English to Latin Meaning :: requiem

Requiem :
Sequentia Sequentia
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Noun(1) a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person(2) a musical setting for a Mass celebrating the dead(3) a Mass celebrated for the dead

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(1) a requiem mass(2) You might also hear similarities to DuruflÔö£┬«'s requiem , since the lines, mainly modal, share a family look with Gregorian chant.(3) a requiem was held for the dead queen(4) His first great success, The Confession of Isobel Gowdie, which was acclaimed at its Proms premiere in 1990, was a requiem for a Catholic victim of a Protestant witch-hunt.(5) Normally, when performed by an orchestra and a full-sized chorus, this requiem is pretty imposing stuff, even if Brahms was careful to ensure that it remained both human and humane.(6) Classical composers would write a requiem mass, and the audience would instantly have a framework of life and death, God and man, to work within.(7) The task of composing a unified ├ö├ç├┐Dies irae├ö├ç├û made Poulenc shy from a full requiem .(8) A requiem written by Brahms on the death of his mother distils yearning, bereavement, knowledge that this world is transient - yet so, also, will be his grief.(9) Structured as a musical requiem , the score, as well Brian Emrich's soundscape, envelopes the action, making strong use of the audio landscape.(10) His latest book is a collection of his writings, which as you'd guess from its title, Jazz and Its Discontents, is almost a requiem for jazz.(11) Rieter subsequently published several of Brahms's works, most notably the German requiem , which was composed in part in 1866, while visiting Rieter in Winterthur.(12) ├ö├ç├┐Ergh├ö├ç├û says the unfortunate sap listening to said requiem .(13) His next project, to be unveiled at Salzburg this summer, is that most old-fashioned of musical forms, a requiem .(14) Also, the apocalyptic vistas of the requiem mass were foreign to Poulenc's artistic temperament.(15) Let's hope that classical music in North America is not yet ready for a requiem !(16) For example, the first movement, ├ö├ç├┐Introitus,├ö├ç├û uses the opening movement to the requiem mass with its reference to ├ö├ç├┐lux perpetua luceat eis.├ö├ç├û
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(1) requiem mass ::
missa pro Defunctis
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Noun
1. dirge ::
lamentum
2. coronach ::
coronach
3. lament ::
cane lugubre
4. threnody ::
threnody
Different Forms
requiem, requiems
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