in his duobus locis in chirotecis et annulis cure baculo debet ballare, et non plus per annum.
Ildefonsus, into the Saturnalian nonsense of a precentor
Based on the English pattern, lining-out was a common practice in early colonial Anglican churches and consisted of singing metrical psalms one line at a time, alternating between the precentor
and the congregation.
In Worms, the women had a separate building only connected to the main synagogue by a gallery, and medieval records make reference to two lady precentors
with the very picturesque names of Urania and Richenza in Worms and Nuremberg respectively.
of Wells in July 1583: John LeNeve, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857 .
At the end of the Wesak ceremony, the precentor
chants an offertory wishing that the light of the Buddha's teaching will illuminate and assist all beings of this world.
1715), buried in the Cassipora cemetery, is identified on her tombstone as a precentor
More recently, Jerome Mazzaro has mentioned the possibility of a chorus master as the author and suggests that it is "likely that the precentor
also directed the Mystere d'Adam" ("The Mystere d'Adam and Christian Memory," Comparative Drama 31 [1997-98]: 485).
lJames Bethell has his first winner since his move to Middleham when Precentor
(Alan Munro) gets the better of Cronk's Courage (Eric Alston/Michael Hills) in the sprint handicap at Beverley.
CCCC 402 (a copy of Ancrene wisse addressed to a single anchoress) was given to Wigmore Abbey by John Purcel at the request of a brother Walter of Ludlow, the current precentor
It was a field for which, with his intelligence and his sympathetic, imaginative character, he was at least superficially suited, and to the extent that he could rely on any family influence at all it was in that world, for another uncle, Jaques Sterne, was archdeacon of Cleveland and precentor
of York Minster.
Severim de Faria included his life of Camoes in his Discursos Varios Politicos, published by Manuel de Carvalho in 1624 in Evora, where Severim de Faria was canon and precentor
of the cathedral.