choralenoun [ C ]uk /kɒrˈɑːl/ /kəˈrɑːl/ us /kəˈræl/
Examples from literature
- A completing touch lies in the answering phrase of the chorale, where the answer of original motto is transformed into a masterful ring of cheer and confidence.
- Again, a chorale provides the musical foundation.
- In the chorale all of the voices moved together.
- Later the chorale is sounded by the full band, with intermediate beats of rhythmic march.
- The overture leads into the first piece of song, the chorale that forms a vital part of the musical texture as the opera proceeds.