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More than once, in the choir, at the hour of the offices, his neighbor in the stalls had heard him mingle with the plain song,
The Methodists have a good choir; and you can't deny, Cornelia, that the singing in our church is awful since the split in the choir.
In the choir the bored choristers could be heard trying their voices and blowing their noses.
Next, and before the Norman Conquest, the Gospel dialog between the angel and the three Marys at the tomb of Christ came sometimes to be chanted by the choir in those responses which are called 'tropes':
As the last momentous words of the angel died away a jubilant 'Te Deum' burst from, organ and choir, and every member of the congregation exulted, often with sobs, in the great triumph which brought salvation to every Christian soul.
But there's people set up their own ears for a standard, and expect the whole choir to follow
There's a consperacy to turn me out o' the choir, as I shouldn't share the Christmas money--that's where it is.
He could look nowhere except at the choir in the little gallery over the vestry-door: Dorothea was perhaps pained, and he had made a wretched blunder.
As they turned into the avenue leading to the house, a whole choir of feathered songsters fluted a sudden torrent of melodious greeting from their leafy hiding places.
At that hour the clear-voiced nymphs are with him and move with nimble feet, singing by some spring of dark water, while Echo wails about the mountain-top, and the god on this side or on that of the choirs, or at times sidling into the midst, plies it nimbly with his feet.
The choir visited Hexham Male Voice Choir in Northumberland about five years ago and have now invited them back to join them in the afternoon event.
Fifty-one choristers set out on a visit to Nurtingen in 1965 Fifty-one choristers set out on a visit to Nurtingen in 1965 Pendyrus Male Choir line up for a photocall in 2005 Pendyrus Male Choir line up for a photocall in 2005 Harpist Catrin Finch and Tim Rhys-Evans, musical director of Only Men Aloud, in 2008 An early shot of the Treorchy Male Choir