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  • Ut cantemus de patrono/Coram agno, coram throno/Laudes super aethera.

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • I don't have the list of office hymns that are sung specifically on this day - but the LLPB appoints this hymn, "The God Whom Earth and Sea and Sky" (that's the mp3) (Quem terra, pontus, aethera) to "The Common of Saints - A hymn about the Blessed Virgin Mary."

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Hesperus exsertat radios, quantusque per altum aethera, caeruleis tantus monstratur in undis.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Quid bifera Alcinoi laudem pomaria uosque, qui numquam uacui prodistis in aethera, rami? cedant Telegoni, cedant Laurentia Turni iugera Lucrinaeque domus litusque cruenti85

    A Villa at Tibur

  • Ceu canis umbrosam lustrans Gortynia uallem, si celeris potuit ceruae comprendere lustra, saeuit in absentem et circum uestigia latrans5 aethera per nitidum tenues sectatur odores: non amnes illam medii, non ardua tardant, perdita nec serae meminit decedere nocti.

    Fragments of the De Morte

  • C. ab Ioue principium, si quis canit aethera, sumat, si quis Atlantiaci pondus molitur Olympi: at mihi, qui nostras praesenti numine terras perpetuamque regit iuuenili robore pacem, 85 laetus et augusto felix adrideat ore.

    A Singing Match

  • HOC uide circum supraque quod complexu continet terram solisque exortu capessit candorem, occasu nigret, id quod nostri caelum memorant, Grai perhibent aethera: quidquid est hoc, omnia animat format alit auget creat sepelit recipitque in sese omnia, omniumque idem est pater, 5 indidemque eadem aeque oriuntur de integro atque eodem occidunt.

    Genitabile Caelum

  • Gorgoneo tinctum defigens sanguine ferrum. illa subit contra uersamque a gurgite frontem erigit et tortis innitens oribus alte60 emicat ac toto sublimis corpore fertur. sed quantum illa subit semet iaculata profundo, in tantum reuolat laxumque per aethera ludit

    Andromeda

  • Parthenope, dulcisque solo tu gloria nostro reptasti. nitidum consurgat ad aethera tellus

    The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla

  • He vacillated an hour between his translation of St Fortunatus 'hymn, _Quem terra, pontus aethera_, and "Red as a Rose is She," which, although he thought it as reprehensible for moral as for literary reasons, he was fain to follow out to the vulgar end.

    A Mere Accident

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