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Although this analysis privileges the text of the motet over its music, Saucier's discussion convinces us that Brassart likely had other chants in the Liege rite, visual representations of Christ, John the Baptist and the Virgin, and even chapels and altars in the Liege cathedral in mind as he worked out the music and text.
En effet, a l'instar de Brassart (1996), nous avons demande a des lecteurs experts adultes de surligner les idees principales des trois textes (avortement, euthanasie et peine de mort).
Brassart, An Associate of Daguerre," Image Journal of Photography of the George Eastman House 3 (March 1954), 18.
Both Brassart and Gabbard are listed as co-debtors on the Chambers Bank debt.
Trevelyan and Scott Brassart (Alyson)--Spirits haunt boys and girls in this collection of spooky stories, many of which contain both chills and laughs.
Margate doubled their lead in the second half through Jean-Michel Sigere, and although Scarborough grabbed a lifeline in when substitute Gary Cohen scored with a header minutes after replacing Olivier Brassart, Margate restored their two-goal advantage with Leon Braithwaite's mis-hit right-foot shot.
But Scarborough, who had Keith Scott sent off six minutes after the re-start, grabbed a point with a 71st minute equaliser from Frenchman Olivier Brassart.
In the 76th minute they went in front as substitute Bimbo Fatokun flicked on a corner from Oliver Brassart and David Holdsworth nodded in despite Craig Norman's attempt to clear.
But four minutes later Olivier Brassart knocked in a free-kick and when Neil Campbell turned the ball across goal, Keith Scott bundled in the equaliser.
We are particularly grateful to Bernard Aizac (GEVES), Regis Brassart (Verneuil Semences), Andre Lambert (SDME-KWS) and Jean-Paul Sampoux (Pau Semences), and to all the people from their and our companies who participated to the experimental work and to the discussions on the project.
Although we may have missed this one for Halloween, if you like scary stories, you may want to check out The Ghost of Carmen Miranda: And Other Spooky Gay and Lesbian Tales (edited by Julie Trevelyan and Scott Brassart, Alyson Books $11.
49-79) brings us to the Marian confraternity of the collegiate church of Our Lady in Tongeren, one of the oldest churches north of the Alps dedicated to the Virgin, whose confraternity, founded in the mid-14th century, included among its membership the composers Johannes Brassart (d 1451), Johannes Fabri (d 1544, who prepared a sanckbuck in the 1520s and 30s), Isbrandus Mathei (d 1573), Nicolaus Geszin (d 1585), and Tilmannus Botton (d after 1623).
Scarborough almost made a sensational start to the second half as Olivier Brassart hit a 35-yard rocket after just 20 seconds but Mark Westhead pulled off a good save.