Definition of a cappella Pronunciation
Adverb
1. In a manner of a choir with no instrumental accompaniment; literally, "in the style of the (Sistine) Chapel (in Rome)", such as a musical Mass done a cappella.
Groups of teens singing a cappella on street corners got recording contracts.
2. In alla breve time.
Adjective
3. Singing solely or mainly without instrumental accompaniment.
An a cappella group sang during the wedding reception.
4. Related to a form of purely vocal music mostly associated with American college performance groups.
5. Alla breve.
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English - English - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. without instrumental accompaniment; in a chapel or church style (Music)
English - Spanish - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. sin acompañamiento musical; en estilo de música sacra (Música)
English - German - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. Akapella, ohne Begleitung von Musikinstrumente, in einer Kapelle (Musik)
English - Italian - a cappella Pronunciation
avv. senza accompagnamento strumentale (music.)
English - Portuguese - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. a capela, polifonia sem acompanhamento de instrumento musical (Música)
English - Russian - a cappella Pronunciation
нареч. без инструментального сопровождения, а капелла
German - English - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. without instrumental accompaniment; in a chapel or church style (Music)
English - Dutch - a cappella Pronunciation
bw. a cappella, zonder instrumentele begeleiding; in kapel- of kerkstijl (muziek)
German - Italian - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. cappella: a cappella
German - Russian - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. а капелла
German - Turkish - a cappella Pronunciation
z. enstrümansız
Italian - German - a cappella Pronunciation
adv. a cappella
English - Japanese - a cappella Pronunciation
(副) アカペラで, 楽器の伴奏なしで; 礼拝堂または教会スタイルで(音楽)


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