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cantate

(ˈkæːntɑːteɪ)
n
the 98th psalm sung as a non-metrical hymn
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In the more substantial Gradual Venite gentes and Offertory Cantate Domino omnis terra, Salieri employs the choral voices more intricately and the instruments more amply.
We heard the purely orchestral La Grande Piece Royale as an overture, and three major choral works: Te Deum Laudamus, the chillingly dark De Profundis Clamavi, and the jubilant Cantate Domino.
The evening was built around Michel Pignolet de Monteclair's Europe: Cantate a voix scule.
Drahos's choices of very classical chorale repertoire for the Muscat Singers, such as the Latin piece Cantate Domino (Sing to the Lord), and The Pasture, a romantic dialogue between two young lovers, represented Jason's musical background and were pieces he really likes.
Tra le lettere del periodo salzanese, ad esempio, due missive confermano la competenza del futuro riformatore della musica sacra, fornito di un piccolo <<archivio musicale>> e impegnato nella preparazione di messe cantate nelle parrocchie vicine (35); altre aprono uno spiraglio sul suo carattere, energico e qualche volta anche impulsivo, ma pronto a correggersi come quando, scrivendo per prendere le difese di una povera famiglia che rischiava lo sfratto dai padroni, trascese in espressioni offensive delle quali fece subito ammenda (36).
The program includes Schtz's Cantate Domino, Thomas Tallis' Short Evening Service, David Hurd's Psalm 103 and Charles Villiers Stanford's Psalm 150.
(29.) To be sure, Savonarola showed a preference to chant when he preached "Listen to me: you sing laude here every morning and that is fine, but I would like it if you sometimes sang chants of the church such as 'Ave Maris Stella' ..." ("Ascoltate me; voi cantate qua delle laude la mattina esta bene; ma io vorrei ancora che voi cantassi qualche volta de' canti della Chiesa come e Ave maris stella ...").
(31) It is, however, worth noting that the fourth printing of Lalang seu: Surat ngadji Sara Sikka (1964) used Amapu as the word for God in 1964, as did the presumably somewhat more recent Cantate (Lalang seu) (n.d.).
He ends the Christmas 1874 number liturgically, with the "joyfullest" of all psalms, Psalm 98, calling it the one essential Christmas psalm, to be sung "by Christ's cradle" even today (28.217): "Cantate Domino canticum novum," "Sing to the Lord a new song."
(26) In reality, the text refers to "alcune canzonette" sung by the women, without any mention of the three men ("e alcune canzonette dalle predette donne cantate a lor diletto").
Cantate domino; early choir books for the Knights in Malta.
For centuries, the Church insisted that extra ecclesiam nulla salus (no salvation outside the Church), a position reiterated by Pope Eugene IV in his bull, Cantate Domino of 1441.