However, Tess found at least approximate expression for her feelings in the old BENEDICITE
that she had lisped from infancy; and it was enough.
, which always seemed to him so exquisite.
Ivanhoe crossed himself, repeating prayers in Saxon, Latin, or Norman-French, as they occurred to his memory, while Richard alternately said, Benedicite
, and swore, Mort de ma vie!
Invited by Benassis, who summoned each in turn so as to avoid questions of precedence, the doctor's five guests went into the dining-room; and after the cure, in low and quiet tones, had repeated a Benedicite
, they took their places at table.
"She's a public lunger or she wouldn't have been singing the Benedicite
; and she's a Greenlander or she wouldn't have snow-blinds over her colloids," said George at last.
"I implore you; such an action is worth ten Benedicites
1 (1993): 79; Christina Rossetti, Seek and Find: A Double Series of Short Studies of the Benedicite
(London: SPCK, 1879), p.
For Matins, Purcell provides settings of the Benedicite
and Jubilate as alternatives to the Te Deum and Benedictus; similarly, for Evensong, providing the Cantate Domino and Deus misereatur as alternatives to the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis.
! I cannot vndyrstande What oure prince of prestys doth men, Pat every man xuld come and brynge with hym a whande.
The program includes American composer Gwyneth Walker's cantata "To Love This Earth'' set to writings by Henry David Thoreau; "Earth Is Our Mother'' by Dave Brubeck; "Benedicite
'' by Andrew Carter; the world premiere of area composer Dorothy VanAndel Frisch's "Cherish The Home We All Share''' set to a text by Joel R.
I stood there dumb, but he, To move the scene, spoke like a biloquist ("Benedicite
!"), smiled, and bowed again.