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"Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott," they chanted in deep, strong tones, with an immense moral uplifting.
On Sunday the work ceased for half an hour, and the Prince preached on faith and God's friendship for David, and afterwards they all sang: "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott."
Derby Feste, which will return to the city on Friday September 27 and Saturday September 28, attracts more than 30,000 visitors to the city centre over the two-day festival which features performers from across Europe in a celebration of street entertainment including dance, contemporary circus, music and comedy.
Malvolio plays his role as warden of her home and Feste the fool plays the role of comedian," Stemper said.
Ein' feste Burg was built as a tower of voices, and folk songs in the minor key were sung until the choir waxed (as happened at home, upstairs in the Oystercatcher) lachrymose.
Matthew Kelly as Sir Toby Belch, Paul Duckworth as Feste and Adam Keast as Sir Andrew Aguecheek, in Twelfth Night, at the Everyman's reopening in 2014
Its Namib Sand Sea that was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites List in 2013, is considered "the only coastal desert in the world that includes extensive dune fields influenced by fog." Other magnificent places to see in the country include: the Alte Feste, which is a fortress and museum in Windhoek; the Daan Viljoen Game Reserve, a game reserve near the capital; and the Schwerinsburg, the biggest of three castles in Windhoek, which today serves as the private residence of the Italian ambassador in Namibia.
Here Feste (Beruce Khan), who is a kind of Brahmin in a smart turban, leads the company in the song and dance numbers you might associate with Floradora, The Quaker Girl or The Maid Of The Mountains but not especially Shakespeare's England.
Jeffrey Skidmore chose Bach's two bestknown Luther settings, Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott and Christ lag in Todesbanden, to partner the stunning Magnificat in D that came after the interval.
In Twelfth Night, Huebert analyses the anxiety of misinterpreting the inner self, in particular, Olivia's veil and Malvolio's attempt to protect his privacy from Feste, Sir Toby Belch and Sir Andrew Aguecheek.
Karen Feste, a professor at the school who taught Zarif in two classes, remembered an exchange Zarif once had with another student.