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Acappella is an all-male Contemporary Christian vocal group founded in 1982 by Keith Lancaster who has been the singer, songwriter, and producer throughout the group's history. The group only consists of vocalists who sing in a cappella style without instrumental accompaniment.


  1. "Acappella": Returning to their roots, Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge released Acappella, a collection of notable doo wop covers.
  2. "Acappella" is a musical album of BC3.


"Acappella" is a film, directed by Jeff Hillyer.

  • executive producer: Kibwe Dorsey
  • released in (5 years ago)

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acappella

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Google previewService Providers (2002)

ASPs, ISPs, MSPs, and WSPs by Mary Helen Gillespie

acappella is a recreational discussion, in the general category of music. And more specifically it is a discussion of singing without musical accompaniment (a-cappella). Not all ISPs provide access to newsgroups. A set of free ...

Google previewZen and the Art of Mixing: REV 2 (2014)

by Mixerman

The acappella is a vocalsonly mix and can be quite handyfor edits andremixes.

Google previewThe Ultimate Dictionary of Dream Language (2013)

by Briceida Ryan

acappella to perform Victory and joy will come to you because you will be engaged to marry if you choose to pursue an ongoing relationship. to hear acappella music You should begin to watch your ...

Google previewWebster's II New College Dictionary (2005)

by Webster's New World Dictionary, Editors Of Webster's II Dictionaries

acappella. •. access. time. smoke.] Absence of carbon dioxide in the blood and tissues. a cap-pel-la (a7 L> pel'.ii adv. [Ital. : a, as -f capella, chapel.] Mus. Without instrumental accompaniment <sing a cappella> ac*ar*bose (ak'ar-bos') n.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Protestantism (2004)

4-volume set by Hans J. Hillerbrand

Longstanding hermeneutical and organizational differencesinduced thedeparture ofthe (acappella) Churches ofChrist,a divisionthatwas virtually effective long before itsformal recognition inthe 1906religious census. Thesecond major division ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Blues (1992)

by Gérard Herzhaft

El Cerrito, Ca: Acappella, 1991. II. BOOKS ABOUT THE BLUES Amaudon, Jean- Claude.

Google previewTruespel Book Two: Phonetic Dictionary of USA English (2006)

by Thomas E. Zurinskas

~aakttet - octet ~aakttilyin - octillion ~aakttoeber october ~aaktugaan - octagon ~ aaktuhheedrin - octahedron ~aaktujennairee'in - octogenarian ~ aaktujennaireeyin - octogenarian ~aaktupoos - octopus ~aakuppelu - acappella ~aakurreenu ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites (2010)

by Donald B. Kraybill

ACappella Singing abuse, several cultural factors in some ofthe more traditional groups may lend it informal cover. Members of groups that emphasize separation from the world and whose children do not attend public schools may not have ...

Google previewDictionary of Music Education (2013)

by Irma H. Collins

ACAPPELLA TRADITION A CAPPELLA TRADITION. In church style, choral singing without accompaniment. Generally, any unaccompanied vocal performance. This early choral form reappeared in the early 20th century when Peter C.

Google previewMusic Lovers' Encyclopedia (1919)

Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms, Instruments, &c., Including a Key to the Pronunciation of Sixteen Languages, Many Charts; an Explanation of the Construction of Music for the Uninitiated; a Pronouncing Biographical Dictionary; the Stories of the Operas; and Numerous Biographical and Critical Essays by Distinguished Authorities by Rupert Hughes

acappella), unaccompanied, ace., accordingly). accomp., accompaniment. aJIg., allgem. (G., allgemein), universal, general, app., appointed. apt., appointment. Arab., Arabian. Archbp., Archbishop. arr., arranged, arrangement, asst., assistant.


by MarcAnthony Mantis Kozuh

ACAPPELLA MusicTheory. Vocals without instrumental accompaniment. A SIDE. A Side is the single chosen by the record company for radio play. It is expected to be"the hit." The B Sideis usuallyan album cut that is not expected to have ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Radio 3-Volume Set (2004)

by Christopher H. Sterling

Acappella jingles by Johnny Mannwereshort. Commercial loads were cutto12to 13 minutes per hour and clustered in strategically scheduledstop sets.

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Music (2005)

Acappella (Italian) : Music that is vocal or choral but without instrumental accompaniment Acapriccio (Italian) : Capriciously; as the player wishes Accarezzevole, Accarezzevolmente (Italian) : Caressing, caressingly Accelerando (Italian) ...

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Acappella Group Outside Metropolitan Museum

Terrific street performers

Photo credit: Bob Jagendorf

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Awesome beatbox and acappella singing in indigenous Ono Niha language

Awesome beatbox and acapella singing in Ono Niha language performed by high-school kids from Nias Island, Indonesia. Nias Island is located off the west ...

Sign language

Words by Hawk Nelson - Duet Acappella with American Sign Language

Words by Hawk Nelson sung for talent show while doing American Sign Language.

Scrabble value of A1C3A1P3P3E1L1L1A1

The value of this 9-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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