Jean Racine

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Noun1.Jean Racine - French advocate of JansenismJean Racine - French advocate of Jansenism; tragedian who based his works on Greek and Roman themes (1639-1699)
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Three Motets by the virtually unknown 20th-century Pierre Villette proved a real find, not least in the rich bluesiness of their chording, before the first half ended with Faure's ineffably glorious Cantique de Jean Racine, basses sturdy in their support for the flowing upper lines, and Martyn Rawles heroic in colouring a piano accompaniment normally only used for rehearsal purposes.
The programme includes Gloria by Vivaldi, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto no3, Faure: Les Djinns and Cantique de Jean Racine, Bartok's Four Slovak Folksongs, Dilys Elwyn Edwards: Exultate Deo, The Coolin' - Barber and Last words of David Randall Thompson.
The shock incident took place near Jean Racine school in the Teisseire district in the Southern city of Grenoble this morning, Daily Star reported.
The incident reportedly took place near Jean Racine school in Teisseire district of the city, France Bleau newspaper reported.
Gabriel Faure Apres un reve (After a Dream); Le Ruisseau (The Stream); Maria, Mater gratiae; Cantique de Jean Racine
Music included the Cantique de Jean Racine by Faure, Locus Iste by Bruckner, Stainer's The Appeal of the Crucified and Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus as well as God So Loved the World from Stainer's Crucifixion.
Through performances in adaptations of works by playwrights including Jean Racine, William Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht and Moliere, he has built a reputation as an outstanding actor.
30pm and features Vierne's Messe Solennelle, Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine and the festival anthem Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice by Gerald Finzi.
Although the Requiem is the centerpiece of the concert choir's program, it will includes two other works by Faur: "Pavane" and the "Cantique de Jean Racine.
The 17th-century French dramatist Jean Racine called his piece Phedre.