A-cappella sentence example

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  • Come to the auditions prepared to sing three a cappella songs of your choice.

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  • In time of war this cloak was carried with the army in the field, and was kept in a tent which itself came to be known as a cappella or capella.

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  • Instead, consider hiring a string quartet for the ceremony and a small local band or a cappella group for the reception.

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  • Music acts range from country western arrangements to a cappella groups as well as piano, jazz, guitar, and other talented musicians.

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  • Having written for a a cappella trio for the best part of twenty years Brian is now writing for a five piece band.

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  • The song begins with an atmospheric a cappella verse before kicking in to a mid-tempo pop rhythm reminiscent of some of U2's bigger hits.

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  • There is an a cappella movement, an operatic movement and then a rock/guitar solo.

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  • First, the song was incredibly difficult to perform live - in fact, completely recreating the a cappella part was not possible.

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  • For instance, on American Idol, you will be asked to sing at least one song a cappella during the initial few auditions.

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  • The summer program focuses on a cappella barbershop style singing, providing a unique instructional opportunity in an area of performance not always represented in high school choirs.

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