Call-and-response meaning

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Of or relating to a style of singing in which the melody sung by one singer is responded to or echoed by another or others.
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A kind of preaching or declaiming that elicits recurring cries of affirmation from the congregation or audience.
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(music) A pattern of alternating parts, either vocal or instrumental, with the second responding to or repeating the first, such as occurs in gospel music sung by a lead singer and an antiphonal choir.
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