cecilian

cecilian

limbless, wormlike amphibian in the order Apoda.
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The erudite revival of liturgical chant championed by the Monks of Solesmes is well known, but a revival of chant was also underway in German areas, in the Cecilian movement, when Schneider presented Hildegard's "O virga ac diadema" in 1857.
Looking back on what has been presented here, one is struck by the number of persons and the range of artistic expression cited to affirm a Cecilian reality.
Ron's fondness for liturgical music, and his awareness of the current of thought calling for the renewal of musical practice in the Catholic church that had engendered the Cecilian movement in nineteenth century Europe, and which was given encouragement and the force of law by Pope Pius X in 1903, led to his advocacy for a change in the musical regime at St Mary's Cathedral, and later, throughout the archdiocese of Sydney.
Dina Snejdarova deals with one of the remarkable aspects of the "small history" of Czech musical culture in her article on the Cecilian Music Society, probing into one of the forms of everyday musical life of our ancestors and elucidating how their legacy has been linked up to at the present time.
Along with the Cecilian themes of faithfulness, heroic prostitution, and filiation, one can also read: "Caroline's sleeping around has been profitable enough" to Laurent, who benefits from the "scandal of his double life; I could even laud him for using some of the earnings from his love nest for honorable literary undertakings.
On the one hand, he adhered to the ideas of the Cecilian movement in his music written for the church, but on the other hand he felt an affinity to the orchestral sound and compositional techniques of Wagner.
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The charge against them is that they did feloniously kill and slay Gwenllian Llewellyn, Cecilian Hopkins, Margaret Harris and 21 other at Aberavon.
It is clear the author does not side with the late nineteenth-century Cecilian movement that sought to return Catholic Church music to plainchant, Renaissance polyphony, and modern compositions modeled on these.
She was also invited as guest soloist to many churches and chapels all over Teesside and further afield and sang in the Cecilian Glee Society at Middlesbrough, including the Messiah at the town hall just before Christmas every year.
The Cecilian Bank, the wholly owned subsidiary of First Cecilian Bancorp, has agreed to purchase two banking offices of Integra Bank Corporation's wholly owned bank subsidiary, Integra Bank.
18 February 2010 - US banks Integra Bank Corporation (Nasdaq:IBNK) and First Cecilian Bancorp Inc said that the latter's subsidiary Cecilian Bank agreed to acquire offices and loans of Integra's subsidiary Integra Bank NA.