
refrain
chorus line
A line of performers in a revue or other show, dancing in unison
chorus frog
any of several small North American frogs having a loud call
chorus girl
A chorus girl is a young woman who sings or dances as part of a group in a show or film. A female dancer in a theatrical chorus. a woman who sings and dances with a large group of other women and men in a show or film
chorus girl
{i} young lady who dances or sings in a chorus line
chorus girl
a woman who dances in a chorus line
chorus line
line of singers and dancers
chorus line
a group of people who stand in a straight line and sing and dance together in a show or film
chorus of horns
ensemble of horn instruments
dawn chorus
Early morning birdsong
dawn chorus
radio interference sometimes experienced at sunrise
in chorus
in unison, all together (at the same time)
Hallelujah Chorus
a part of Handel 's Messiah, which is sung by a large group of people
chorused
past of chorus
choruses
plural of chorus
dawn chorus
The dawn chorus is the singing of birds at dawn. the dawn chorus the sound of many birds singing at dawn
in chorus
all together, in unison
chorus
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