4 edition of Dictionary of Western church music found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-229) and index.
|Statement||by David Poultney.|
|LC Classifications||ML102.C5 P77 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||91012325|
Sometimes it is made in two layers symbolizing the two natures of Christ Human and Divine. An individual who accepted the monastic life, undergoing a period of probation in preparation for taking his vows. During the 19th century the gospel-song genre spread rapidly in Protestantism and, to a lesser but still definite extent, in Catholicism. Palm Sunday. Lord's Prayer. One approach, the regulative principle of worshipfavoured by many Zwinglians, Calvinists and other radical reformers, considered anything that was not directly authorised by the Bible to be a novel and Catholic introduction to worship, which was to be rejected.
The other Reformation approach, favoured by Martin Lutherproduced a burst of hymn writing and congregational singing. He was born in England. The Service of the preparation of the elements of bread and wine before the Liturgy. Episkopos, Archiereas.
A bishop must be ordained by at least three other bishops and is considered a successor of the Apostles. The tradition of the Orthodox people is to celebrate one's name-day instead of a birthday. Monachos; fem. This referenced missing all nine pins in bowling. They refer to the world in general, peace, leadership, and those in need. A hymn of praise comprising twenty-four stanzas and sung at the Salutation Services, dedicated to Virgin Mary Theotokos.
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Liturgical book which contains instructions about the order of the various church services and ceremonies in the form of a perpetual calendar.
When the creed is read, the priest shakes it over the chalice, symbolizing the descent of the Holy Spirit. First published init is a successor to the five-volume "Dictionary of Music and Musicians" edited by Sir George Grove in Great offenses against God, or moral faults which, if habitual, could result in the spiritual death of the individual.
The altar bread which is leavened and prepared with pure wheat flour to be used for the Eucharist. Arkansas Toothpick — A long, sharp knife. One approach, the regulative principle of worshipfavoured by many Zwinglians, Calvinists and some radical reformers, considered anything that was not directly authorised by the Bible to be a novel and Catholic introduction to worship, which was to be rejected.
Acock — Knocked over, defeated, astounded, suddenly surprised. StanleyElise Stevensonand a mixed quartet in Musical settings of the Requiem mass have a long tradition in Western music. Every one of the first edition's 22, articles has been reviewed and revised, with thousands of articles expanded.
John 4: Amputate Your Timber, or mahogany — Go way, run off. Anachoritis, "a departurer". It is the Constitution of the Orthodox Church.
Across Lots — The fastest way possible, in the most expeditious manner. The members of some monasteries live alone in solitude anchorites.
Feast of love; the common meal of fellowship eaten in gatherings of the early Christians 1 Cor. The center of Orthodox monasticism, situated on a conical mountain on the Chakidi Peninsula, Greece. Cyril and Methodios for their missionary work in the Church.
New features include: being revised throughout; new biographies, topics, 20th-century composers and 20th-century performers; world music; jazz, rock, popular and light music; and instruments and their history. The highest prelate in the Orthodox Church.
However, there is no reason to suppose that, at this time, these tuning patterns stood in any straightforward and organised relations to one another. A sacred vessel having two arched metal bands held together in such a fashion as to form the shape of a cross.
A feast celebrated fifty days after Easter, commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit onto the disciples of Christ. A side altar attached to a larger church or a small building or room built exclusively or arranged for the worship of God.
An oblong or rhomboidal vestment approx. Annex — To steal. Besides Lent, the Orthodox Church has assigned a number of other fasting periods see abstinence.
Unlike the Roman Church, Orthodoxy permits a clergyman to be married; however, his marriage must occur before his ordination to be a deacon or presbyter. The sections of the proper of the mass include the introitgradualAlleluia or Tract depending on the time of yearoffertory and communion.
This was known as exclusive psalmody. Some of the books of the Bible not accepted by all denominations of Christians as true and divinely inspired. The transfiguration of Christ is a major feast day August 6 commemorating the appearance of Christ in divine glory along with Moses and the prophet Elias on Mount Tabor cf.
Air Line Road — A railroad track when it passes over the level unbroken prairie.His philosophy-based book was written as an apology for western Christianity quite simply because he lived in a geographic region loyal to the bishop of Rome.
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