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Pipers and drummers assemble before the processional to perform for the gathering of congregants and visitors.
Around the year 1860, Dom Paul Jausions, a recently professed monk of the Abbey of Saint-Pierre de Solesmes, transcribed a complete copy by hand of a late medieval manuscript processional from the women's Benedictine house of Wilton Abbey.
The first, "Processionals and Recessionals," consists of many frequently requested favorites, including requisites such as Wagner's "Bridal Chorus," and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." One highlight here is Pachelbel's "Canon in D"; Sanborn's arrangement begins unassumingly, but near the end treats the famous ostinato in a fresh way by briefly alternating ever-so-slightly dissonant ninth chords in the middle register with more consonant triads in the upper register--the effect is bell-like, and would be a lovely welcome for a bride.
The tornado tore a path a mile wide and four miles long, destroying homes and businesses USA Director Martin Scorsese, centre, walks in a processional during commencement exercises at Yale University in Connecticut yesterday.
Gone are the days of processional races, with grands prix so far packed with overtaking manoeuvres and multiple pit stops.
Led by giant processional crosses, the different groups stopped at various places through the village.
The package price commences at USD239, and includes deluxe accommodations, participation for the daily military processional and authentic cannon firing tribute at The Grand, breakfast for two in The Grand Dining Room, access to Confederate Rest Cemetery where 300 Confederate soldiers are buried, and a copy of Grand Traditions, the official Grand Hotel book with pictures.
I think this may have been a very early photograph because my father, John Frank is carrying the processional cross from St Aidan's Church.
The formal processional and taking communion while kneeling at the altar had been replaced with standing stations.
Essay 1, "The 1920s: Workers In (and Out of) Jail" (1-8) precedes Processional, by John Howard Lawson (9-82) and Singing Jailbirds, by Upton Sinclair (83-150).
(2) Indeed, the continued listing of the manuscript as an "Horae, etc.," has almost certainly obscured the fact that this manuscript is the only extant English Franciscan processional. This volume provides the modern liturgical historian a unique opportunity to study the chants for processions, the commendatio animae (commendation of the soul), and the profession of nuns for an English Franciscan house.
"The processional buiness support offered in Waterloo Region, excellent infrastructure, and quality lifestyle for future employees were the critical factors in our decision to locate here," said Weicon's North American vice-president Kevin Jungel.