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Synonyms for evensong

the sixth of the seven canonical hours of the divine office


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(Anglican Church) a daily evening service with prayers prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer

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evensong at Hudders-eld Parish Church uses the words of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer and the church choir sings most Sunday afternoons but guest choirs are invited on occasion.
The Liverpool Cathedral evensong will include Jubilate Deo, by Gabrieli; St Paul's Service, by Herbert Howells; and Hear My Words Ye People, by Parry.
DESCRIPTION: Evensong Retreat and Spirituality Center is set in a tranquil residential neighborhood across from picturesque Allen Harbor.
Games will be won and lost followed by voices that soar in music to inspire at Evensong at 5.
Barboteu's Esquisse for flute, horn, and harp and Fuchs's Evensong, commissioned by the Virginia Symphony's principal hornist, David Wick, as a recital piece for himself and Music Director JoAnn Faletta, guitar, are both sweepingly lyrical and beautifully evocative short chamber pieces.
Callum Hughes, 10, from Llandaff Cathedral School, joins with choristers from 11 other schools for evensong PICTURE: Matthew
At evensong, he led the prayers at the conclusion of the office.
They attended a choral evensong service at Southwark Cathedral, in London, where the names of all 51 people who died in the disaster were read out.
30pm Evensong & Ceremony of the Boy Bishop' Psalm 15' Stanford in G: Vox dicentis - Naylor' Hymns in order of service' Allegro moderato e serioso (Sonato No 1)
The interior, with its dimly-lit nave and aisles, and light-washed columns, has the majesty of a great cathedral at evensong.
The commemorative evensong at Thorpe--Nelson's birthplace--was addressed by the Bishop of Norwich and music was led by a choir, one third of whose members were Quakers.
In preparation, they had sung evensong in another St.
In Evensong, her sequel to Father Melancholy's Daughter, Gail Godwin continues the story of Margaret, the only daughter of a gifted but severely depressed Episcopal priest.
Godwin's recently published sequel, Evensong, features a more mature Margaret, now married and an ordained Episcopalian priest.
Mewan Very far and faint, but clear, Calling the faithful to evensong Now Whitsuntide was here.