A chorus is reapeated throughout a song.
The main difference between a verse and a chorus is who is singing and who is not. A verse is usually the part of the story that is a song and the chorus is is the sing along part of the song.
a hook is what gets you intrested in a song the course comes after every verse a verse is what tells the story the bridge is like a musical break in the song where there is only music no lyrics
I assume you are asking "What is the difference between a praise chorus and a hymn?" Normally with a praise chorus the same words are repeated several times. A hymn contains several stanzas with different words. A chorus containing the same words may follow the end of each stanza. Unlike a praise chorus, the chorus at the end of a hymn is only sung once following each stanza.
Bleachers are for people to watch, for example, sporting events, and risers are for the performers, for example chorus's.
difference between as on and as at
Difference between paging and what?
the difference is that a refrain changes slightly each verse and a chorus is the same every verse
the part of a song that is not of a repeated pattern such as the chorus or verse. Often a song consists of a verse then chorus pattern, then a bridge in between which is neither a verse or chorus and then back to the verse chorus pattern.
The part that comes right after the Chorus. Its the brdige between the chorus and verse.
no a chorus is who sings the song A chorus is a repeated refrain after each verse of the song.
Lyrics are the words to a song, so they make up a chorus. I think the distinction you are trying to make is between the verses and the chorus of a song, in which case the pattern is usually verse 1, chorus, verse 2, chorus, and so on.
Verse and chorus are both elements of song.
Intro,verse,chorus,verse,chorus,bridge,outro. Sometimes there is a chorus before the outro.
Pop song structure is (intro) Verse Chorus Verse Chorus Bridge chorus (outro)
verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus this is in most pop songs the last chorus is often repeated
Intro, Verse, pre-chorus, chorus, link, pre-chorus, Chorus, Mid, Link, Verse then outro
like most, : verse, chorus, verse, bridge, chorus, and sometimes another chorus after that, and maybe you will repeat the first verse.
In music, structure means how the music's built. Example verse-chorus-verse-chorus-verse-bridge.