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The script expresses and gives context to the emotions in the music that Chicago a cappella performs.
It's extremely rare for an original a cappella album to make it all the way to the top of the (Billboard) charts, but it did,' Trace said of the Pentanonix which, like The Filharmonic, was an alum of the reality talent search 'The Sing-Off.
Vocal Rush is a four-time national champion a cappella ensemble based out of Oakland School for the Arts (OSA) and comprised of singers ages 15-18.
It has become increasingly popular in recent years, with talent shows such as The X Factor challenging singers to perform a cappella.
Pitch Perfect 2," the latest movie to celebrate college-level a cappella competition, is based on a 2008 book written by Mickey Rapkin under the same name.
A cappella is music without instrumental accompaniment.
Maddeningly adorable and sing-along-ingly addictive, it's not hard to see why a cappella has made inroads into popular culture.
The most significant fact about a cappella music is that it ensures a stronger platform for musicians to develop.
We take other people's songs and turn it into our own a cappella style.
Wilmington High School teacher and founder/director of the school's a cappella group, SoundScape
The biggest challenge is overcoming people's perception that an a cappella group sings only barbershop or doo-wop harmony, said member Dave Guist.
In the death scene, Baras, bound to a grille, let loose with stunning, a cappella footwork, a poignant and powerful finale to a lush, swirling spectacle.