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Synonyms for antiphon

a verse or song to be chanted or sung in response

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Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood shall live in me and I in him" (59) underlies the chapter and is both the communion antiphon for Corpus Christi and the canticle antiphon at Pentecost.
There was a sense of apprehension to begin with about how fans would react to the music without Tim but after playing some dates this summer including a scattering in Ireland, Eric and the rest of the band are happy that Antiphon will be accepted in the spirit it is meant.
There are sonnets written in response to the seven Great O Antiphons, sonnets concerned with Christmastide, Epiphany, Holy Week, the Stations of the Cross, and other significant events on the church calendar.
And for good measure, the choir was also awarded The Huddersfield Centenary Trophy for the best performed music of the day in singing Antiphon.
A speech, titled [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], written by Antiphon the orator, is possibly connected with Laispodias' activities as travelling commissioner, appointed by the Athenian state, presumably to ensure that tax contributions were duly paid and confederate regulations and obligations well observed.
Among the topics are the University of Sydney Fisher Rare Book additional manuscript 327, the Cantum ecclesiasticum of Filipe de Magalhaes, Tomas Luis de Victoria's Marian antiphon settings, Judith's Song: creating the warrior priestess, and Luys de Narvaez and the intabulation tradition of Josquin's Mille regretz.
The Elba student section's curiously Horace Mann-like chant of "Public Schools" was met, and overpowered, by the Fighting Irish's antiphon of "SAT Scores.
Antiphon is often criticized for confusing two distinct species of responsibility, causal and moral.
The Swedish company Antiphon has introduced a totally new product for structure borne sound damping; antiphon MPM (metal-polymer-metal) foiled, a sheet metal laminate with a thin foil on one side.
That promise is celebrated, in each act, with a musical antiphon printed in both Latin and English.
First song Antiphon starts the album with the comforting sound of rain on a roof but a sprinkle of piano, the swirl of a high hat, backward loops and the boom of drums bring you into sunlight.
In other essays, she examines the use and meaning of the Marian antiphon, Alma Redemptoris Mater, in Chaucer's Prioress's Tale, including a transcription of the Sarum version for this chant, and in another provides a short, technical study of Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina's compositional style.
To fully appreciate Lincoln's formal orations, one would do well to have studied Demosthenes, Lysias, and Antiphon, but his phrases--from "four score and seven years ago" to "fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray"--have an immediately accessible power to them.
124-25) traces its wording to several passages of Revelation and notes how the antiphon relates the hymn to the Eucharistic banquet of which it is a part.