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III Sanctus - Philomela - Philomela In Dreams (CD, Album)

02.10.2012 / / Rock

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  4. Ðæt wæs swíðe heálíc nama ðæt Sanctus Johannes engel wæs nemned, , Ðam is tó naman nemned Drihten Dominus nomen est ei, Ps. Th. 67, 4. III.
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  6. Melodia Women's Choir: Twilight in the Garden of Dreams. Review: "Twilight" is another beautiful, recording of a live concert with a classical, romantic theme by Melodia Women's Choir of New York City. Since its founding in by Executive Director Jenny Clark and Conductor Cynthia Powell, strong Melodia's reputation and stature on the NYC Choral scene has been steadily rising.
  7. Philomela Female Choir: Midnight Christmas. Review: Renowned for its versatility, Philomela has, ever since it was formed in , adopted an innovative approach to choral expression under its conductor Marjukka Riihimaki. Its many awards have included the Grand Prix in the Chorus Review of Tampere Vocal Music Festival, and in recent years it.
  8. 3. English Period (). a. Legend of Good Women (c. , and at various times). Series of nine 'legends' (Cleopatra, Thisbe, Dido, Hypsipyle and Medea, Lucretia, Ariadne, Philomela, Phyllis, Hypermnestra), in- troduced by a Prologue based upon French love allegory. b. The Canterbury Tales. (See Outline X.) III. PROSE WORKS OF CHAUCER. i.

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