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The Laudes Regiae, or song commending a ruler, that was performed at Matilda's coronation may have been composed by Ealdred himself for the occasion.
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Laudes and Regiae
The historian Michael Lapidge suggests that the Laudes Regiae, which are included in Cotton Vitellius E xii, might have been composed by Ealdred, or a member of his household.
Laudes and song
The Canticle of the Sun, also known as the Laudes Creaturarum ( Praise of the Creatures ), is a religious song composed by Saint Francis of Assisi.
Laudes and was
In 60 AD, he won a prize for extemporizing Orpheus and Laudes Neronis at the quinquennial Neronia, and was again rewarded when the emperor appointed him to the augurate.
Laudes and by
Perhaps the most famous passage of the poem, the Laudes Italiae or Praises of Italy, is introduced by way of a comparison with foreign marvels: despite all of those, no land is as praiseworthy as Italy.
There is evidence that a kind of literature already existed before the 13th century: The Ritmo cassinese, Ritmo di Sant ' Alessio, Laudes creaturarum, Ritmo lucchese, Ritmo laurenziano, Ritmo bellunese are classified by Cesare Segre, et al.
Laudes and .
Cassiodorus the courtier and magister of Theodoric the Great and his successors, left a book of panegyrics, his Laudes.
A famous example is Christ lag in Todes Banden, which is based on the tune of the Catholic Easter Sequence Victimae Paschali Laudes.
Voragine is relevant to mariology in light of his numerous Marian sermons, Sermones de sanctis per circulum anni feliciter and his Laudes Beatae Mariae Virginis.
The Divine Praises or Laudes Divinae informally known as Blessed be God is an 18th-century Roman Catholic expiatory prayer.
Laudes Matutinae ; Matutini hymni are also found in various ancient authors as synonymous with Lauds.
St. Benedict also employs this term to designate the last three psalms ; post haec the canticle sequantur Laudes ( Regula, cap.
In the ancient authors, however, from the 4th century to the 6th or 7th century, the names Matutinum, Laudes matutinae, or Matutini hymni, are used to designate the office of daybreak or dawn, the Office of Matins retaining its name of Vigils.
Finally, the last three psalms, " Laudate Dominum de coelis ", " Cantate Domino canticum novum ", and " Laudate Dominum in sanctis ejus " ( Psalms 148-150, i. e. the " Laudes "), are recited every day without exception.
The Greek office corresponding to that of Lauds is the orthos, which also signifies " morning "; its composition is different, but it nevertheless retains a few elements of the Western Lauds — notably the canticles and the three Laudate psalms, 148 — 150, which in the Greek Liturgy bear the name Ainoi or Praises, corresponding to the Latin word Laudes.
In a highly influential article Anderson debunked this view, and it is now generally believed that there were not Laudes Galli and that the Orpheus episode is original.
Regiae and was
Sabrinae corolla in hortulis Regiae scholae salopiensis contextuerunt tres viri floribus legendis was a collection of Latin verse by members of the school which first appeared in 1850 ( the publisher was George Bell, London ).
* Papirius, pontifex in 509 BC, was the author of a supposed collection of Leges Regiae, referred to as the Ius Papirianum.
Regiae and by
Some of his letters are given by Johannes Iriarte in the Regiae Bibliothecae Matritensis codices Graeci manuscripti ( Madrid, 1769 ).
Regiae and .
Extensive chronicles, of which the Chronicle of Dalimil and Chronicon Aulae Regiae ( the Zbraslav Chronicle ) are the most striking examples, and artistic prose ( e. g. Smil Flaška z Pardubic and Johannes von Saaz ) were also written.
The Senatus is the next highest level, and it generally has control over the Regiae in a very large area, usually a country or very large territory.
song and commending
Carey's actions were given mixed reception, with critics and executives both commending her bold actions towards a song she felt needed to be heard, while others criticized her for publicizing the scandal further.
" He also compared the song to Ciara's " Goodies " and Kelis's " Milkshake ", commending the aforementioned single for presenting " greater wit and self awareness " than " My Humps ".
song and ruler
* The name Tapio appears in Finnish metal band Nightwish's song Elvenpath, referenced as " bear-king, ruler of the forest.
: In England, Haydn came to know the favourite British national anthem, ' God Save the King ', and he envied the British nation for a song through which it could, at festive occasions, show in full measure its respect, love, and devotion to its ruler.
As the legend goes, Prince Popiel ІІ was a cruel and corrupt ruler who cared only for wine, women, and song.
song and was
Each song or ditty was prefaced by an author's note which indicated the origin and meaning of the song as well as special interest the song had, musical arrangement, and most of the chorus and verses.
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
The song, he said, was called `` The Stream's Lullaby '', and when he sang, `` Gute ruh, Gute ruh, Mach't die augen zu, '' there was such longing and such simple sadness that it frightened me.
With shout and slow dance, with tears and song, with scream and contortion, the corner group was beset by hysteria and shivering, wailing, shouting, possession of something that seemed like an alien and outside force.
There was one of the new forte-pianos in the room and, as Claire rose to go, he asked her to sing him one song before she left.
To help him on this religious aspect of primitive jazz he had `` Big '' Miller, as a preacher-singer and Hannah Dean, Gospel-singer, while Oscar Brown Jr., an extremely talented young man, did a slave auctioneer's call, a field-hands' work song, and a beautifully sung Negro lullaby, `` Brown Baby '', which was one of the truly moving moments of the festival.
( Still another song in `` Strike Up The Band '' -- `` I've Got A Crush On You '' -- was retrieved from a 1928 failure, `` Treasure Girl ''.
and the incisive style with which Charlotte Rae delivers the top-drawer Hart lyrics of `` I Blush '', a song that was cut from `` A Connecticut Yankee ''.
it was the theme song of millions of American people, their personal problems no less urgent than those of the government.
Ward died in 1903, not knowing the national stature his music would attain, as the music was only first applied to the song in 1904.
At various times in the more than 100 years that have elapsed since the song was written, particularly during the John F. Kennedy administration, there have been efforts to give " America the Beautiful " legal status either as a national hymn, or as a national anthem equal to, or in place of, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", but so far this has not succeeded.
Popularity of the song increased greatly following the September 11, 2001 attacks ; at some sporting events it was sung in addition to the traditional singing of the national anthem.
He also performed the song on Red Sox opening day at Fenway Park in 2003, though the game was eventually rained out.
A tradition at one time observed on this day in England was to leave out soul cakes and sing a song for the dead.
The song " The Raven " featured lead vocals by the actor Leonard Whiting, and, according to the 2007 remastered album liner notes, was the first rock song to use a digital vocoder, with Alan Parsons speaking lyrics through it.