Synonyms for cantemus or Related words with cantemus
Examples of "cantemus"
Other musical groups include the Canterbury Singers (also founded in 1953),
, and the City of Canterbury Chamber Choir.
Little is known of Cú Chuimne. He is credited with composing the hymn "
in omni die." Yet he was well enough known among his contemporaries to inspire the following verses:
The classes range from Grade 9 Beginner Vocal to Senior Vocal. There is a
Choir at Harbord that sings for events inside and outside of Harbord. The choir has participated at the Kiwanis Festival multiple times.
The choir participates in many festivals and competitions both in Lithuania and abroad. It is a constant participant of Lithuanian Song and Dance Celebration, festivals "Sodauto", "Mes Lietuvos vaikai" (translation: "We Are the Children of Lithuania"), "Dainų Mozaika" (translation: "Mosaic of Songs"), "
". Choir "Ugnelė" travels all around the world, aside from many countries in Europe, it has been to Turkey and South Korea.
is an active participant in the Church Choir Festivals in Marijampolė and Šiauliai, the vocal jazz festival in Panevėžys, the festival of modern Jewish music, the concerts of the music of Jeronimas Kačinskas, and many other musical events in Lithuania.
Originally trained as a medical doctor, Busto taught himself music, but was initiated to choir direction by Erwin List. In 1995, he founded Kanta
Korua, a choir composed of women in their middle to late teens. In 1978 he founded the Eskifaia Choir in Hondarribia.
Gregoriana has worked with imams, chazans and other representatives of several religions, as well as musicians from several musical traditions; classical, improvised and folkloristic. Gregoriana has released eight CDs, including two in collaboration with the Egidius Kwartet. Additionally Gregoriana has published five books, including "Calculemus et
" about the lost Mozarabic tradition.
The work was first published in 1995 by the Sveriges Körförbunds Förlag, Stockholm. It is available as a single copy or in the collection "
3". It is published for the U.S. by Walton Music as "Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming / Es ist ein Ros entsprungen".
There are a large number of music ensembles and groups at Benenden, ranging from the flagship Chamber Choir and Concert Band to the elite choir
, numerous string and wind groups to a folk club. Benenden is home to the Hemsted Forest Youth Orchestra (HFYO) the school's symphony orchestra which welcomes players from local schools as well as Benenden.
is a Lithuanian chamber choir. It was founded in 1986 in Vilnius, Lithuania. Its first concert was held that same year on December 31 at St. Casimir's Church. In a short time the choir became winner of many competitions and was awarded the title of an "Exemplary Choir".
Jane Ring Frank (born 1960 in Los Angeles, California) is a female American Choral Conductor who leads music publisher E.C. Schirmer's Philovox Recording Chorus. She founded the Boston Secession, which is a professional chorus, in 1996, and was the Artistic Director until they disbanded in 2009. She was named Music Director of the
Chamber Chorus (Essex County, MA) in 2011.
The premiere of the musical based on Schönwerth’s tale "Das Fliegende Kästchen" (The Flying Trunk) was given on 7 July 2013 in Regensburg. The idea and libretto were by Eichenseer, the music by Mathias Wehr; the work was performed by the
Choir of Regensburg and conducted by Matthias Schlier, and was directed by Gregor Turecek. It was part of the Schaulust Festival Junges Theater Regensburg.
The classes include the Grade 9 Beginner Strings, the Junior Strings and the Senior Strings. Instruments available for strings at Harbord include: violin, viola, cello and bass. Harbord's String Quartet won First Prize at last year's Kiwanis Festival. The Chamber Orchestra has performed at other venues such as Massey Hall, and George Weston Hall. The Strings Chamber Orchestra plays at school events such as the Awards Assembly, Feeder School Concert and Senior Concert, and accompanies the
The Turin Fragment is a manuscript of the 7th century in the Turin Library. Mayer considers the fragment to have been written at Bobbio. It consists of six leaves and contains the canticles, ""
Domino", "Benedicite"," and ""Te Deum"", with collects to follow those and the "Laudate" psalms (cxlvii-cl) and the ""Benedictus"", the text of which is not given, two hymns with collects to follow them, and two other prayers.
His favorite period is Baroque, describing it as “when rhetoric in music as well as in speaking was prized, and musicians ‘spoke’ with their instruments.” He has been described by Howard Arman as one of the few composers of music for Baroque instruments today. His motets have been performed by Cantissimo Ensemble and
Lugano. He has won numerous composition awards, including from ORF (broadcaster) and the publisher Barenreiter.
In 2012, Korus joined three international competitions and triumphed in all of them. At the Festival Internacional de Musica de Cantonigros in Catalonia, Spain, Korus won First Prize in the Folk Category and Second Prize in the Mixed Category. Korus also won the Gold Diploma and Audience Prize at the 9th
International Festival in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary, and was chosen as one of the six best choirs at the prestigious IV International Harald Andersen Chamber Choir Competition in Helsinki, Finland—making the UP Concert Chorus the first Asian choir to ever make it that far.
Linn-Mar has an exemplary performing arts program. The music department (band, choir, and orchestra) has been listed as a Grammy Signature School twice, once in 2006 and again in 2009. Linn-Mar offers various extracurricular music programs, including: five performing choir ensembles (Ninth Grade Choir, Bella Voce,
, Chamber Singers, and Concert Chorale), three orchestra ensembles (Symphony Strings, Concert Orchestra, and Chamber Orchestra), four concert bands, five jazz bands (Colton Center Jazz Ensemble, Jazz I, Studio Band, Stage Band, and Jazz Lab Band), and the over 200 member voluteer LM Marching Lions.
The Ambrosian distribution of the Psalter is partly fortnightly and partly weekly. Psalms 1 to 108 are divided into ten decuriæ, one of which, in its numerical order, divided into three Nocturns, is recited at Matins on the Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays of each fortnight, each Nocturn being said under one antiphon. At the Matins of Sunday and Solemnitates Domini and on Feriæ in Easter and Pentecost weeks and the octave of Corpus Christi, there are no psalms, but three Old Testament canticles, Isaias 26, "De nocte vigilatâ"; the Canticle of Anna (1 Kings 2), "Confirmatum est"; and the Canticle of Jonas, "Clamavi ad Dominum", or of Habacuc, "Domine audivi". And on Saturdays the Canticle of Moses (Exod. 15), "
Domino", and half of Psalm 118 take the place of Decuriæ at the three Nocturns.
On November 11, 2005, a Remembrance Day ceremony took place at Harbord. With the donations from the W. Garfield Weston Foundation and many other corporate sponsors and individuals, the rededication of the 1921 World War I monument back to its original splendor was held. The master of ceremony was Syd Moscoe while addresses were given by President of George Weston Ltd. Galen Weston, former Minister of Defence Barney Danson, Canadian Armed Services Chief of Land Staff Lieutenant-General Marc Caron, and Chairperson of the TDSB Sheila Ward. Harbord's Jazz Band played a piece written by band teacher Mr. Alberts, called "On Remembrance Day". The
Choir also performed and poems written by students Kevin Tung and Michael Lee were read. The ceremony ended with a picture that was taken of the students, teachers, alumni and neighbours in front of the school.
Professor de Quadros is the conductor of the Manado State University Choir (Indonesia) with which he toured France, Sweden and Poland in 2010 winning a first prize at the Warsaw International Competition. He is a member of the Scientific Board of the International Network for Singing Hospitals, an advisor on the Board of the International Federation for Choral Music, a member of the Editorial Board of the peer-reviewed journal, Arts and Health, and a member of the steering committee of Conductors Without Borders. He is currently editing the "Cambridge Companion to Choral Music" for Cambridge University Press, is co-editor of "Tanglewood II: Summoning the Future of Music Education" to be published by GIA Press, and lead author of Choral Music in Global Perspective to be published by Routledge. He is general editor of the "Carmina Mundi" series of Carus-Verlag, and editor of "
", "Salamu Aleikum Choral Music of the Muslim World", and "Music of Asia and the Pacific" published by earthsongs (USA) and Songs of the World published by Hinshaw Music (USA).
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