canticle


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a hymn derived from the Bible

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For Canticle, Frederick Kiesler designed a series of painted geometric forms that glided smoothly at the touch of the dancers.
2:l-10)--a song sampled generously, shall we say, within Mary's New Testament canticle (Luke 1:46-55).
Blood Canticle is a story to get your heart pumping.
With this haunting verse, the love-struck Husband in Solomon's Canticle ushers in a rapturous evocation of the Beloved's beauty ("un loor lleno de requiebro" in fray Luis' felicitous words).
Yes, those very lunches I thought they did not stop to eat meant not only soup and sandwiches at the local diner but broad-ranging conversations -- recent topics included Latin American syncretic relig ions, Falun Gong, and Ethiopian Jewry, as well as The Catcher in the Rye, The Man Who Died, and A Canticle for Leibowitz.
Her last work to premiere in New York City was Canticle of the Elements, which she set on the Alvin Ailey Dance Company in 1974.
Gently criticizing his audience, Origen decides to examine only small bits of Deborah's canticle (Judg 5), in the hope of bringing some consolation to his fellow Christians and to prepare them to sing themselves this canticle that challenges them into discerning and putting into practice their commitment to Jesus Christ.
The word that concludes each canticle is stelle, stars: a glimmering diminuendo in which the sound softens from fricative to glottal to mere breath.
The CD also includes Shadows, which pays homage to the tradition of lute song, and Wedding Canticle, a setting of Psalm 128.
A host of artists are taking part and performances include, guitarist and singer Johnny Dickinson at Kielder Castle; Canticle, a vocal octet, at Kielder Skyspace artwork and Pete Scott at an open air venue at Otterburn Tower.
He then suggests that Origen picked up this interpretation of the Canticle and developed it in his own theory of martyrdom, whose function was to bring the soul to perfect love of God.
The canticle was from a shopping list and other papers found in a shelter that survived some atomic war.
Critique: Impressively well written, organized and presented, "Temptations Behind Stained Glass: A Canticle of Desires and Redemptions" by Richard Crangle is a thoroughly absorbing and ultimately rewarding read that is strongly recommended for inclusion for personal reading lists, as well as community and academic library collections.
The encyclical's title refers to the Canticle of the Sun, St.
Festival screenings of Khleifi's notable films included Fertile Memory (1980) Ma'loul Celebrates its Destruction (1985) Canticle of the Stones (1990) and his Palestinian road trip film Route 181: Fragments of a Journey in Palestine-Israel (2003), in collaboration with Eyal Sivan.