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Canticles

A song or chant, especially a nonmetrical hymn with words taken from a biblical text other than from the Book of Psalms. 2. Canticles Bible The Song of Songs.

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Four Lucan Canticles
8/21/2008. 3. Four Lucan Canticles.
Canticles and Psalter
In the Sunday and weekday office, psalms, canticles, and antiphons are of the current psalter, unless otherwise noted.
An ancient love poem: the Book of Canticles
Songs and Canticles in A4, Book 6
Book 6 - Songs and Canticles. The Lord's Prayer. (888888).
Gendered and Ungendered Readings of the Rothschild Canticles1

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Judith Weir: Choral Music – review
Weir's latest choral work, the Canticles for Evensong, will be premiered by the Choir of St John's College, Cambridge in October. There are no comments yet for this article. In order to post a comment you need to be registered and signed in.
ED2011 Music Review: Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs (Old Saint Pauls' Music)
Performing a range of hymns, canticles and anthems, the choir filled the church with their mighty sound, from roaring bass to piercing soprano.
Christian sect holds annual gathering in Mexico
With canticles and praises, the pilgrims listened to the sermon by the man they consider to be the apostle of Christ, Pastor Flores, who this year did not make his way around the church since he is recovering from surgery.
Pursuit of transcendence
The second is a series of 'canticles' drawn by Biancamaria Stanzini Ghedini out of the letters of Catherine of Siena, patron saint of Europe.
Singing the Reformation

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Canticle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A canticle (from the Latin canticulum, a diminutive of canticum, song) is a hymn ( strictly excluding the Psalms) taken from the Bible.
Song of Songs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Canticle (disambiguation).
Canticles - definition of Canticles by the Free Online Dictionary
A song or chant, especially a nonmetrical hymn with words taken from a biblical text other than from the Book of Psalms. 2. Canticles Bible The Song of Songs.
Canticles (Song of Solomon), from The holy Bible, King James version
Bible, King James. Canticles (Song of Solomon), from The holy Bible, King James version.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Canticle of Canticles
One of three books of Solomon, contained in the Hebrew, the Greek, and the Christian Canon of the Scriptures.

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