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I will sing praises in your honor. Ave Regina virginum; Hail, Queen of virgins; Coeli terraeque Dominum the Lord of heaven and earth Concipies you shall conceive et paries and bear intacta while yet untouched by man; Salutem hominum; Salvation for mankind; Tu porta coeli facta, You have become the gate of heaven, Medela criminum. Qualiter infringerem How can I break the vow quod firma mente vovi? Omnipotentis Dei. Tibi coelesti nuntio, I say to you, heavenly messenger Tanti secreti conscio, of such a secret, consentiens, et cupiens knowing and longing videre to see performed factum quod audio: what I now hear: Parata sum parere, I am ready to yield myself Dei consilio.

Edi beo thu hevene quene The 12th and 13th centuries saw an extraordinary growth in the cult of the Virgin Mary in western Europe. It was also the age of chivalry. Influenced by both concepts, this poet wrote a religious love poem. He borrowed numerous phrases as well as metrical form from Latin hymns, blending traditions of that religious genre with conventions from secular French poetry, such as ending each stanza in a kind of refrain and declaring himself Mary's knight.

On thee hit is wel eth sene, In you it is easily seen of all wimmen thu havest thet pris. Mi swete levedi, her mi bene My sweet lady, hear my prayer and reu of me yif thi wille is. Thu asteghe so the daigh rewe You ascend like the ray of dawn the deleth from the deorke nicht, That separates the dark night; of the sprong a leome newe Of thee sprang a new light that al this world haveth ilight. That has lit all this world. So fair, so beautiful, so fair, so beautiful, Swete levedi, of me thu reowe Sweet lady, have compassion for me and have merci of thin knicht.

And have mercy on your knight. Sometimes the burdens were quite rousing, which allowed the whole congregation to participate. This carol tells the story of the Annunciation. Song of the Nuns of Chester This anonymous carol and lullaby was a processional sung by the Benedictine nuns of St. Mary-on-the-hill in Chester, England. The plays told religious stories and became a popular form of learning and entertainment among the nuns and their guests.

Qui creavit coelum, Lully, lully, lu. He who created the sky, Lully… Nascitur in stabulo, By, by, by, by. Nova, nova! Ave [the Virgin Mary] is made from Eve. Ecce, ancilla, Domini! Drawn to mystic and religious subjects, he evinces a highly individual style derived from such wide-ranging influences as the music of Olivier Messiaen and chants of the Russian Orthodox Church. He composed The Lamb from seven notes in a single afternoon. The poem is from William Blake's collection entitled Songs of Innocence and of Experience , throughout which the figure of the lamb symbolizes innocence.

Tavener has set the poem simply, using a one-bar melodic phrase repeated almost in litany-fashion, while continually varying the harmonic and chordal textures.

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The effect is one of both tenderness and transcendence. Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee? Gave thee life, and bid thee feed By the stream and o'er the mead; Gave thee clothing of delight, Softest clothing, wooly, bright; Gave thee such a tender voice, Making all the vales rejoice?


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Little lamb, who made thee? He is called by thy name For he calls himself a Lamb. He is meek, and he is mild, He became a little child. I, a child, and thou, a lamb, We are called by his name. Little Lamb, God bless thee! In this piece, Angelica has combined two songs based on the same melody. The German hymn, taken from the Katholische Geistliche Gesangbuch, or Catholic Sacred Songbook Andernach, , indicates that this traditional hymn was universally known. Between the second and third verse we have added the Italian version of the same melody, which is a 13th-century traditional Umbrian hymn from a collection of popular songs.

Maria durch ein' Dornwald ging Mary walked through a thorny forest, Kyrie eleison! Lord have mercy! Maria durch ein' Dornwald ging, Mary walked through a thorny forest, der hatte in sieb'n Jahr'n which hadn't had leaves kein Laub getrag'n for seven years.

Jesus und Maria! Jesus and Mary! Was trug Maria unter ihrem Herzen? What did Mary carry under her heart Kyrie eleison! Vo cercando l'mio figliolo I am looking for my son; son tre di it has been three days che non lo trovo! Kyrie eleison! Als das Kindlein As the child durch den Wald getrag'n was carried through the wood, da haben die Dornen Rosen getrag'n.

Translations: vv. White are the far-off plains, and white The fading forests grow; The wind dies out along the height, And denser still the snow, A gathering weight on roof tree, Falls down scarce audibly. The meadows and far-sheeted streams Lie still without a sound; Like some soft minister of dreams The snow-fall hoods me round; In wood and water, earth and air, A silence everywhere.

Save when at lonely intervals Some farmer's sleigh, urged on, With rustling runners and sharp bells, Swings by me and is gone; Or from the empty waste I hear A sound remote and clear; The evening deepens, and the gray Folds closer earth and sky; The world seems shrouded far away; Its noises sleep, and I, As secret as yon buried stream, Plod dumbly on, and dream.

Some historians attribute it to Derbyshire. The three ships were a religious metaphor meant to represent the three wise men camels were known as the ships of the desert , but they later came to symbolize the Holy Family. By producing seed pods, the rose bush thinks it's done for the season and can start to go dormant.

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After the first frost, thoroughly water the soil around your rose bush. Once the ground freezes the bush has to take care of itself, so give it a good soaking going into winter. Remove all fallen leaves to prevent diseases and insects from overwintering. If the leaves were healthy, you can go ahead and compost them. But if you had a problem with a fungus, like black spot or an insect infestation, dispose of the leaves and get them out of your yard.

After a couple of hard freezes, mound six to 12 inches of compost soil additive around the crown of the plant to protect the roots and the graft union where the rose species you are growing is attached to a hardy rootstock. The graft should be at or just below the soil surface. In a mild winter, you could also circle the rose with wire and stuff this cage with leaves or mulch.

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Don't try to use the soil around the rose bush as mulch. Moving it could expose or disturb the roots. Climbing roses are at risk from strong, drying winds. To protect the canes of climbers, either wrap the canes together by bundling something like straw on the outside for insulation or remove the canes from their trellis or support and lay them on the ground.

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Then tie the canes together and secure them to the ground with landscape pins. Protect with a layer of mulch. Zones seven and eight always stand the chance of a freeze and maybe even some snow.

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The graft union would benefit from protection, but it need not be as heavy as for zones six and below. Mounding with leaves or a shredded mulch should suffice.

However, the rule about discontinuing pruning at the end of summer holds for zones seven and eight too.