- a chorus organized for singing choral music.
Origin of glee club
First recorded in 1805–15
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Examples from the Web for glee club
Robert had sent me a note inviting me to a glee-club concert.
I am not certain I could belong to a glee-club, and never get cross or unreasonable.Autumn Leaves
At college I was in the glee-club, and whenever we had any singin' at the fraternity house they always expected me to lead it.Soldier Silhouettes on our Front
William L. Stidger
In fact, I think the effect of glee-club training on his young mind has strongly influenced his whole life-work.Contemporary American Composers
The hospital choir and glee-club had here prepared an entertainment most agreeable to the tastes of all.E.P. Roe: Reminiscences of his Life
Mary A. Roe
- mainly US and Canadian a club or society organized for the singing of choral music