Translation for 'canticle' from English to Russian
NOUN   a canticle | canticles
(библейская) песнь {ж}
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Translation for 'canticle' from English to Russian

(библейская) песнь {ж}религ.
Usage Examples English
  • The centerpiece of Luther's Marian views was his 1521 "Commentary on the Magnificat" in which he extolled the magnitude of God's grace toward Mary and her own legacy of Christian instruction and example demonstrated in her canticle of praise.
  • a canticle for Leibowitz (1959). (accessed March 14, 2008).
  • Marbeuf composed a canticle entitled "Parce Domine" which was used in particular for the blessing of the Blessed Sacrament during Lent.
  • The "Magnificat" is a Christian canticle found in the Gospel of Luke.
  • One of the recommended texts for thanksgiving in "My Daily Psalm Book" (1947), arranged by Joseph Frey, CSSP, is the Canticle of the Three Young men, or "Trium Puerorum".

  • The old canticle of the Federal Territories was entirely composed by Datuk Wah Idris, both in 2006.
  • The psalm may be recited as a canticle in the Anglican liturgy of Evening Prayer according to the "Book of Common Prayer" as an alternative to the Magnificat, when it is referred to by its incipit as Cantate Domino.
  • A supplement, "New English Praise", was published in 2006 containing additional liturgical material, canticle settings, psalm settings and plainchant accompaniments.
  • In Catholic tradition, the canticle can also be sung or recited in its complete form as a thanksgiving after Holy Mass.
  • Matelda, anglicized as Matilda in some translations, is a minor character in Dante Alighieri's "Purgatorio", the second canticle of the "Divine Comedy."

  • Obviously in vocal music, besides canticle melodics, figurative and ornamental ones are also encountered, but its performance requires from the singer numerous exercises as the human hearing apparatus is technically confined.
  • It contains the canticle of Simeon, sung by the bass on the eighth psalm tone of Gregorian chant, while a canon is played by all strings in unison and the continuo.
  • and the early Christian canticle [...] derived from it.
  • The [...] (HWV 280) is a canticle Te Deum in D major composed by George Frideric Handel in 1714.
  • The Liturgy of the Hours uses one canticle from the Old Testament each day at Lauds, "each weekday of the four-week cycle [...] its own proper canticle and on Sunday the two sections of the Canticle of the Three Children may be alternated".

  • A number of Canticles have been dedicated to the image of the Virgen del Manzano: number 242, about "El cantero de Castrojeriz", which tells how a master ashlar stone layer was saved by the Virgin on losing his balance and hanging by only a nail.
  • In the Roman Rite, the "Gloria Patri" is frequently chanted or recited in the Liturgy of the Hours principally at the end of psalms and canticles and in the responsories.
  • Arvo Pärt's [...] is a setting of the Latin canticle [...] for mixed choir a cappella, written in 2001. It was published by Universal Edition.
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