benedictus

[ ben-i-dik-tuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF benedictus
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Benedictus opened the wooden gate, and pushed Ulrich into the playground.

Father Benedictus was so ill that she could not remain away from him long.

They occur in the Benedictus, but are wanting in the Agnus Dei.

He had been baptized under the name of Benedictus, or the Blessed.

In 1539 Benedictus noted the occurrence of hemophilia or bleeders' disease.

Benedictus vir qui confidit in Domino; et erit Dominus fiducia ejus.

We know that he wrote two sacred songs in the frottola style, nine "Lamentations" and one "Benedictus" for three voices.

Benedictus, during a long life devoted to the highest aims, had battled enough.

The Sanctus and Hosanna were very fairly given, the Benedictus being perhaps the most telling effort of all.

Schindler asks him in August: Is the Benedictus written out in score?

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