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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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Just at that instant the landlord, who was standing at the gate of the inn, exclaimed, "Here comes a fine troop of guests; if they stop here we may say gaudeamus.
The newly formed Meltham Community Choir led by Kate Buchanan sang Good News and Gaudeamus and the Combined Schools Choir sang While Shepherds Watched.
The following summary also includes the world premiere in September of a composition by Frantisek Chaloupka at the Gaudeamus Muziekweek in the Netherlands.
Malondra, we are told, has also been the recipient of several grants and awards and his compositions have been performed by orchestras in international festivals, such as Donaueschinger Musiktage, Gaudeamus Muziekweek, and L'Auditoride Barcelona.
Middlesbrough Town Hall community choir received a rapturous applause for their performance of the song Gaudeamus.
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.
The University of Amsterdam will take over vital elements of the MCN collections, such as the renowned Jazz Archive, the archives of the Gaudeamus foundation, and a selection of books and periodicals suiting the needs of students, journalists, critics, researchers, and staff in the field of musicology.
As an aside, let it be hereby noted that the Tartu Male Choir Gaudeamus won first place among the male choirs and the festival Grand Prix at the first international choir festival Tallinn-72.
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.
The formation and expansion of Croatian heritage language schools and the support they received from HISAK-CSAC have garnered attention in studies by its long-rime director Ljubo Krasic, as well as shorter informative pieces collected in the 1994 book Unknown Journey: A History of Croatians in Canada (Sopta and Scardellato 1994) and in several issues of the periodical Gaudeamus (1993-94), published by the Association of Alumni and Friends of Croatian Universities.
The photographer selected one image from each of the five seasons to illustrate the Latin song Gaudeamus igitur--life's journey from the joys of youth to the weariness of old age and beyond.