legends of st. nicholas (pdf if ordered for entire choir )

Catalog ID: S-176
Translation:
First Line:
Composer: anonymous 4
Author: medieval chant & polyphony
Voicing: unison, 2-4 part
Solo:
Accompaniment: a cappella
Language: latin, sacred
Country:
Series: a4
Other: 2002 women, christmas, holiday

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1: intonent hodie (sing out today); 2: exultemus et letemur (let us be glad and rejoice); 3: gaudens in domino (praising the lord); 4: nicholai presulis (the feast of nicholas)

The jolly figure of Santa Claus, symbol of the secular side of Christmas, began with a 4th century Christian saint named Nicholas.  His life and deeds were not recorded until several hundred years after his death, so that separating fact from legend is virtually impossible.  Normal "church Latin" pronunciation is perfectly acceptable.  Much performance information is included in the octavo.

Note: PDFS are sent ONLY when you order and pay for copies for your entire choir.  If you need a single reference copy, it will be sent to you via US Mail. Copies for your entire choir need to be prepaid with a credit card.  Once we receive payment, we will send you the pdf with permission to make the number of purchased copies.



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