plaudite

plaudite

(ˈplɔːdɪtɪ)
interj
a request for applause following a show or production
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El danzar que entonces y en aquellos tiempos la santa Madre y sus hijas usaban, era no arregladamente, ni con viguela, sino daban unas palmadas -como dice el rey David: omnes gentes plaudite manibus--, y discurrian asi con mas armonia y gracia de espiritu que de otra cosa (43).
The motet titles are as follows: Omnes gentes plaudite manibus, Ave virgo sponsa Dei, Quaeramus cum pastoribus, Ubi pascas ubi cubes?
Achaca a error la traduccion de Plaudite (con que solian acabar las Comedias latinas, como dice nuestro autor) en, "Aplaudan, que dio fin aqui el mal rato", por la adicion de terminos que Horacio no dijo (23).
Self-abasement was a Chaucerian inheritance that Shakespeare merged with the Plautine plaudite, and as such should not be mistaken for autobiography.
In the same year Biber's mass and motet Plaudite tympana were recorded by the Italian ensembles La Stagione Armonica and Tibicines with Sergio Balestracci conducting.
Summi Iouis causa plaudite [Applaud on behalf of Jove's greatest]" (Klausner 136).
shall Player-like, be stript out of those silken Trappings: he plaid a brave roans part on the Theatre of this world, but he has his Exit, and I [Time] am in the Tyring-house and will dis-robe him; he shall know, Mundus Universus exercet Histrionem; Earth is but a stage, the life an Enterlude, the people Actors; onely I am left to empty the Stage with my Epilogue, but none of these for my paines will give mee a Plaudite (17)
Hovering in the background of such speeches as these perhaps is the popular account of Augustus Caesar's death according to which the emperor's last words were "Acta est fabula, plaudite," the word "fabula" conveying the sense both of a stage play and of a story.
The return to the Parisian gay bar at the end distances the play like the traditional Shakespearean plaudite.
Hallase atestada desde el titulo hasta el plaudite de barbarismos, de solecismos, de vulgarismos, de galicismos, y de todos los ismos posibles para hacerla modernisima" (ML septiembre 1794, 359).
For example, indications in sources used and owned by Gumpelzhaimer verify that he performed a sizable number of polychoral works, among them Giovanni Gabrieli's splendid Ascension Day motet, Plaudite, psallite (a 12; C.