A chorus of voices yelled down, asking if there were survivors.
He'll become a part of the chorus and sing a song for his friends.
In 1889 concert performances of grand opera were started, and in 1896 a chorus was formed, thus making it possible adequately to present the operas.
A chorus of "Heidi" filled the room before Carmen could speak.
Public authorities and private friends joined in the chorus of eulogy.
For the support of the chorus the more powerful organ was necessary.
The chorus of the new song was stuck in my head all day.
As far as the diction itself is concerned, the lyric outbursts of the chorus gave Schiller's genius an opportunity of which he was not slow to avail himself.
Whatever beauty the day held was lost once he was behind the wheel, listening to a chorus of horns amid a blue haze of exhaust.
But in his plays, as in the early tragedies generally, the dramatic element was subordinate to the lyric element as represented by the chorus and the dance.
On that subject there was wonderful unanimity, and the few persons who could not join in the chorus had the prudence to remain silent.
The chorus started out the performance by singing a cheerful song.
A whippoorwill was calling down by the creek, beginning each chorus with a kiss.
Hence the protests of those who believed that the figures for population were too small swelled into a general chorus of dissatisfaction.
A chorus of voices responded to the question in unison.
There are many musical clubs, and a spring festival for which a local chorus furnishes the nucleus, is held annually.
He introduced a separate actor as distinct from the leader of the chorus, and thus laid the foundation of dialogue.
She stamped out her cigarette in the snow before pulling a large suitcase from the small rear seat, nearly yanking off the handle and serenading the action with a chorus of curses.
A chorus of nickering and snorting greeted her as she entered the barn.
And when he writes in eight parts for a double chorus the two groups are seldom identioal.