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Gregorian chant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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Gregorian chantGre·go·ri·an chant /ɡrɪˌɡɔːriən ˈtʃɑːnt $ -ˈtʃænt/ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 APMa kind of church music for voices alone
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Gregorian chantWhen he was about half-way he paused and whistled loudly like a blackbird that was attempting a Gregorian chant.Computer science is a bit like a Gregorian chant a one-line melody changing state within larger scale sections.The music is as old as Gregorian chant and as fresh as a Disney soundtrack.Some of the allure is a residue of the Gregorian chant mania of a few years ago.
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