Neo-Gregorian items for the Sanctorale appear to be a combination of single item insertions and whole formularies; Alleluias
often combine an international text with a neo-Gregorian melody.
was not sung or said, which made the triple Alleluias
of Easter something to look forward to.
The three small boys entering with their Alleluias
never fail to moisten the eyes and gutsy string playing throughout from the Britten Sinfonia was admirable, adding to the enthusiastic performance with many instrumental solo spots adding to the brilliance of the overall effect.
singing about death as they are pulled from the rubble alive, singing alleluias
in their ruined churches.
Amid claps and alleluias
which could be heard during an interview with officials, General Dau while addressing his supporters and citizens of the state, reportedly said has no bad intention against incumbent governor Malong and that was why it took him long to declare his intention.
And here he was - and here I was - half a globe away from the village church he once served, with voices singing a cappella (from Italian for "in the chapel") alleluias
(from the mixed Greek and Hebrew roots declaring, "Praise God").
May the light which thou dost send Fill our songs with alleluias
Palestrina's extraordinarily inventive mind moves from the Apostle's joyously overflowing Alleluias
greeting the Holy Spirit to the humble pleas of the Kyrie with irresistible freshness and clarity.
Many compositions come to mind with his description of rising and falling with music's wings, especially the whole history of alleluias
The two choirs, singing in English, will lift their voices in an Easter cantata by Benjamin Harlan, ``Resurrection Alleluias
,'' on Sunday.
For Palm Sunday in Year C Wenk suggests the choir sing the Alleluia
from Jean Berger's jubilant "Brazilian Psalm," but the mood is wrong for this service, and, besides, most churches using the Revised Common Lectionary discourage the singing of alleluias
during Lent or Holy Week.
The essay on Roethke describes his "sacramental vision" of things: "Indeed, there is rarely to be found in the literature of our period a body of poetry so predominantly psalmic and doxological as Roethke's: almost everywhere, it seems, the poet's voice is lifted up in jubilant alleluias