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The last two weeks of Lent, leading up to Easter.


(Ecclesiastical Terms) the last two weeks of Lent, extending from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday


(ˈpæʃ ənˌtaɪd)

the two-week period from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday.
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1, Passiontide, which was given its Welsh premiere by NEW Sinfonia in June at the official North Wales International Music Festival launch concert.
Contemplation of Christ's suffering, especially through Lenten practices, such as the stations of the cross and Passiontide scriptural readings, can be a school of compassion and empathy that bears fruit in forms of solidarity such as the L' Arche communities.
uk/events/kings-hall/nemf Four pieces by Tudor genius John Sheppard frame Bach's great motets Komm Jesu, komm, and Jesu meine Freude, and William Byrd's meditation on penitence, Infelix Ego, for Durham Singers' Passiontide concert at Durham Cathedral Chapter House on March 22.
6 April 2014: Fifth Sunday of Lent or Judica Sunday is also popularly known as the Passion Sunday, the start of Passiontide.
However, Barber's inclusion of the Passiontide text may also have been through a desire to infuse a convincing seriousness, or even gravitas, to the overall work.
SUNDAY marked the beginning of Passiontide at St Michael The Archangel, Emley- the countdown to Easter.
uk Nave choir concert Music for Lent and Passiontide sung by the Cathedral Nave Choir.
TODAY Easter from King's 2012 - Passiontide to Easter (BBC Two, 5.
After the starkness of Passiontide the beautiful colours and the scent of the decorations.
Musica Sacra, based in Southam, specialise in performing lesser known choral works from the 18th to early 20th centuries, and the Prelude To Passiontide concert will feature Albinioni's Adagio for Organ and Strings, Maunder's Olivet to Calvary and the first UK performance with orchestra of Miserere mei Deus and Christus factus est by Francesco Masciangelo.
Norman Stinchcombe The Sixteen Birmingham Oratory It is Passiontide, and the 11th annual pilgrimage by the renowned choral group The Sixteen visited Birmingham Oratory for this concert of music by Victoria.
Russell Stinson, Bach: The Orgelbuchlein (New York: Schirmer Books, 1996), 89: "This Passiontide chorale, which Bach set in the Orgelbuchlein as an ornamental chorale, is probably the most beloved piece in the collection--and one of Bach's most acclaimed organ chorales altogether.