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1560s, from Latin chorus "a dance in a circle, the persons singing and dancing, the chorus of a tragedy," from Greek khoros "band of dancers or singers, dance, dancing ground," per [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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the repeating part of a song that contains the main, catchy melody and lyric.
Source: buttwinickmusic.com

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A group of singers; The main hook of a song that is repeated many times
Source: your-personal-singing-guide.com

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Strictly speaking, the portion of a song lyric or melody that is repeated, often with other voices joining in. In jazz improvisation, however, "playing a chorus" would mean taking a tu [..]
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A group singing in unison.
Source: classicalworks.com

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(1) A group of singers who stand alongside or off stage from the principal performers in a dramatic or musical performance. (2) The song or refrain that this group of singers sings. In ancient Greece, [..]
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The refrain or the main body of a popular song. See popular song forms.
Source: ccnmtl.columbia.edu

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any utterance produced simultaneously by a group; "a chorus of boos" utter in unison; "`yes,' the children chorused" a group of people a [..]
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the part of a song that comes after each verse, when everyone joins in the singing. The same word means the people on a stage who dance and sing together
Source: eenglish.in

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A group of characters in Greek tragedy (and in later forms of drama), who comment on the action of a play without participation in it. Their leader is the choragos. Sophocles' Antigone
Source: highered.mheducation.com

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a group of actors in a drama who comment on and describe the action. In classical Greek theater, members of the chorus often wore masks and relied on song, dance, and recitation to make their commenta [..]
Source: wwnorton.com

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 – in staged performances, a group of “townspeople” who articulate different perspectives; from the Greek chorus
Source: phccwritingcenter.org

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Another name for a group of singers where there are more than 1 singer performing each part.
Source: songstuff.com

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The chorus is intended to be the most memorable part of the song. It is repeated several times so that it sticks in your mind. Several other tricks are used to help it stick.
Source: songstuff.com

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khor
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

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tsuzung
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One complete cycle of a tune, one time through from top to bottom.
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(n) any utterance produced simultaneously by a group(n) a group of people assembled to sing together(n) the part of a song where a soloist is joined by a group of singers(n) a body of dancers or s [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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a large vocal ensemble.
Source: canteach.ca

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a group of singers.
Source: ket.org

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Slightly delays an audio signal causing it to be heard as more than one piece of audio. This happens through rhythmic flanging and vibrato can also occur by using this effect.
Source: edmprod.com

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the bit of a song that is repeated by the singer a few times in the song.
Source: djworkshops.wordpress.com

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The chorus is the part of a song that is repeated after each verse and has the same words all the way through.
Source: r-e-m.co.uk

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Digital effect used to double the timbre, making the sound more vibrant, broader and much livelier. This effect is used especially for digital piano or organ timbres.
Source: casio-music.com

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A group of singers usually divided into sections of sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses; the opera chorus often represents thegeneral community, who comments on the story and sometimes voice the thoug [..]
Source: laopera.org

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n. "the northwest wind"; not in OED. KEY: chorus@n
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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n 2 chorus 2
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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Common type of effect that makes sounds fuller and thicker.
Source: testing1212.co.uk

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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 e [..]
Source: testing1212.co.uk

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In the ancient Greek theater, the chorus was a rowdy bunch. They were the peanut gallery that sang, danced, and made comments about the action on stage. They also gave you key information about stuff [..]
Source: shmoop.com

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