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canticum

(ˈkæntɪkəm)
n
a canticle
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rt's Drei Hirtenkinder aus Ftima performed by the Canticum Chamber Choir within the gallery space.
Unas palabras muy semejantes a las anteriores las encontramos en el excursus cristologico de la Homilia XIII del In Canticum canticorum.
He has been featured as a soloist in concerts with the Boston Pops, Arizona Bach Festival, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Georgia Symphony, New Mexico Philharmonic, True Concord Voices and Orchestra, Canticum Novum, Tallahassee Symphony, Highland Park Chorale, Tupelo Symphony, Montgomery Symphony, Brevard Symphony Orchestra, and the Tallahassee Bach Parley.
Ex indicatis in demostratione tubi elliptici elici potest cur theatra scenica, in quibus interlocutor, aut canticum agens quispiam in scena est audiendus, siant in similem ellipticae formam.
Furthermore, there were performances by the Canticum Choir Ostrava led by Yuriy Galatenko, the Elole Trio from Dresden, the New York violin duo String Noise and the Prague-based string quartet FAMA Quartet, as well as a long list of soloists.
Slumber, Dominant and Mutual Trust hail from an excellent first crop that numbers just 31, while a second crop of four foals born in 2009 includes the Group 2 Prix Chaudenay winner Canticum.
An Allegory of Divine Love: The Netherlandish Blockbook Canticum Canticorum.
Art historian Lavin studies all aspects of the late fifteenth-century northern European graphic book Canticum Canticorum--visual features, relationship to its time and place, relevance and meaning for the people who commissioned and used it, and particularly its allusion to the spiritual marriage of Christ and his beloved Mother through the metaphor of human physical love.
Given that both miniatures illustrate the opening to Psalm 97, Cantate Domino canticum novum [Sing to the Lord a new song] and that a lively debate persisted throughout the Middle Ages over whether this song should be identified with the musical performance of the Psalms or their moral performance by way of good thoughts and deeds, this variant--like those Cleaver notices--may have a witty theological significance.
Other essays devoted primarily to single texts include Marilyn Aronberg Lavins summary ofher recent book on the late fifteenth-century Netherlandish blockbook, the Canticum Canticorum (Song of Songs).
Synopsis: The Netherlandish Canticum Canticorum is a late 15th-century blockbook ordinarily bound with larger, more impressive, and better known blockbooks, particularly the Biblia Pauperum and the Speculum Humanae Salvationis.
After that work premiered, indeed, even Stravinsky immediately began to turn to his late, serial style, as one can clearly see from his next Venetian work, the Canticum Sacrum of 1955.