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  1. Maura Reply

    The function of the chorus in T. S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral" - Cornelia Kaltenbacher - Term Paper (Advanced seminar) - English Language and Literature Studies - Literature - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.

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    View Homework Help - MUH Session Quiz and Answers from MUH at University of South Florida. Session 7 Quiz: 1) This trumpet player is known for his interpretations of tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co

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    Rautavaara* - The Helsinki University Chorus (YL)*, Matti Hyökki: Rautavaara* - The Helsinki University Chorus (YL)*, Matti Hyökki - The Myth Of Sampo (For Male Chorus, Soloists And Tape) ‎ (CD) Ondine: ODE Finland: Sell This Version.

  4. Akinoshakar Reply

    Myth of Sampo for Male Choir Einojuhani Rautawaara (Composer), Matti Hyökki (Conductor), Helsinki University Chorus (Performer), Sauli Tiilikainen (Performer), Tom Nyman (Performer) & 2 more Format: Audio CD.

  5. Barn Reply

    A style of male singing where by partial use of the vocal chords, the voice is able to reach notes in the range of altos or sopranos. The word falsetto is taken from the Italian word meaning "false." A male falsetto will often sound breathy or hooty.

  6. Vulmaran Reply

    Ideal for bassoons, cellos, low male voices and tubas. Blend. mix. Breath support. supporting singing from the diaphragm. Chord. Three or more notes of music played together. Chorus. a group of people assembled to sing together Chorus Vocab List 84 terms. Choir Final Winter 49 terms. Greenspun Choir 1st Semester Exam.

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    • Song sheet for “Hallelujah Chorus” • Image from original “Hallelujah” score • Portraits of Handel PROCESS 1. Play “Hallelujah Chorus” for students (Disc 2, Track 14). Guiding questions before first listen: • Once the music starts, raise your hand if you have heard this .

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    For male chorus, soloists and tape. Libretto by the composer, based on the epic Kalevala, cantos 42, Compact disc. Program notes in English, Finnish, French, and German, and libretto in Finnish with English translation (35 p.: ill.)--inserted in container. Performer(s).

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