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 MASS.TXT
At Mass the "Preface" always closes with a formula leading to the "Sanctus." The Roman "Preface" is composed with the same care and according to those same rules of the "Cursus" as are the "Collects" and other prayers.
Sometimes Mass was celebrated in the catacombs on the outskirts of Rome, and this was especially the case on the anniversary days of the death of a martyr, when it was probably said on the tomb in which his relics reposed.
Now the Mass is the center of the whole Divine Office; we even believe it would be possible to show that at one time the first part of the Mass was the most eloquent and, indeed, the only mode of expression of this official prayer.
www.ewtn.com /library/LITURGY/MASS.TXT

  
 A Guide to the Celebration of Low Mass
The Canon of the Mass to the Consecration.
The Canon of the Mass from the Consecration.
The Canon of the Mass to the Consecration
www.latin-mass-society.org /lowmass.htm

  
 Renaissance Era - Vocal
Mensuration canons-several voices carrying the same melody at different rates of speed.
Another common mass used during the sixteenth century was the parody mass, which had a complete secular chanson or motet altered to fit the text of the ordinary mass.
After the early 1500s, completely canonic masses became less and less commonly used.
www.geocities.com /npasupathi/RenaissanceEraVocal.htm

  
 ockeghem-missa
In each of the movements of the mass the double canons proceed at different intervals from the opening unison in the Kyrie to octave in the final Osanna.
It is a polyphonic setting of the first of the five movements of the Ordinary text of the Mass.
Even here where the voices are singing in canon, the canons are so subtle as to be imperceptible and the listener is most likely to hear simply independent voices, each singing something different.
music.olivet.edu /nwoodruff/ockeghem-missa.htm

  
 Latin Mass Society: Its Purpose and Functions
The legitimacy of the Latin Mass Society is based on Canon 215 of the New Code of Canon Law (1983) which states clearly the right of the faithful, both clergy and laity, to found associations for religious purposes and to pursue these purposes in common.
The Latin Mass Society should be seen as an integral part of the Church eloquently described by Vatican II as a communio of the faithful each of whom has "a vocation to the fullness of the Christian life and the perfection of charity" (Lumen Gentium 5).
The Latin Mass Society treasures the ancient liturgy as a perfect embodiment of the Faith and as the spiritual and cultural heritage of Western Christianity.
www.latin-mass-society.org /lmsunity.htm   (468 words)

  
 GOLDBERG: Ockeghem, JohannesOckeghem, JohannesOckeghem, Johannes
The remaining sections of the Mass are canons at the fourth or the fifth.
The title, Mass of prolations, refers to the time signatures used in mensural notation, which was predominant from the 13th to the 17th centuries.
Fallows instead calls the song “a three-out-of-one canon” because the manuscript gives only one line of music, which is sung in canon by three voices in a manner that is unmistakable.
www.goldbergweb.com /en/magazine/composers/1997/12/140_print.php   (468 words)

  
 Digital Camera Support for UN*X
Canon did the same, and that is great news as Canon was one of the last major vendors to not use USB Mass Storage, and the company had a heavy past of being really unfriendly with gphoto2 developers and the whole "non-Windows" developer community (yes, that also included Mac developers).
One of the drawbacks is that given that USB Mass Storage protocol is for disk device, you can't manipulate settings and camera options, nor remote control it.
It is not being abandoned in favor of USB Mass Storage or PTP.
www.teaser.fr /~hfiguiere/linux/digicam.html   (1987 words)

  
 Music 341: Notes for October 30, 2000
Describe some of the prolation tricks used in this mass.
How is this mass a "cycle of canons at different intervals"?
What is the technical trick employed in the Christe section of this movement?
www.mnstate.edu /hung/music341/oct30.htm   (1987 words)

  
 Digital Camera Support for UN*X
Canon did the same, and that is great news as Canon was one of the last major vendors to not use USB Mass Storage, and the company had a heavy past of being really unfriendly with gphoto2 developers and the whole "non-Windows" developer community (yes, that also included Mac developers).
One of the drawbacks is that given that USB Mass Storage protocol is for disk device, you can't manipulate settings and camera options, nor remote control it.
It is not being abandoned in favor of USB Mass Storage or PTP.
www.teaser.fr /~hfiguiere/linux/digicam.html   (1987 words)

  
 Digital Camera Support for UN*X
Canon did the same, and that is great news as Canon was one of the last major vendors to not use USB Mass Storage, and the company had a heavy past of being really unfriendly with gphoto2 developers and the whole "non-Windows" developer community (yes, that also included Mac developers).
Stephen H Westin, the current maintainer of the gphoto2 Canon driver has published a comprehensive protocol documentation based on all the reverse engineering work done everyone.
By the end of 2002, Nikon seemed to have made the switch too, by offering several firmware upgrades to offer PTP support in addition to USB Mass Storage.
www.teaser.fr /~hfiguiere/linux/digicam.html   (1987 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Sacrifice of the Mass
From the exceedingly high valuation, which the Church places on the Mass as the unbloody Sacrifice of the God-Man, issue, as it were spontaneously all those practical precepts of a positive or a negative nature, which are given in the Rubrics of the Mass, in Canon Law, and in Moral Theology.
Since the Mass is nothing else than a continual repetition, commanded by Christ Himself, of the Sacrifice accomplished at the Last Supper, it follows that the Sacrifice of the Mass partakes of the New testament fulfilment of the prophecy of Melchisedech.
(ii) Disavowing the above-mentioned theories concerning the Sacrifice of the Mass, theologians of today are again seeking a closer approximation to the pre-Tridentine conception, having realized that post-Tridentine theology had perhaps for polemical reasons needlessly exaggerated the idea of destruction in the sacrifice.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10006a.htm   (14147 words)

  
 FrontPage theme
The Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem seek perfection of the worship of God using the 1962 liturgy in the celebration of Holy Mass in its historic Latin form, consistent, Bishop Burke noted, with his holiness Pope John Paul's Ecclesia Dei Adflicta of 1988.
Bishop Raymond Burke established the Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem in the Diocese of La Crosse (Wis.) on June 22, 2002.
The Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem (CRNJ) is a clerical institute of consecrated life whose members (known as canons) pursue the proper apostolic ends of their religious society.
canonsregular.com /faqs.htm   (993 words)

  
 Hope College Fall 2003 Arts Discussion Board: Topic one
Ockegehm came up with a way to organize his masses, like the Missa mi-mi, by taking the first two solefege notes of the Bass and using it to name the Mass.
The subdivision of the breve was the tempus, and the subdivision of the semibreve was the prolation.
A double mensuration canon is a combination of a double canon, which is 2 or more canons played at once and a mensuration canon, which is a canon between to voices that is moving at different speeds.
discus.hope.edu /f03/arts/messages/146/148.html?1064974860   (993 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Canon of the Mass
Canon (Canon Missæ, Canon Actionis) is the name used in the Roman Missal for the fundamental part of the Mass that comes after the Offertory and before the Communion.
eccl., xxii); Benedict XIV says: "Canon is the same word as rule, the Church uses this name to mean that the Canon of the Mass is the firm rule according to which the Sacrifice of the New Testament is to be celebrated" (De SS.
He thinks that the Canon, while consisting of much the same prayers, was originally arranged in a different order, namely, in the same way as the Syrian Anaphora which it so closely resembles, and that in the fifth century, shortly before it became stereotyped in the time of St.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03255c.htm   (12996 words)

  
 Pastoral Handbook: Clerical State: The Priesthood
It is the policy of the Archdiocese of Denver that the priests celebrate Mass for the intentions of the faithful, in accord with the laws of the Church.
Priests of the Archdiocese are asked to notify the Vicar for Clergy of any serious illness or death in their families in order that this may be made known to other priests and that these intentions be kept in the prayers of the faithful.
To priests incardinated and having an assignment in the Archdiocese, to whom this faculty is not given by the law itself, the Archbishop grants the habitual faculty to hear confessions (canon 967§2).
www.archden.org /handbook/chapter2/part2.php   (7298 words)

  
 Canon
A mensuration canon is one in which the "dux" is interpreted simultaneously in different mensurations or proportions, with the result that the temporal relationships between the voices may shift because of the different interpretation of individual note-values.
The technique of canonic imitation, that is, of canon in the present-day sense, was first used in the 13th century.
A number of 14th- and 15th-century motets and Mass compositions open with a section in canonic imitation.
www.lcsproductions.net /MusHistRev/MusicalForms/Canon.html   (7298 words)

  
 Prolation canon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Examples of prolation canons include the entire Missa Prolationum (Johannes Ockeghem), in which each separate section of the mass explores a different prolation (or different gap between entries and relative speed of each voice), and the Cantus In Memoriam Benjamin Britten by Arvo Pärt (1976), which was used in Michael Moore's 2004 film Fahrenheit 9/11.
Prolation canons are among the most difficult to write, and are relatively rare in the repertory.
In a prolation canon, each voice not only sings or plays the same music, but at different speeds (or prolations, a metrical term which dates to the medieval and Renaissance eras).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prolation_canon   (7298 words)

  
 Literary Encyclopedia: Robert Heinlein
The fiction pulps were dominated by formulaic melodrama and adventure romance stories; they were the equivalent of television later in the twentieth century, offering mass entertainment and self-education.
Heinlein was recognized almost immediately as science fiction’s master storyteller, the leader of the new generation of SF writers.
And yet, such a label may be misleading: Heinlein actively resisted literary formulae throughout a long and varied writing career that included many forms of fiction and non-fiction, and his restless experimentation repeatedly expanded and altered the boundaries of science fiction as a genre.
www.literaryencyclopedia.com /php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=2068   (2549 words)

  
 Antioch Chorus 1975 European Tour Music
The Kyrie uses canons at the unisons, 2nds and 3rds; the Gloria, 4ths; the Credo, 5ths; the Sanctus, 6ths, 7ths and at the shout of adoration, that elevation of the host, the octave.
To quote the Oxford Dictionary for prolate: "extend, increase, lengthen; especially to lengthen a word, etc. in articulation"; prolate and prolation have the same etymology -- the mass takes its name from the fact that each voice is in a different prolation).
The Agnus Dei returns to canons at the 4ths and 5ths.
homepage.mac.com /rickray/antiochchorus/75music.html   (2549 words)

  
 Prolation canon - free-definition
Examples of prolation canons include the entire Missa Prolationum (Johannes Ockeghem), in which each separate section of the mass explores a different prolation (or different gap between entries and relative speed of each voice), and the Cantus In Memoriam Benjamin Britten by Arvo Pärt, which was used in Michael Moore's 2004 film Fahrenheit 9/11.
Prolation canons are among the most difficult to write, and are relatively rare in the repertory.
In a prolation canon, each voice not only sings or plays the same music, but at different speeds (or prolations, a metrical term which dates to the medieval and Renaissance eras).
www.free-definition.com /Prolation-canon.html   (2549 words)

  
 Canon's Fuel Cell May Drive Portable Gear - Portable Media News - Digital Trends
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A cell was shown operating inside an extension battery pack for Canon's EOS Kiss Digital N professional-level digital camera; although the cell currently delivers about half the power of a traditional lithium-ion battery pack, Canon believes the fuel cell will be able to achieve three to five times the power of current battery technologies.
Canon showed three cells, a large-ish form aimed for devices like printers, another sized appropriately for digital still cameras, and a tiny third cell, roughly 1.6 by 1.3 inches (3 cm by 4 cm), aimed at small mobile devices like music players.
news.digitaltrends.com /article8639.html   (371 words)

  
 Antioch Chorus 1975 European Tour Music
The Kyrie uses canons at the unisons, 2nds and 3rds; the Gloria, 4ths; the Credo, 5ths; the Sanctus, 6ths, 7ths and at the shout of adoration, that elevation of the host, the octave.
To quote the Oxford Dictionary for prolate: "extend, increase, lengthen; especially to lengthen a word, etc. in articulation"; prolate and prolation have the same etymology -- the mass takes its name from the fact that each voice is in a different prolation).
The Agnus Dei returns to canons at the 4ths and 5ths.
homepage.mac.com /rickray/antiochchorus/75music.html   (371 words)

  
 Canon FD 135mm f2
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Canon's answer to the Nikkormat‚ and about the same build quality.
Canon 135mm 2.8 Soft Focus question by Vadim
www.photographytalk.net /viewtopic-68406.html   (1319 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Canon of the Mass
The old distinction, in all liturgies, is between the Mass of the Catechumens (the litanies, lessons from the Bible, and collects) and the Mass of the Faithful (the Offertory of the gifts to be consecrated, Consecration prayer, Communion, and dismissal).
From the time of Gregory the most important event in the history of the Roman Canon is, not any sort of change in it, but the rapid way in which it spread all over the West, displacing the Gallican Liturgy.
By the tenth century the Missal, containing whole Masses and including Epistles and Gospels, takes the place of the separate books ("Sacramentarium" for the celebrant, "Lectionarium" for the deacon and subdeacon, and "Antiphonarium Missæ" for the choir).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03255c.htm   (1319 words)

  
 Sheet Music Catalog - Credo Canon (from The Lord Nelson Mass)
Taken from the Credo movement of The Lord Nelson Mass, this is an excellent teaching and performance piece.
Sheet Music Catalog - Credo Canon (from The Lord Nelson Mass)
Essentially written as a two-part canon for mixed voices, this edition is easily accessible to advanced middle school and beginning high school choirs.
www.sheetmusiccatalog.com /item_detail.asp?item_number=8596742   (1319 words)

  
 John Sichel's Program Notes
Part of the eerieness of this movement comes from employing the right hand of the piano and all of the strings in very close canon, all playing the same narrow-ranged and highly chromatic melody.
And so they do, playing in intervallically strangled, twisting, agonizing canons while the piano imitates the tolling of funeral bells.
The resulting effect is of a crawling, insect like mass of notes, seething above the banal accompanying figure in the left hand.
westfieldnj.com /arbormusic/schnittke.html   (1319 words)

  
 The artistic director, Nathan J. Kreitzer
Nathan Kreitzer, founder and artistic director of the Quire of Voyces, spread the five parts of the mass through the program, framing them with a variety of shorter pieces from both the Renaissance and the 20th century.
Kreitzer paid close attention to choral ensemble and achieved wonderful results all evening, particularly in the second half, where musicological matters of exotic tunings and rhythmic prolation were not central to authenticity.
The Missa "Mater Christi" of John Taverner, not heard for centuries, featured a tenor part beautifully reconstructed by musicologist David Skinner at Oxford, where it was written between 1525 and 1530.
www.sbcc.edu /music/website/choir/qv.rev.htm   (1319 words)

  
 browsegh.html
One can conjecture, based on the text of the last canon (Mass 6), that there are actually two "armed men" involved, possibly representing Philip the Good and his son, Charles the Bold.
A textual analysis of the six Kyrie verses of the Naples masses, transcribed by Steven Whiting, casts doubt upon Richard Taruskin's hypothesis (1984) that Busnoys was the first to compose on the L'homme armé theme.
The primary motivator in the treatment of the cantus firmus stems from his desire to produce dramatic action, even in the non-operatic works, and to provide meaning for the texts uttered by the characters in his operatic compositions.
www.music.indiana.edu /borrowing/browsegh.html   (1319 words)

  
 MUH3211 3rd Examination
The canon (rule) will indicate the tempo of the derived part.
Ockeghem's mass consisting of double canons, some of which were mensuration canons
The "drive to cadence" featured a gradual lessening of harmonic and contrapuntal textures, so that the composition faded away - almost like a decrescendo and rallentando.
nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu /~bassoon/MUH3211/exam3.html   (1319 words)

  
 The Black Mass
The third segment in the five comprising the present recension of the Black Mass is the CANON.Up to this point
The first segment of the Black Mass to involve both the celebrant and the assembled worshippers is the OFFERTORY.
the Black Mass,dating back to the undefined and ill-understood pratice of the sabbat of the witches performed
sardonahighpriestess.tripod.com /Satanism/id24.html   (1319 words)

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