Definition of a cappella in English:

a cappella

Line breaks: a cap|pella
Pronunciation: /ˌa kəˈpɛlə
 
, ˌɑː
 
/

adjective & adverb

(With reference to choral music) sung without instrumental accompaniment: [as adjective]: an a cappella Mass [as adverb]: the consorts usually perform a cappella
More example sentences
  • We'll prepare a few songs that we can do a cappella.

Origin

Italian, literally 'in chapel style'.

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