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  • n. Plural form of songfest.


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  • n To find ways to get people to participate in cultural activities such as songfests, community theater and festivals;

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  • The town forgave me for existing; it included me in Christmas carols, songfests

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  • Mother played the piano and organ for school, church, community events, revival meetings and college songfests.

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  • Soon Mattie was accompanying Agnes to drawing classes, flower-arranging workshops and gospel songfests.

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  • And they had songfests and dances and things to try to keep up morale.

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  • His name was Arthur Freed and he was responsible for many of the great MGM songfests of the 1940s and 1950s, from For Me and My Gal to Cabin in the Sky, On the Town, Annie Get Your Gun, An American in Paris, and Gigi.

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  • Performing was another part of the club culture, according to a written history that recounts some late-night songfests.

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  • Late-evening songfests were held around the piano.

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  • Even more dismaying is that the bulk of the musicals are golden oldies, Broadway imports or songfests: only Lloyd Webber's upcoming

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  • Carols are key in two holiday songfests iTunes releases top songs, apps, and more for 2010 rss feed


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