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From the movie "Quills" I present to you a tragedy. Hope you enjoy
I made this vid about Kai's memories of the abbey, remembering Boris and Black Dranzer.
The Allman Brother's Whipping Post performed by Goin' South at The Abbey Pub in Chicago on December 4, 2005. Check us out at http://www.goinsouth.com
Molly Hatchet's One Man's Pleasure performed by Goin' South at The Abbey Pub in Chicago on December 4, 2005. Check us out at http://www.goinsouth.com
This is an original tune called I Kinda Like It (Southern Comfort) performed by Goin' South at The Abbey Pub in Chicago on December 4, 2005. Check us out at http://www.goinsouth.com
Here is a video wrap-up of the Darfur Now College Tour stop in Chicago at the University of Chicago, and the Abbey Pub 05.21
This is a EVP taken at the Abbey we do not know what it is saying can you help . Please leave your comment if you think you know thank you .
non vos me elegistis sed EGO VOS ELEGI et posui vos ut eatis et fructum adferatis et fructus vester maneat ut quodcumque petieritis Patrem in nomine meo det vobis John 15:16
You have not chosen Me: but I have chosen you; and have appointed you, that you should go and should bring forth fruit; and your fruit should remain: that whatsoever you shall ask of the Father in My name, He may give it you.
All of the services at Pluscarden Abbey are sung in Latin using Gregorian Chant. The monks have been recorded and broadcast by the BBC on several occasions and three recordings are available on CD or tape.You can support the Abbey by purchasing any of the items below. The SONG IN THIS VIDEO MAY BE PURCHASED ON CD AT:
Alan attends the Abbey Mills Mosque open day. But many of the local residents weren't invited and no one was willing to answer his questions.
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Coronation anthem performed by The King's Consort, Robert King director, from their acclaimed musical reenactment of the Coronation of King George II (1727); from Hungarian.
Their success may have contributed to the popular image of Handel as a grandiloquent composer demanding huge forces of voices and instruments - the more the better - the figure stigmatised by Berlioz as a barrel of pork and beer! In fact Handel always matched his music to the occasion and the building for which it was written, and no occasion could be grander than a coronation. His ceremonial style in these anthems differs from his music for theatre in much the same way as the Fireworks Music, designed for performance outdoors, differs from the instrumental concerti. It is wholly extroverted in tone, dealing in masses and broad contrasts rather than delicate colour: he was not going to waste finer points of detail on the reverberant spaces of The Abbey.
The forces that he used were substantial for the period: an augmented Chapel Royal Choir of 47 and an orchestra that may have numbered as many as 160. The chorus is divided from time to time into 6 or 7 parts (the tenors remain united) and a large body of strings includes three (not the usual two) violin parts.
Take a tour of Sénanque Abbey in France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Follow the beautiful lavender fields down the valley and you will find the Senanque Abbey.
This quiet abbey was built in the 12th century near Gordes, France.
As per the Rule, the Senanque Abbey is an unadorned building to avoid distractions.
Even so, the abbey has a clean and humble beauty that is appealing to many.
More beauty can be found in the peaceful, natural setting surrounding the building.
There is still a group of monks making their home here and they welcome visitors.
Additionally, those seeking spiritual rest can schedule a longer stay at the Senanque Abbey.
A 14th century Crusader returns to a homeland devastated by the Black Plague. A beleaguered church, deeming sorcery the culprit of the plague, commands the two knights to transport an accused witch to a remote abbey, where monks will perform a ritual in hopes of ending the pestilence. A priest, a grieving knight, a disgraced itinerant and a headstrong youth who can only dream of becoming a knight join a mission troubled by mythically hostile wilderness and fierce contention over the fate of the girl. When the embattled party arrives at the abbey, a horrific discovery jeopardises the knight's pledge to ensure the girl fair treatment, and pits them against an inexplicably powerful and destructive force.