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the first canonical hour

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It is also incorrect that Alonso Lobo's motet Credo quod redemptor is headed by an inscription in the 1602 volume indicating that it was sung at Matins of the Dead: the work is simply headed 'pro defunctis', and its text is drawn from the relevant Matins responsory but omitting the verse.
On Christmas Eve, we would have Christmas Matins, evening prayer that functioned as a vigil for the Mass we would celebrate in the morning.
His Choir can perform anything with equal fidelity, from Morten Lauridsen's setting of the Christmas Matins chant O Magnum Mysterium to the deliciously overblown Victorian parlour ballad The Star of Bethlehem.
Les matins elle ecrit, et le soir elle vient nous voir a travers son emission: "Hona al Assema .
Prior to the parade of scouts at 2pm on Sunday 21 April, Kate joined the senior scouts, who assembled in St George's Chapel at 11am for a Matins service.
A crowd of well-wishers gathered outside St George's Chapel to see the royals as they arrived for the Matins service on a cold March morning.
New girl choristers Flora Halford-MacLeod, Rebecca Dover, Carly Jackson, and Daisy Bradshaw are being admitted to the choir at Matins on Sunday, October 2.
As entry level staff accountant positions, Jeff Gatarz joins the firm from the University Of Delaware, Laura Zindel from Ramapo College, John Dutcher from Marist College, Rosa Matins from Rutgers University, Katelyn Blose from The College of New Jersey, Lauren Schmitz from Ramapo College, Caitlin Guzzi from Monmouth University, Scan Fallon from Marist College, and Jim Gerhard from Seton Hall University.
In 1992, he won two Cesar French film awards for best film and best director for a box-office hit about a 17th century viola player, "Tous Les Matins Du Monde.
And my brother could've said a prayer for me during matins.
Then on Christmas Day, the girls will sing Matins at 10am at the cathedral.
Best known for his novel Tous les matins du monde (2991; Eng.
The tumult of the second movement - St Michael expelling the devil from heaven - and the ponderous, introspective third movement depicting the matins of St Clare showed Respighi at his best.
Specific topics include tropes and the concept of genre, the nature of transmission and change in trope repertories, tropes and versus from Aquitaine during the 11th and 12th centuries, the shaping of a trope repertory at Saint Gall, a thematic study on tropes from different traditions, and melismatic tropes in the responsories for Matins.
His first published work, "Prvi put s ocem na jutrenje" ("To Matins with Father for the First Time," 1879), was immediately recognized as a great story.