Synonyms for sanctissimae or Related words with sanctissimae

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Examples of "sanctissimae"
"Etienne de Liège. In festo sanctissimae trinitatis". Psallentes. RIC 249
It is the seat of the metropolitan archdiocese of Asuncion (Latin: "Archidioecesis Sanctissimae Assumptionis")
Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis (The Holiest Trinity Mass) in A minor, ZWV 17, is the vocal-instrumental sacred work, written by Czech baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka. It was completed in 1736 as the first of five "High Mass" compositions he wrote in the last ten years of his life (Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis, Missa Votiva - 1740, Missa Dei Patris - 1740, Missa Dei Filii - 1741 and Missa Omnium Sanctorum - 1741). Last three were also called "Missae ultimae" (Last Masses).
The church began as a chapel in 1947 and was inaugurated and blessed in February 1948, follows the Roman or Latin Rite and is in the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Hamilton in Bermuda ("Dioecesis Hamiltonensis in Bermuda"), and was raised to its current status by Pope Paul VI in 1967 by the papal bull ""Sanctissimae Christi"".
"Munire digneris me, Domine Jesu Christe, ab omnibus insidiis inimicorum omnium, signo sanctissimae Crucis tuae: ac concedere digneris mihi indigno servo tuo, ut sicut hanc Crucem, Sanctorum tuorum reliquiis refertam, ante pectus meum teneo, sic semper mente retineam at memoriam passionis, et sanctorum victorias Martyrum."
The Missa in honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis in C major, K. 167, is a mass composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in June 1773. It is scored for SATB choir, violin I and II, 2 oboes, 2 clarini (high trumpets), 2 trumpets, timpani and basso continuo.
Dresden Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Dresden, previously the Catholic Church of the Royal Court of Saxony, called in German Katholische Hofkirche and since 1980 also known as Kathedrale Sanctissimae Trinitatis, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Dresden.
"Munire digneris me, Domine Jesu Christe, ab omnibus insidiis inimicorum omnium, signo sanctissimae Crucis tuae: ac concedere digneris mihi indigno servo tuo, ut sicut hanc Crucem, Sanctorum tuorum reliquiis refertam, ante pectus meum teneo, sic semper mente retineam at memoriam passionis, et sanctorum victorias Martyrum."
The Daughters of Our Lady of the Garden (Italian: "Figlie di Maria Santissima dell'Orto"; Latin: "Congregatio Filiarum Mariae Sanctissimae ab Horto"; abbreviation: "F.M.H.") is a religious institute of pontifical right whose members profess public vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience and follow the evangelical way of life in common.
Founded as the Bishopric of Meissen () in 968, it was dissolved in 1539 during the Protestant Reformation. The diocese was reestablished in 1921 and renamed Dresden-Meissen in 1980. Today its central church is Dresden Cathedral, the former Catholic Church of the Court of Saxony "Sanctissimae Trinitatis" built from 1739 until 1755 under Elector Frederick Augustus II, and its patron saint is Benno of Meissen.
More than half of Zelenka's works have now been recorded, mostly in the Czech Republic and Germany. Such recordings include the masses "Missa Purificationis", "Missa Sanctissimae trinitatis", "Missa votiva", "Missa Sancti Josephi", and his secular works "Sub olea pacis" and "Il Diamante", mostly performed by new Czech ensembles using original instruments and interpretational techniques of the Baroque era - above all Musica Florea, Collegium 1704, Ensemble Inégal, and Capella Regia Musicalis.
The Hofkirche was the church of the royal household. Augustus the Strong, who desired to be King of Poland, converted to Catholicism, as Polish kings had to be Catholic. At that time Dresden was strictly Protestant. Augustus the Strong ordered the building of the Hofkirche, the Roman Catholic Cathedral, to establish a sign of Roman Catholic religious importance in Dresden. The church is the cathedral "Sanctissimae Trinitatis" since 1980. The crypt of the Wettin Dynasty is located within the church. King Augustus III of Poland is buried in the Cathedral, as one of very few Polish Kings to be buried outside the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków.
The Hofkirche was the church of the royal household. August the Strong, who wanted to become King of Poland, was forced to convert to the Catholic religion, as the Polish king had to be Catholic. At that time Dresden was strictly Protestant. August the Strong ordered the building of the Hofkirche (1739 to 1755) to establish a sign of religious importance in Dresden. The church is the cathedral "Sanctissimae Trinitatis" since 1980. The staggered facade is completed by two balustrades that are decorated width 74 statues of saints. The church hosts the crypt of the Wettin Dynasty.
Musica Florea enjoyed soon its first notable success, including a performance and recording of Jan Dismas Zelenka's "Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis", which received an award from the music magazine "Diapason" in 1995. A recording of Johann Sebastian Bach's arias from cantatas and oratoria with Czech mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená received Czech music award Golden Harmony in 1997. For the time being, the most success of the ensemble was Cannes Classical Award for the recording of Zelenka's melodrama in 2003. Both Zelenka's works are world premiere recordings.
Eibenová is a participant in Matteo Messori's project "Heinrich Schütz Edition", a recording of the complete works by Heinrich Schütz with the Cappella Augustana. With the Ensemble Inégal, she has recorded works by Jan Dismas Zelenka, in 2011 his "Missa Omnium Sanctorum", with Kai Wessell, Jan Kobow, and basses Marián Krejčík and Tomáš Král. A 2012 recording of his "Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis" and "Gaude laetare" with the Ensemble Inégal and the Prague Baroque Soloists, conducted by , with soloists Carlos Mena, Makoto Sakurada and Lisandro Abadie, was critically acclaimed. In 2014, a premiere recording of his "Missa Paschalis", ZWV 7, and "Litaniae omnium Sactorum" was performed with the same ensembles and soloists Terry Wey, Cyril Auvity and Marián Krejčík.
The church has two clock towers, each 45 m high. There are three narrow vertical windows above the entrance, meant to help illuminate the interior. The main door is surrounded by rich ornamentation; above it there is a bas-relief of the Trinity with the Latin inscription "Honori Sanctissimae Trinitatis" ("In Honour of the Most Holy Trinity"). There are two smaller doors to the left and the right of this one; above each of them is a sculpture of a saint resting in a niche – Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, works of the Bavarian artist Johannes König. Previously, statues of saints John of Nepomuk and Aloysius Gonzaga, also by König, stood near the side entrances.
He was still a student when he established the ensemble Musica Florea in 1992. In 1994 he conducted a recording of Jan Dismas Zelenka’s "Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis" for Studio Matouš and conducted this work at Prague’s Spring Music Festival a year later. Also in 1995, he conducted another celebrated work by Zelenka, Sub olea pacis et palma virtutis, at the St. Wenceslas Festival in Prague. Working with Musica Florea he restores to life the works of forgotten composers, especially from the Czech Baroque and Classical periods. He is responsible for programming the ensemble’s regular concert series in Prague and in other regions of the Czech Republic, and has initiated the unique theatre project of transportable Baroque stage called Florea Theatrum. He performs on the cello both as a soloist and in chamber works, and also occasionally composes. He has appeared in prestigious festivals such as the Prague Spring International Music Festival, Rezonanzen in Vienna, the Festival van Vlaanderen in Brugge, the Tage alter Musik in Sopron, , Strings of Autumn, and Concentus Moraviae. He has made dozens of compact disc recordings, many of which have received top awards: Diapason in 1994, Zlatá Harmonie in 1997, and a Cannes Classical Award in 2003. Nor does he avoid alternative projects - e.g. a recording of symphonic music played on period instruments (works by Antonín Dvořák (2009) and contemporary compositions with the singer Iva Bittová (Vladimír Godár).