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Choir Of Leeds Parish Church - Festivals
... The Choir of Leeds Minster participates in two regional choral festivals ... The Yorkshire Three Choirs was begun in Leeds in 1982 by the Bishop of Ripon, the Right Reverend David Young and Canon Graham Foley, Vicar of Leeds ... It comprises the choirs of Ripon Cathedral, Wakefield Cathedral and Leeds Minster and is part of the Leeds International Concert Season ...
Clash Of The Choirs
... Clash of the Choirs is a reality talent contest miniseries that debuted on NBC in the United States on December 17, 2007 ... was developed by Friday TV from an idea from the Swedish singer and choir leader Caroline af Ugglas ... rights” competition between 20-person choirs assembled in the hometowns of the recording artists that support them ...
Swiss Ecclesiastical Chant Federation
... Federaziun Svizra dal Chant Sacral (FSCS) is the umbrella organisation of church choirs and chantries as well as of ecclesiastical and sacred music in general in Switzerland ... founded in 1896 as federation of the Swiss-German choirs of the reformed churches ... It nowadays has about 10000 members in about 325 choirs ...
Last Choir Standing - Format
... The programme, initially to be called Choir Wars, looked to find 'the nation's favourite choir' ... Applications on tape were accepted from amateur choirs of 10-50 people, aged 13 years or older, and around 1,000 choirs entered the competition. 60 choirs were then invited to audition in front of the three judges in May at Cadogan Hall in London, where the choirs required a 'yes' from two of the judges to proceed to the callbacks ...
List Of Estonian Choirs
... There are over 700 choirs in Estonia, a country of only 1.4 million people ... This list of Estonian choirs contains entries of some of the notable choirs ...

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    A man’s growth is seen in the successive choirs of his friends. For every friend whom he loses for truth, he gains a better.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)