• (adj): Related to or written for or performed by a chorus or choir.
    Example: "Choral composition"; "choral ensemble"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on choral:

St Peter's Collegiate Church - Today
... Sunday services usually comprise Holy Communion, Choral Eucharist, and Choral Evensong ... Choral Evensong is also sung on Wednesdays at 5.30 ...
List Of Compositions By Darius Milhaud - Choral
... and 4 instrumental groups, Op.402 (1963) text by Charles d'Orléans Pacem in terris, Choral Symphony for alto, baritone, chorus and orchestra, Op.404 (1963) text by Pope John XXIII Cantate de Job (Cantata from ...
Southaven High School - Performing and Visual Arts
... The Southaven High School Choral Program is directed by Jabarie Glass and Claire Taylor ... All choral ensembles consistently receive superior ratings at district, state, and national choral festivals ... named Grand Sweepstakes Champions at the Ole Miss Choral Festival in 2007 and 2008 and the Women's Choir was named Grand Sweepstakes Champions of the 2010 festival ...
Lorna Cooke De Varon
... Lorna Cooke deVaron (born January 17, 1921) is an American choral conductor ... She is one of the pre-eminent choral conductors of the 20th century, having given the world premiere or American premiere of many important works by ... Woodworth in the direction of the Radcliffe Choral Society ...

More definitions of "choral":

  • (noun): A stately Protestant (especially Lutheran) hymn tune.
    Synonyms: chorale