schola cantorum


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a school that is part of a cathedral or monastery where boys with singing ability can receive a general education

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My understanding is that Schola Cantorum, as a name, was felt to be easier to pronounce than the original, and more representative of the great tradition of European singing schools.
The singers were joined by three other choral groups - the Irish choir Anuna, the Schola Cantorum of St Peter's Cathedral and Cappella Caeciliana, a Belfastbased chamber choir.
Asi, las Hijas de Maria participaban asiduamente en los coros; las voces masculinas se organizaban a su vez en otro tipo de asociaciones parroquiales, desde Circulos de Obreros hasta las Schola Cantorum que se fueron creando sucesivamente desde comienzos de siglo.
They take care of the elderly in the retirement home at their Cambridge site, but they also visit all the schools in the area, do sacramental preparation, teach catechetics, offer musical education through their Saint Peter Schola Cantorum, give talks, and run youth groups and retreats, especially for young women.
Friederike Heumann studied viola da gamba with Jordi Savall and Paolo Pandolfo at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, completing her musical education with a solo diploma in Early Music Performance.
For students and scholars, Woldu (music, Trinity College) offers the first publication of an English translation of composer Vincent d'Indy's multi-volume Cours de composition musicale (1903-1950), drawn from lectures for a course he taught at the Schola Cantorum in Paris.
This lavish presentation of some glorious music also involves the English Baroque Soloists, His Majestys Sagbutts & Cornetts, London Oratory Junior Choir and Schola Cantorum of The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School.
On April 24, Venezuelan choir master Maria Guinand leads her ensemble, Schola Cantorum of Venezuela, in Argentine composer's Osvaldo Golijov's "Pasion segun San Marcos," a theatrical telling of the Passion story that brings together dance and music from across South America.
Donations if desired for Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum c/o Selim Smith & Co 01242 525383.
The audience will also be able to enjoy the vocal ensemble of Riga's Schola Cantorum, "Butterflies for the Sky," chamber orchestra Sinfonetta Riga, baroque orchestra "Collegium Musicum Riga," Riga's Dome boys choir, Contratenor Sergejs Jegers, Estonian baroque ensemble Hortus Musicus, legendary violinist Tatjana Grindenko and more.
The Lituus produced a piercing trumpet-like sound interleaving with the vocals when it was performed by the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (SCB).
Sopranos Joanne Lunn, Sophie Daneman, counter tenor William Towers, tenor James Gilchrist and bass-baritone James Rutherford will join the orchestra and the chorus along with children from the choirs of Tewkesbury Abbey, Schola Cantorum and Dean Close School Chamber Choir.
With: Rusini Sidi, Eko Supriyanto, Astri Kusama Wardani; Joven Camerata de Venezuela; Schola Cantorum de Venezuela.
Barely twenty years old, Selva presented Bach's complete keyboard works in 1904 in seventeen piano recitals at the Schola Cantorum, a feat that she then repeated in subsequent years.
In contrast, an essay by Brian Hart progressively tightens its focus from a single genre to a single work, discussing the revival of the symphony among competing composers from the Conservatoire and the Schola Cantorum as a background for Debussy's work on the "trois esquisses symphoniques" of La Mer (premiered in 1905).