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  • The Folger Consort's latest program of Renaissance music, "Pastime With Good Company," lived up to its name.

    Folger's music presentation is fit for King Henry's court

  • The Waverly Consort's Christmas story was cobbled together from a variety of sources and traces the story from the Annunciation according to a number of prophets, through the Nativity and the journey of the Magi to Herod's slaughter of the children.

    Waverly Consort's medieval sound tests modern-day audiences

  • The pious tone of antiphons and church anthems was lightened by the Consort's instrumental selections.


  • As fits our situation, Adams is also the Favorite Naval Consort's President.

    "That John Adams Bullcrap" - SpouseBUZZ

  • I don't consider myself sufficiently versed in holiday albums to have favorites, but ones I've enjoyed include the Baltimore Consort's Bright Day Star and the Klezmonauts' Oy to the World.

    Philocrites: Favorite Christmas CDs.

  • On the Regnant's left sat the heir apparent, on the Consort's right the Chief Enactor.


  • True prayers were everywhere offered up in sympathy with the mother, the sister, the wife, who watched at the bedside of the heir to the throne; and when, on the very anniversary of the Prince Consort's death, the life that had seemed ebbing away turned to flow upward again; a sort of sob of relief rose from the heart of the people, who rejoiced to be able, at

    Great Britain and Her Queen

  • The Prince Consort's health, though generally good, was not robust, and signs had not been wanting that his incessant toils were beginning to tell upon him.

    Great Britain and Her Queen

  • We follow them, charter a hansom, and are driven along a picturesque road in the direction of the late Prince Consort's

    The Idler Magazine, Volume III, April 1893 An Illustrated Monthly

  • The finest tribute to the Prince Consort's memory is to be found in the Dedication written by Lord Tennyson to his _Idylls of the King_:

    Queen Victoria


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