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Quire

A unit equivalent to 24 sheets of paper.
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Semere was grateful for Batswana's encouragement and support to the choir, and said KTM and its supporters were proud of the hard work and commitment the choir had endured to bring the trophy home.
The 'Choir of the World', established in 1987, is the final choir competition at the annual festival featuring all first prize winners from five categories, namely, mixed choirs, youth choirs, female voice choirs, male voice choirs and open choirs.
According to choir director Anthony White, the Detroit Youth Choir is a community-based choir made up of children from the streets, broken families and violent backgrounds.
It's arguable that Trecynon has never seen anything like it - choir members decked out in extravagant finery posing in the back alleys of the village near Aberdare.
This choir tour is an opportunity for Taiwan to introduce its indigenous culture to the world.
The choir's repertoire includes more than a thousand works by Azerbaijani and foreign composers as well as folk songs.
Many in the choir had no musical training or had sung in public before.
The Millikin University Choir is under the direction of Dr.
Soprano Ayse Goknur Shanal brought the world of opera to Chester in fine style as she charmed the large audience with her performance of pieces including Habanera, from Carmen, and Dvorak's Song To Moon, accompanied by the accomplished Australian pianist Michelle Nguyen, principal accompanist to the Australian Welsh Male Choir.
Travelling across the border to the picturesque town of Llangollen, Jo, along with her husband Phil, arrived back exactly 10 years to the date the choir was founded by the former professional opera singer to mark a victory as the first English choir to claim the title.
Trips abroad were a dream back in 1948 when a group of Gaelic music lovers formed Stirling Gaelic Choir.