gaudeamus igitur


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gaudeamus igitur

(ˌɡaʊdɪˈɑːmʊs ˈɪɡɪˌtʊə; ˌɡɔːdɪˈeɪməs ˈɪdʒɪtə)
interj
let us therefore rejoice
[from a medieval student song]
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Fittingly, Brahms built in a series of student songs, culminating in the catchy "Gaudeamus igitur" (loosely translated as 'Let's have fun while we're still young!'), sung with great conviction by the chorus!
Gaudeamus igitur! My mother could not have known that she was more likely to study Latin in her little town than were the college students at Berkeley.
In social moments, he particularly enjoyed the student song Gaudeamus Igitur, especially the verse that went Vivant omnes virgines, faciles formosae (Hail to all the virgins, easy and lovely).
Life on campus is hardly the lighthearted "Gaudeamus igitur" experience of collegiate song.
Includes address on Sir William Turner and his schools by Peter Chester and singing of the old school song 'Gaudeamus Igitur'.
The students sang Gaudeamus Igitur and then Die Stem.
Sung to the tune of 'Gaudeamus Igitur', accompanied by clicks, claps and bangs on the table, we celebrated our unique community--our grounded theory community of scholars.
Donizetti; Deux melodies russes: Arabesques; Canzone napolitana; Die Graberinsel der Fursten zu Gotha; Liubila ia Romance du Comte Mikail Yourievitch Wielhorsky; Galop russe de Boulgakov; Tscherkessenmarsch aus Glinkas Oper Russlan und Ludmilla; Gaudeamus igitur: Paraphrase; Marche funebre de Dom Sebastien de l'opera de G.
HYPERION has brought out the fortieth instalment of Liszt's complete music for solo piano, Gaudeamus Igitur - Pieces d'occasion (CDA 67034).