(1) In addition to his work at WOI Radio, Compton sings in his church choir, assists with Iowa State's Chamber Singers student chorale and serves as organizer/agent for an a cappella men's vocal group, The Music Men.(2) Together the chorale perform a wide repertoire of classical music from Bach, Handel and Vivaldi as well as traditional spiritual and Filipino pieces, several a cappella works and well known songs of praise.(3) Although a fugue, it moves very much like a chorale .(4) The solemn opening Persichetti calls a ├ö├ç├┐chorale,├ö├ç├û but it's definitely a chorale filtered through Stravinsky.(5) One chorister, who had previously sung in both the choir and the chorale formed a point of connection between groups, but there was little, if any, direct interaction.(6) As the group's mission statement states, ├ö├ç├┐the Eastern Youth Chorale is a movement of young people pursuing musical excellence,├ö├ç├û and their aim is to groom young singers for the adult chorale .(7) In his ClavierÔö£ÔòØbung it was Krebs's way to treat the chorales in three sections: first a ├ö├ç├┐praeambulum├ö├ç├û hinting at the mood of the tune and its contour; second a chorale prelude; and third the chorale itself.(8) The slow playing of the melody, which is a pop song that nobody will recognise, is done by the winds and strings; they also play in slow fourpart harmony, like a chorale .(9) No pianist has ever taken the Busoni transcription of a Bach chorale so slowly, revealing the giant edifice behind it, nor has anyone, the composer included, filled Rachmaninov's G# minor prelude with such foreboding.(10) Shaw (and every other conductor so far) has problems with shaping the final chorale , rushing both the climax and the closing diminuendo.(11) Depending on the student's learning style, a teacher might ask a student to play the chord while naming the next chord in the chorale .(12) Not only does Long Beach boast an eclectic art scene, the city is home to world-class art museums, internationally renowned theater companies, its own symphony orchestra, opera company and master chorale .(13) Rhythmic values are quarter, eighth and half notes, and only the major finger pattern is used in the first chorale .(14) Through a chromatic mist of string ostinatos, a plainsong chorale gradually emerges in the brass climaxing in resplendent fanfares, before fading away into a haze of sound as the procession recedes.(15) It's not a huge piece, more a quiet reflection starting from the chorale and developing a certain drama midway through, with a moment of inspired clarity at the end, as high chords soothe away the preceding tensions.(16) When already thirty, he decided on a return to basics, busying himself with contrapuntal puzzles, fugues and harmonization of chorales .