In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Musiccoro masculinea male-voice choir — un coro masculino
- a choir of angels — un coro de ángeles
- before noun choir practice — ensayo de coro
- They had clarinet choir today and he hated the fact that this had to happen to their Contra Player and not him, who it was intended for, but she seemed to be fine.
- Now there are all kinds of arguments for and against having adult women singers in a church choir.
- For the services the church choir, as usual, was second to none.
- They are on original instruments with small choirs, wonderfully balanced, and some of the finest Bach available.
- As usual, a number of visiting choirs will perform at church services on Sunday - the final day of the festival.
- Ms Dow believed that you should sing everything and that sometimes involved working with church choirs.
- There will be gospel singers, choirs and the service will close with a freefall parachute display followed by a Borough picnic in the Park, with street theatre entertainment and a variety of ethnic foods on sale.
- I made my way around the room, hugging goodbye to various choir people, debaters, and soccer players and family, of course.
- At the back of the church were a robed choir and musicians making a quartet of stringed instruments.
- Tuition is available in all instruments, cello and Irish Harp now available, choir and orchestra, from 4 year olds to adults.
- And all of these families are the ones who buy the concert tickets, support the performing organizations and sing in their church choirs.
- She would have insisted on having an elaborate church service with a choir, minister and a thousand attendees.
- Ever had been voted the strongest singer in the church choir last year.
- I had been invited to sing in a church choir by my friend, the organist's daughter.
- Special thanks to the organist and choirs in both churches and to the children's choir from St. Fiacc's NS and the young musicians from Killeshin.
- She is currently teaching at WVU's Community Music School and is a church organist / choir director.
- Petitioners point to music fees that may prevent youth or community orchestras, or church choirs, from performing some 20th century music.
- Blackwell has degrees in physics and in divinity, and practical musical experience in directing a church choir.
- Many people sang in school or church choirs or in choral societies.
- In addition, few church musicians expose their choirs to the vast choral literature of Psalms settings that is readily available.
- To supplement his income, he taught private voice lessons in his home and sang in a church choir.
- The children, who are either orphans or are from very poor families, are lucky to be chosen to join the choir with more than 1,000 auditioning to join.
- Perhaps the majority of her inspiration came from her mother, who was a soloist in the church choir and a skilled musical theater performer.
- The host school itself has six groups taking part a brass band, brass ensemble, junior brass trio and brass quintet, as well as a wind band and a clarinet choir.
- Most performing choruses are male, although there are also women's choirs that sing at church services.
- Next to his commitment to his children, grandchildren and family, his golf and his choir practice were two very important elements of a very active life.
- He soon became our church organist and also helped with the church choir.
- The company intends for the mics to be used on acoustic instruments and choirs, as well as drum overheads and percussion.
- As in the east screen at Naumburg, doors leading into the choir flank the altar.
- The new choir and organ loft will create a useful space underneath for a vestry with a secure area for valuables, kitchens, toilets and storage space.
- It was a French architect, William of Sens, who was called in to rebuild the choir of Canterbury Cathedral after the fire of 1174.
- There was possibly a sense that in comparison to the magnificent new transepts and nave the choir itself, once so widely acclaimed, was no longer splendid enough.
- The beauty of a cathedral choir offers sanctuary from the moisture and texture of a cobbled street.
- Women, he warned, should not approach the altar in the choir - except to take Communion.
- Brown also does not know the difference between a nave and a choir in church architecture.
- One of the abbey's most famous features is the 14th century Washington Window, which is to be found high up in the choir area near the high altar.
- His final commission, in the last years of his life, was for the eight bronze torch-bearing angels in the choir of the Cathedral.
- And the clerestory windows of the choir, glazed with large standing figures, are virtually intact.
- The will of the college's founder, Henry VI, specified steps and stated that the high altar should be raised three feet above the choir floor.
- To the west, extending into the modern graveyard, are parts of the nave and choir, while north of the church is the site of the twelve-sided chapter house and the cloisters.
- With the rest of my mind however, I stared into the pools of color cast in the choir loft by the stained glass window and let my thoughts go where they would.
- It's nothing like the movies where the monks have an ancient cathedral with stain glass and a choir.
2(part of church)coro masculine
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