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fidibus

(ˈfɪdɪbəs)
n
a kind of match used to light pipes or candles
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In the final phase of his career, following Novak's departure for Germany, where in 1977 he and his family settled in Neu Ulm, he composed orchestral works (Ludi symphoniaci, Vernalis Temporis Symphonia for solos, chorus and orchestra, Symphonia Bipartita) and a number of pieces For chamber ensemble--Sonata da Chiesa I and II, Sonata soils fidibus for violin and the piano work Hymni Christiani.
36 (et ture et fidibus iuvat / placare, and with incense and strings may it help to please, 1.
Sic quoque non digitis, aut plectro pulsa: mouetur / Forte fides, tamquam fidibus tunc assonet ictis / Ipsa, quibus fuerit concordi consona uoce, / In cunctis adeo rerum concordia pollet.
Hospitium Bruxelloe cornmodissimum obtigit in intersignio Antverpioe: ibi inter coetera, mirifice me commovit et exhilaravit filia psaltria: quae cure divinam e fidibus harmoniam digitis delicatissimis eliceret, acvoce suavissima nervorum mollitiem longe superaret, saepe in mentem Ovidianum illud revocavit [Amores II.
Strophe I Lyrae potentes Camoenae, Agite, quis deum, herosue, Homo quis fidibus inseri Poscit?
Descende caelo et dic age tibia regina longum Calliope melos, seu voce nunc mavis acuta, seu fidibus citharave Phoebi.
18) spirat adhuc amor / vivuntque commissi calores / Aeoliae fidibus puellae, [her] love still breathes and the burning passions of the Aeolian girl committed to the lyre live on, Odes 4.