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chant-like

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Definition of chant-like in English:

adjective

Sung or spoken repetitiously or in unison: chant-like melodies
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  • The song begins with a haunting keyboard intro, laced with sound effects, and ascends into a bright, airy, romantic ballad with a chant-like quality.
  • From the shimmering chant-like beginning of "Samodado/Don's Tune," the listener is aware of the easy complicity between these musicians.
  • Beckley gives Palach and his mother evocatively modal, chant-like music in their solo sections.

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