1. German

    Many choirs perform in one or many locations such as a church, opera house, or school hall. In some cases choirs join up to become one “mass” choir that performs for a special concert. In this case they provide a series of songs or musical works to celebrate and provide entertainment to others.

  2. Jamahd

    A few composers developed a cappella music, especially Bruckner , whose masses and motets startlingly juxtapose Renaissance counterpoint with chromatic harmony. Mendelssohn and Brahms also wrote significant a cappella motets.

  3. Shahiem

    As in other genres of music, choral music underwent a period of experimentation and development during the 20th century . While few well-known composers focused primarily on choral music, most significant composers of the early century produced some fine examples that have entered the repertoire.

  4. WilliamNem

    Very good post. Will read on… Seabrooks


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