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  • Canzon, -- and they will give you to the gross Earl of Sarum, as they gave me to the painted man who was of late our King! and in that time to come you will know your body to be your husband's makeshift when he lacks leisure to seek out other recreation! and in that time to come you will long for death, and presently your heart will be a flame within you, my

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  • Song: Sacrae Symphoniae: No. 10: Canzon duodecimi toni for 10 parts

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  • "Sacrae Symphoniae: No. 10: Canzon duodecimi toni for 10 parts"

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  • But in an inspired move the ensemble drafted one of Gabrieli's best-known works, the antiphonal Canzon Septimi Toni, as a prelude.

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  • GABRIELI: Sacrae symphoniae a 8 -- Sonata pian 'e forte; Canzon septimi toni; GEMINIANI: Concerto Grosso in G Minor, Op. 3, No. 2; ROSSINI: Stabat Mater - Soloists/

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  • GABRIELI: Sacrae symphoniae a 8 -- Sonata pian 'e forte; Canzon septimi toni;

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  • Canzon froths with a "nativity" sense of energy, equally demonstrative of the brass choir's ability to blaze outward or to subdue its dynamic range, as required.

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  • Canzon - who is five feet tall - says he didn't think Dziekanski posed any threat.

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  • Canzon told the inquiry when he moved on to clean another area he heard a "pop" sound, like the noise of a gun, and later saw Dziekanski's lifeless body when he left for the night.

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  • The Canzon duodecimi toni from Gabrieli's Sacrae Symphoniae provides some brilliant call and answer for divided brass choir, especially when two sets of five players each were stationed opposite each other up in the wings, raining down golden tones upon us.

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