from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A singer or composer of choral music.—
- noun A member of a church choir.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A singer or composer of chorals.
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- noun A
singeror composerof chorals.
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Properly speaking, therefore, the feathered choralist does not have a voice, but only a wind instrument; albeit a marvelous contrivance it is.
On the plains of Colorado there dwells a feathered choralist that deserves a place in American bird literature, and the day will perhaps come when his merits will have due recognition, and then he shall have not only a monograph, but also an ode all to himself.
A person with a tragic background, inspiring history or cute accent will advance faster than the generic choralist.
Concerning Königshofen as choralist see MATHIAS, Phototypische Wiedergabe des Königshofenschen