cantoris


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cantoris

Of (or belonging to) the cantor or pre-cantor, for example—the cantoris side of the choir in a church; the left or north side as one faces the altar.
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For a rich theological exploration of the connection between doing and preaching from Innocents milieu, see: Petri Cantoris Parisiensis, Verbum Adbreviatum, 34-40.
Watson was also joined, briefly, in each half by Barnton Primary School Choir from Northwich, who sang with confidence, and clarity - something that wasn't always forthcoming from Frodsham's Cantoris.
To stud at 4 years and dam of: Operatic (1995 f by Goofalik; winner), Choirgirl (1996 f by Unfuwain; winner, Gr3-placed), Cuneythan (1997 c by Slip Anchor; Gr2 winner in Turkey), Choir School (1998 c by Unfuwain; unraced), Chorist (1999 f by Pivotal; Gr 1 winner), Cantoris (2000 g by Unfuwain; placed), Choir Leader (2001 f by Sadler's Wells; has run once), Choralist (2002 f by Danehill; unraced to date).
REG Hollinshead books Tony Cruz for his Bit Of A Lark in Haydock's Coral Cup and the 16 to 1 chance responds well to Cruz control to hold off the fast finishing Cantoris (D Holland).
He is publisher and bears sole responsibility for the editorial commentary on the blog, Vox cantoris and his accessible edition of Orlando Gibbons' 18th.