If you are a fan of singing, you might be interested in learning more about the different styles that exist.
In this blog post, we will explore 8 types of group singing, from rounds to call and response! * Rounds: round songs are sung in rounds.
They use a technique called “round singing” that involves one singer starting the song.
Then being joined by other singers to form a chorus.
* Call-and-Response: call and response is a style of group singing where the leader calls out or responds to certain words from the audience with their voice (often using melodic patterns).
It’s common for this type of singing to be used during worship services.
Choral Singing: choral groups sing together as one choir rather than each person responding individually like in call and response singing.
This can also take place inside churches, synagogues, mosques or temples.