Moravian


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Moravian

1. of or relating to Moravia, its people, or their dialect of Czech
2. of or relating to the Moravian Church
3. the Moravian dialect
4. a native or inhabitant of Moravia
5. a member of the Moravian Church
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Congregation collections included anthems and sacred solos and duets with orchestral accompaniment written by Moravian composers, but also derived from contemporary European composers.
Education and literacy were already a hallmark of the original Unitas Fratrum (Jednota bratrska) that had preceded the eighteenth-century worldwide mission-minded Renewed Moravian Church in what today is the Czech Republic.
Koenig was also greatly influenced by the life and work of Count Zinzendorf, the German religious and social reformer and bishop of the Moravian Church.
The Moravian Music Foundation announces the receipt of a significant gift facilitating the conversion to WorldCat of book and card-catalog records of early American Moravian musical treasures.
The past two decades have given rise to a veritable explosion of scholarship on Moravian activity in the early modern Atlantic world.
The new Supraphon CD Janacek: Moravian Folk Songs has been heralded by the label as the latest album of the soprano Martina Jankova, yet It is the fruit of a precious interpretations
The Friends of Red House have joined with Gomersal Moravian Church to hold a party in the restored 1830s garden on Saturday.
Betti examines the creation of the Moravian archdiocese, of which St.
Cultural Encounters at Cape Farewell: The East Greenlandic Immigrants and the German Moravian Mission in the Nineteenth Century.
Miller tells the story of Moravian Jewry in the first half of the nineteenth century from the Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment) to the initial emancipation of the Jews within the Habsburg Empire during the Revolution of 1848 (they were emancipated again in 1867) through intricate examination of the religious, ideological, political, and socioeconomic challenges that transformed it.
This two-volume set is the product of a collaboration between the Cherokee National Historical Society in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and the Moravian Archives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.