Definition of chorally in English:

chorally

Pronunciation /ˈkôrəlē/ /ˈkɔrəli/

adverb

See choral

‘The German term originally signified a plainchant melody sung chorally, but from the late 16th century its meaning was widened to include vernacular hymns.’
  • ‘One of the key elements in English music is the use of the voice, both chorally and in the more intimate setting of song.’
  • ‘In addition, in Shared Reading, as Routman describes it, the students read chorally after the teacher has modeled fluent reading.’
  • ‘Our other great highlight was the southern hemisphere premiere in 1999 of Szymanowski's chorally difficult Symphony No 3 of 1916 sung with the Christchurch Symphony.’
  • ‘In a lot of these songs the intro seems like a differently-arranged but melodically/chorally similar version of some other part of the song.’