In the house of God there is never ending festival; the angel choir makes eternal holiday; the presence of God's face gives joy that never fails.
One who sings with his tongue on fire, gargles in the rat race choir.
I belong to a gospel choir. They know I am an atheist but they are very tolerant.
There was a point in the '80s when I looked out at my audience and I saw people that - were I not on the stage - they'd sooner slug me as they walked by me on the sidewalk. And I realized that I was way beyond the choir.
I've never had a very quiet voice. I tried in choir to make it smaller, and it just didn't work out. And I listened to a lot of soul music when I was growing up on my own accord. But I was mostly into Mama Cass and Gladys Knight, and they all had big voices too; just different than mine.
The family of God is the choir, and God is their audience.
I was the front man of the choir and then when I was 12 and I was the leadsinger of my highschool groups.
Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in a midnight choir, I have tried in my way to be free!!
I'm obsessed with choirs, and always have been, because of that sense of overwhelming vocals.
I like the idea of politically charged music a lot, but it usually seems to be preaching to the choir and ineffective.
I found that when I was putting my own music out, with my Twitter feed as the pure marketing budget, I'm preaching to the choir.
The first time I sang in the church choir; two hundred people changed their religion.
I didn't like to be restricted, because when you're in a choir, you have a part to sing and you sing it. I always liked singing on my own.
I sang in the choir for years, even though my family belonged to another church.
I've been playing music all my life, from being a choir soloist at Symphony Hall as a youngster to playing in bands through high school and college at Kent State. Went in the service at 17, out before I was 21.
I have been a harmony enthusiast since I was a child, singing in choir and with friends growing up. I always put a ton of harmonies on my demos.
My interest in women's voices started when I was in the boys' choir and we were singing in opera choruses. That was my first close-up experience with the female soprano voice. I was amazed at how it could be within the same scale but so different in quality.
It is my belief that everything you need to know about the world can be learned in a church choir.
The confessions don't speak with one voice. They are more like a cluster of closely-related but distinct voices - a kind of choir, if you like.
I am a Mormon woman, I am not orthodox. It is the lens through which I see the world. I hear the Tabernacle Choir and it still makes me weep.
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