Magnificat


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(Luke) the canticle of the Virgin Mary (from Luke 1:46 beginning 'Magnificat anima mea Dominum')

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That was certainly the case in his Nunc Dimittis which, along with the Magnificat is at the centre of the Anglican Mass, the Evensong.
They make a perfect end for each of the "hours" they grace: the Benedictus in the morning at lauds; the Magnificat in the evening at vespers; the Nunc Dimittus or Canticle of Simeon as the last hour of prayer at night, or compline.
Magnificat is to be sung alongside two of Bach's other works - Cantata No 50, Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft (Now Is Come Salvation and Strength) and No 31, Der Himmel Lacht
Mary responded with what is now known as the Magnificat, also known as the Song of Mary, a canticle frequently sung liturgically in Christian churches.
Cantiones Choir, Oswestry Sinfonia and Glyndw r University Community Choir are hard at work rehearsing Mozart Requiem and Pergolesi Magnificat which they will perform together on May 17 in Oswestry and then again on the 24th in Wrexham.
the Magnificat was for a long time Bach's earliest known choral work.
Marilyn Edwards has changed tack and Magnificat is her second novel, following on from White Chin.
We describe how the experience of Notre Dame's first foray into university-school partnerships, the Magnificat Schools initiative, informed the creation of the Notre Dame ACE Academy program.
Colin has written humorous plays and sketches in the past - including McScrooge: A Christmas Carol, The X-Mas Factor and Mary and the Magnificat Seven.
Splendors of the Rosary: Encountering the Mysteries of Christ with Mary comes from the founding publisher of the monthly magazine Magnificat and provides meditations and quotes on Catholic spirituality, pairing lovely color photos and illustrations with prayers, evocations, Biblical passages, and reflections.
PLACE: The Magnificat Center for Unity and Reconciliation, Wichita, KS
The Archbishop recalled one occasion where he was leading evensong there but nodded off during the singing of the Magnificat, and fell over sideways.
The Magnificat features several solos or duets (one trio with a chorus member joining in), each showing excellent command of Baroque style and singing the melismatic runs expertly, always a feature of late Baroque music.
The latest title in Supraphon's Music from Eighteenth-Century Prague series features four of Jan Dismas Zelenka's Advent and Christmas pieces: Magnificat in C, ZWV 107; 0 magnum mysterium--Moteto pro nativitate, ZWV 171; Missa Nativitatis Domini, ZWV8; and the motet Chvalte Boha silneho (Praise God Almighty), ZWV 165, as performed by the ensemble Musica Florea.
She and chor kobiet have also created and performed a second piece, Magnificat, about the role of Mary in the religious lives of Polish women.