‘chorus singing’ and ‘choral singing’

28 Jan

“chorus singing” and “choral singing”. When we use the typical expression “they all sang in chorus” – it often means they agreed with each other or they sang the same tune. Similarly, in a chorus many voices are used to sing the same melody line. That is very common in HFM. However, a typical choir consists of up to four sections intended to sing in up to four part harmony. It has a SATB (soprano, alto, tenor and bass) set up or a SATBarB (adding a baritone) set up. Salilda first introduced the SATB or SATbarB arrangement with voices and in orchestration. He had a deep knowledge of western classical music , orchestration and how to arrange the voices. Later other well-trained composers like Illiya Raja and ARR have also done it.

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