Definition of Chorales

1. Noun. (plural of chorale) ¹



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Definition of Chorales

1. chorale [n] - See also: chorale

Lexicographical Neighbors of Chorales

chopstick
chopsticks
chopstix
chopt
choque
chor
choragi
choragic
choragus
choraguses
choral
choral ode
chorale
chorale prelude
choralelike
chorales (current term)
choralist
choralists
chorally
choralography
chorals
chord
chord-
chord progression
chord progressions
chorda
chorda-mesoderm
chorda dorsalis
chorda magna
chorda obliqua

Literary usage of Chorales

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1873)
""Bach's chorales.'' A few of the aits are however ascribed to him with probable ... The student who examines and compares the chorales scattered through ..."

2. Church History by Johann Heinrich Kurtz (1890)
"The Book of chorales.—In AD 1814, Frederick William III. of Prussia sought to secure greater prominence to the liturgy in the church service. ..."

3. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1910)
"... THE CHORALE Origin of the Chorale—Its Rapid Spread—Sources—Famous chorales—Organ Accompaniment. ..."

4. Harmony Modernized: A Course Equally Adapted for Self-instruction Or for a by Max Julius Loewengard, Theodore Baker (1910)
":nI| V7 I (5) Apply what has been learned to the For example: HARMONIZATION OP chorales (i) Ach bleib mil deiner Gnade. 'fr r? r'rr-T-rr jj JJ. jj j.2 r ..."

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