Performed or written for performance by a chorus.(adjective)
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Use "choral" in a sentence
"By the term choral song we are not to understand anything resembling our singing of a chorus in parts."
"I think I love shadow reading because it harks back to my Welsh training in choral recital – and the buzz and energy of being part of the group performing on stage."
"While this entry lends more supporting evidence that the practice at the time was having men sing all choral parts save, occasionally, the top (dessus) line in choral music from the period, Rousseau rocks because he asks, WTF?"