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  CHANT ROYAL - Online Information article about CHANT ROYAL
Pasquier (1529-1615) points out the fact that the Chant Royal, by its length and the rigidity of its structure, is better fitted than the ballade for See also:
CORPS (pronounced as in French, from which it is taken, being a late spelling of tors, from Lat.
Banville defines the chant royal as essentially belonging to ages of faith, when its subjects could be either the exploits of a See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /CAU_CHA/CHANT_ROYAL.html   (411 words)

 CHANT - LoveToKnow Article on CHANT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Theodore de Banville defines the chant royal as essentially belonging to ages of faith, when its subjects could be either the exploits of a hero of royal race or the processional splendours of religion.
The earliest chant royal in English was that published by Edmund Gosse in 5877; it is here given to exemplify the structure and rhyme-arrangement of the.
In the middle ages the chant royal was largely used for the praise of the Virgin Mary.
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 Gregorian Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Supporters of the chant have generally defended it by appealing to "musica sacra", a concept which suggests that the chant is artistically superior to simple, "pastoral" music.
It might therefore be suggested that the largely clerical rejection of the chant in recent years resulted from a premature judgement, stemming from a reductionist analysis of the possible range of meanings in the liturgy and its traditional music.
However, the performance of Anglican Chant continued to be influenced by the same rhythmic performance style until the twentieth century, when equalist rhythm was adopted in the wake of the influence of the monks of Solesmes.
www.beaufort.demon.co.uk /chant.htm   (3975 words)

 Envoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The two main forms used in this new literary poetry were the ballade, which employed a refrain at first but evolved to include an envoi and the chant royal, which used an envoi from the beginning.
Jean Froissart, in his adaptation of the troubadour pastourelle genre to the chant royal form also employed the envoi.
Since the 14th century, the envoi has been seen as an integral part of a number of traditional poetic forms, including, in addition to the ballade and chant royal, the virelai nouveau and the sestina.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Envoi   (480 words)

 chant royal --  Encyclopædia Britannica
In the 15th century the chant royal acquired a refrain, and the envoi was...
The rhyme royal was first used in English verse in the 14th century by Geoffrey Chaucer in Troilus and Criseyde and The Parlement of Foules.
The term is specifically used to mean a short, fixed final stanza of a poem (such as a ballade) pointing the moral and usually addressing the person to whom the poem is written.
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 Guide to Verse Forms - Chant Royal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Chant Royal is a variant of the ballade form.
It's not obligatory (or even common) to write about royal subjects, of course - though it is traditional (as with the ballade) to address the envoi to "Prince".
The overall length of a Rhyme Royal (as above) is 38 lines, which makes it a feasible form for competitions with a 40-line limit.
www.noggs.dsl.pipex.com /vf/chantroyal.htm   (425 words)

the manner of a chant, or to a tune called a chant.
Again and again it was repeated, with forgetful eyes and abstracted faces, rising and falling with the night wind and the leap and gleam of the camp fires, and fading again like them in the immeasurable mystery of the darkened plain.
It is the chant of the flower-girl with large eyes shining under the palm-branches in the market-place of Milan; and with the distant echoing notes come the sweet breath of her violets and the unquenchable odors of her crushed geraniums borne on many a white sail from the glorified Adriatic.
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 FanFiction.Net : Dictionary & Thesaurus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
"Chant to the sound of the viol." --Amos vi.
[1913 Webster] To chant horses or To chaunt horses, to sing their praise; to overpraise; to cheat in selling.
Chant royal [F.], in old French poetry, a poem containing five strophes of eleven lines each, and a concluding stanza.
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 ---- CPA History ----   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Chant was also involved as he regularly observed the research; this interest would eventually lead him to supervise the whole program (Springbett, 1970).
Chant's two main undergraduate fields were psychology and biology; in 1922 he enrolled as the only graduate student in psychology.
Williams (1991) stated that Chant's great interest was in the application of quantitative methods to psychology, and he showed this interest by helping graduate students, struggling with the then-novel requirements that they learn statistics and something about the design of experiments, instead of relying solely on philosophy, logic and the history of ideas (p.
www.cpa.ca /history/his1.html   (6136 words)

 Asia Times - News and analysis from throughout Southeast Asia
The Royal Barges, said to be the last of their kind, produce a spectacular pageant when on procession.
The second chant is known as chalawa-hay; it is slow in tempo and is chanted when the barge is moving gradually away from the pier and the oarsmen are still rowing slowly.
The last chant is about merit-making and is sung as the barges arrive at their destination.
www.atimes.com /atimes/Southeast_Asia/EJ21Ae02.html   (940 words)

 Guide to Verse Forms - Rhyme Royal
Rhyme Royal - sometimes known as the Troilus stanza - has 7 lines of 10 syllables each (normally iambic pentameters) and a rhyming scheme of ababbcc.
The ballade royal is made up of rhyme royal stanzas.
But rhyme royal is nothing to do with chant royal (which is another variant of the ballade).
www.noggs.dsl.pipex.com /vf/rime_royal.htm   (534 words)

 ISOHE story summary: what's happened so far   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Meanwhile, Chant is hastily sent to the castle's healer, who magically cures his wounds.
Invited to breakfast with the royal family, Chant is able to give them some news of the wider world.
Chant is disappointed to learn that the sword he lost while fighting the bandits was not recovered.
isohe.comicgenesis.com /summary.html   (526 words)

 Chant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Chant and Be Happy: Based on Teachings of A C Bhaktivedanta Swami
Chant and Spirituality: Schola Cantorum of ST. Peter s in the Loop
Chant and its peripheries : essays in honour of Terence Bailey
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 PRINCE - Online Information article about PRINCE
chant royal was largely used for the praise of the Virgin See also:
Deschamps (1340-1410) distinguishes these Marian chants royaux, which were called " serventois," by the See also:
The chant royal is practically unknown outside See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /PRE_PYR/PRINCE.html   (180 words)

 Has rivalry turned sour? - ROYAL ROOTERS
If someone did chant it, it was only a small group of people, which is still not good, but to paint the entire Fenway crowd because of that is stupid.
He is a professional baseball player making millions, and the people screaming the chants are ignorant fans.
If I was making the kind of money he was making, I wouldn't mind the chant either, especially since he will only play 10 games out o 162 in Fenway.
www.redsoxnation.net /forums/index.php?showtopic=3893   (2395 words)

 Hawaiian Historical Legends: VII. Paao From Samoa
He traced his royal blood to Pili, "from a foreign land," and through Pili back to Wa-kea, a Polynesian chief of perhaps the second century; and thence back through a series of hero-gods to Kumu-Honua, "the first created." It is a remarkable genealogy and worthy of study.
His body was placed in the royal burial cave, in Iao Valley, back of the village Wailuku.
Thus the old royal family of Hawaii was overthrown, and the way prepared to introduce "Pili, the king, from a foreign land."
www.sacred-texts.com /pac/hhl/hhl11.htm   (2821 words)

 List of masterpieces of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity
Renowned for its graceful hand gestures and stunning costumes, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia (also known as Khmer Classical Dance) has been closely associated with the Khmer court for over one thousand years.
Performances traditionally accompanied royal ceremonies and observances such as coronations, marriages, funerals or Khmer holidays.
The Royal Ballet practically ceased to exist under the repressive rule of the Khmer Rouge, who eliminated almost all master dancers and musicians.
www.unesco.org /culture/intangible-heritage/masterpiece.php?id=64&lg=fr   (463 words)

 chant - definition by dict.die.net
(Mus.) To sing or recite after the manner of a chant, or to a tune called a chant.
To chant horses, to sing their praise; to overpraise; to cheat in selling.
It is the most ancient form of choral music.
dict.die.net /chant   (126 words)

 Grandeur of Royal Barges on Bangkok's River of Kings
The grandeur of Royal Barges in Thailand, is one of the last remains of the historical times which produced spectacular pageant processions in the region.
The chant starts when the barge begins to move and is called "Kroeun Hay", where the Sanskrit verse chants that the beautiful barges are ready to move.
The last Sanskrit chant is about merit-making and is sung as the Royal Barges are to arrive at their destination.
www.thaipro.com /thailand_00/163_royal_barges_thailand.htm   (1049 words)

 Spirit Voyage Music : Spirit Voyage Music : Feet in the Soil 2
Chants, ebow guitar, taiko drums, and "wicked ginger biscuits" (I can only conjecture) keep the vibes motivating, such as in the "African Sun" and "Janjara" grooves.
His compositions get under your skin and inspire the urge to dance and get caught up in the flow of the sound until sometime later when you notice that the trance has drifted off at the end of the music.
There are also mellow moments in the dreamy slow passages like "Atlantean Chant" or "Royal Blue." And the spirit is always lurking somewhere in the mix, so take a cue and enjoy the party when "Crocodile Feet" inspires you to get a move on.
www.spiritvoyage.com /shopping/detail.cfm?PC=1315   (1625 words)

 biography of Thomas F. Kelly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
"Structure and Ornament in Chant: The Case of the Beneventan Exultet," in Graeme Boone, ed., Essays on Music in Honor of David G. Hughes.
March 1995 "The Manuscripts of Beneventan Chant," Royal Conservatory, Madrid.
October 1989 "Structure and Ornament in Chant: The Case of the Beneventan Exultet," American Musicological Society national convention, Austin.
www.fas.harvard.edu /~musicdpt/faculty/kelly.html   (2104 words)

 BloodHTML 2.2 Capture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
As the chant is concluded, you begin to glow a soft white!
As the chant is concluded, Indiana begins to glow a soft white!
As the chant is concluded, Kiseki begins to glow a soft white!
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 European Royal History: Our Bookstore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A wonderful study of hereditary illness in the royal houses of Europe from the Stuarts to the Saxe-Meiningen, as well as Victoria¹s English and European descendants.
A great story of the royal family of Savoy and their role in the formation of Italy as a unified nation.
From golden royal prince to the most worrisome exile, this is the biography of Edward VIII of Great Britain.
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 Griffinpark.org - Funniest opposition chant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Was a few years ago a tuesday night game,we were losing to Hull.When all the 40 away fans started to sing "youv'e been mauled by the tigers,youv'e been mauled by the tigers "followed by a grrrrr and hands clawing at the air.Bloody Fantastic Fun.
Brentford have always wound up the Brizzel teams with chants of ''Your Welsh and you know you are'' but I thought it funny when we played Bjornmuff and the paadock sang ''Your French and you know you are''.
Another bees chant when we beat Swansea 4-1 in our last game before Cambridge where we chanted were going up with the cardiff and they didn't take it well to say the least.
www.griffinpark.org /forums/showthread.php?t=7225   (1140 words)

 Chapter Changeability <i>to</i> Chapelry of C by Webster's Dictionary (1913 Edition)
To sing or recite after the manner of a chant, or to a tune called a chant.
"Chant to the sound of the viol." Amos vi.
[F. Chanteclair, name of the cock in the Roman du Renart (Reynard the Fox); chanter to chant + clair clear.
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 George Nutley
One, Private G. Nutley, Royal Sussex Regiment, who was formerly in a market garden, has sustained a bayonet wound in the chest, but no further tidings have been forthcoming of him.
The older brother is Private A. Nutley, also of the County Regiment, and in peace time an assistant to Messrs.
The Royal Sussex casualties that day were not great, but it was unfortunately the last day of service for George Nutley.
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 Presentation of Leis to Mauna'ala-The Royal Mausoleum in Nuuanu, Oahu. album | Coolcat | Fotki.com
Presentation of Leis to Mauna'ala-The Royal Mausoleum in Nuuanu, Oahu.
In Hawaii, after the Lei Day Festivities are concluded, the many colorful and crafted Leis are transported to Mauna'ala, The Royal Mausoleum, located in Nu'uanu.
Descendants of the Royal family chant in Hawaiian, to bless the offering of lei to the Royal Monarchy whos remains are interred in this most sacred location.
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 chant - OneLook Dictionary Search
CHANT : 1911 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica [home, info]
Chant : Glossary of Musical Terms [home, info]
Words similar to chant: intone, cantillate, chanted, chanting, intonate, monotone, plainsong, sing, more...
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Mountains, L., dip down to the sea and form a curve of the coast._ _As the curtain rises, a crowd of town and country folk is being herded to the back of the terrace by the Ducal Guard, under Cesario.
CHANT ROYAL OF HIGH VIRTUE Who lives in suit of armour pent And hides himself behind a wall, For him is not the great event, The garland nor the Capitol.
Read on that rood He died upon-- _Virtue is that becrowns a Man!_ Beneath that rood where He was bent I saw the world's great captains all Pass riding home from tournament Adown the road from Roncesvalles-- Lord Charlemagne, in one array Lords Caesar, Cyrus, Attila, Lord Alisaundre of Macedon...
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 Find in a Library: Chant royal; the life of King Louis XI of France (1423-1483
Find in a Library: Chant royal; the life of King Louis XI of France (1423-1483
Chant royal; the life of King Louis XI of France (1423-1483
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 Eustache Deschamps
From Reims he proceeded about 1360 to the University of Orleans to study law and the seven liberal arts.
He entered the king's service as royal messenger about 1367, and was sent on missions to Bohemia, Hungary and Moravia.
Deschamps excelled in the use of the ballade and the chant royal.
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