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Gaudeamus

 

(from Latin, “let us rejoice”), the name of a Latin medieval student song. It was also popular in later centuries among students of several countries, including pre-revolutionary Russia. It began with the words Gaudeamus igitur, juvenes dum sumus (“Let us rejoice while we are young”); it extolled life, youth, and knowledge.

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The world premiere of the Czech composer Frantisek Chaloupka's Stockhausen on Sirius was given within the New Masters of Contemporary Music evening at the Gaudeamus Muziekweek, which took place between 9 and 13 September in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
In Hradecke ekonomicke dny 2009: ekonomicky rozvoj a management regionu; Hradec Kralove: Gaudeamus, 2009.
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2009, Psychologie osobnosti I, Gaudeamus, Univerzita Hradec Kralove.
porque entiendanme apenas tengo ocho anos y eso significa caramelos de menta bochones de colores en marana gaudeamus varios de dulce de leche y maestras de guardapolvo blanco de las que estoy condenado a enamorarme nada mas que para no defraudar a Freud.
Gaudeamus - the female choir of Warwick University Music Centre - will be bringing together past and present members for its 20th anniversary concert at Earlsdon Methodist Church at Albany Road.
Con la presencia del autor de Como sierva sedienta (1998) entre el publico comenzo el gaudeamus sacrosanto de una musica que inflama los silencios y empapa las avideces.
Rogamus uos, igitur, primo Dei intuitu, cuius negocium agitur, secundo, naturalis amoris motu quem ad nostram habetis personam, quod in tribus nobis uestro consilio et adiutorio succurratis: primo, petimus per uos iuuari, ut, omnibus quibuscumque et inter quoscumque sedatis seditionibus, terram nostram in tranquilla pace possimus dimittere, qui nitimur adquirere alienas; secundo, petimus per uestrum consilium et adiutorium in isto negocio dirigi et foueri; tercio, petimus necessarium subsidium ut, dante Deo, uobiscum pariter de barbaris illis optata uictoria gaudeamus.
Birmingham's renowned choral group Ex Cathedra has seen its first CD Vivaldi Vespers re-issued after regaining the rights from the now defunct ASV Gaudeamus label.
To its left was Cafe Gaudeamus, a typical French bistro; to its right, a Japanese restaurant, Asia-Tee, featuring sushi.
Ja he vist fora de les viandes, taula parada ab molts tovallons, prometent, estos, ab les garrafes i ampolles prou bon gaudeamus.