Choir music

A choir (sometimes 'chorus') is a ensemble of singers who perform together, usually led by a conductor. They can be classified by the types and number of voices that make them up, with the most usual type being the mixed SATB choir. It is not unusual to find all-female or all-male choirs (in all-male choirs sometimes boys and countertenors may be used to performer SATB pieces). Commonly, choirs are associated to either a church, theater, school, or community. They can perform with or without instrumental accompaniment.
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Popular composers Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ·  Franz Schubert  ·  Johannes Brahms  ·  Franz Liszt  ·  Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky  ·  Felix Mendelssohn  ·  Franz Joseph Haydn  ·  Camille Saint-Saëns  ·  Antonín Dvořák  ·  Robert Schumann  ·  Edvard Grieg  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Sergei Rachmaninoff  ·  Maurice Ravel  ·  Edward Elgar  ·  Various  ·  Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov  ·  Richard Wagner  ·  Jules Massenet  ·  Hector Berlioz  ·  Henry Purcell  ·  Giuseppe Verdi  ·  Max Reger  ·  Georg Philipp Telemann  ·  Ralph Vaughan Williams  ·  Gustav Holst  ·  Michel Rondeau  ·  Carl Maria von Weber  ·  Johann Pachelbel  ·  Richard Strauss  ·  César Franck  ·  Charles Gounod  ·  Stephen Foster  ·  Jean Sibelius  ·  Léo Delibes  ·  Claudio Monteverdi  ·  Louis Spohr  ·  Tomás Luis de Victoria  ·  Giovanni Palestrina  ·  William Byrd  ·  César Cui  ·  Orlande de Lassus  ·  Reynaldo Hahn  ·  Josquin Des prez  ·  Charles-Valentin Alkan  ·  Max Bruch  ·  Anton Bruckner  ·  Anton Rubinstein  ·  Arthur Sullivan
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