Lewis grew up in Florida, and sang in church, choir, and in school.
A choir of trendy, fashionable folks doing indie rock covers was clearly ripe to capitalize on the musical zeitgeist!
The play of Sunday, the play of being angels in the choir, is not just a peripheral secondary marginal realm of activity.
Those not already in the choir want to hear more about growth.
Ryan is preaching to a choir that's getting smaller and smaller.
It was stated that at the Cathedral the civic procession “passed along the rush-strewed pavement into the choir.”
He could hear the music of the organ, and presently the choir began to sing an anthem.
As the church of one of the two great preaching orders, it had a nave large beyond all proportion to its choir.
I wish you'd commence to-night, instead of choir practice night.
The Pulgars ever after held the right to sit in the choir of the mosque-church during the celebration of High Mass.
c.1300, queor "part of the church where the choir sings," from Old French cuer, quer "choir of a church (architectural); chorus of singers" (13c., Modern French choeur), from Latin chorus "choir" (see chorus). Meaning "band of singers" is c.1400, quyre. Re-spelled mid-17c. on Latin model.