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Ambrose

Saint. ?340--397 ad, bishop of Milan; built up the secular power of the early Christian Church; also wrote music and Latin hymns. Feast day: Dec. 7 or April 4
1. Curtly ('k3:tlI). born 1963, Antiguan cricketer; played for the West Indies 1987--2000
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The Ambrosian Rite is an ancient Catholic liturgical tradition found in parts of Milan, Lombardy and Ticino.
6:5, however, neither Symmachus nor the Ambrosian Codex uses these affinities as a basis for interpreting [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
English Chamber Orchestra, Ambrosian Singers conducted by Benjamin Britten.
He began to sing for the impresario John McCarthy, who organised groups of singers which appeared under several different names, including the Ambrosian Singers.
Although deeply influenced by the Counter Reformation, the Milanese or Ambrosian liturgy (which was used in Milan and its suburbs) remained independent from the Roman rite.
Soon the whole coach had drifted off into an idyllic, banana dreamworld where all the harvest was in small, but perfectly formed European shapes, with an Ambrosian taste that entirely surpassed the American usurpers.
Hrubyova, Vishnevskaya, Dlouhy, Gedda, Hanicinec, Petkov, Necka, Krenn, Ambrosian Opera Chorus and London Philharmonic Orchestra, Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor.
We Give You Thanks and Praise: The Ambrosian Eucharistic Prefaces.
Gergiev has the more authentically Russian-sounding chorus, no doubt attributable to the fact that they are Russian, as opposed to Muti's decidedly English Ambrosian Chorus.
The archbishop established an Ambrosian Library Foundation in the United States together with the University of Notre Dame and other bodies.
The transitoria of the Ambrosian Mass: compositional process in ecclesiastical chant.
An added feature are his sketches of corresponding rites of the Byzantine, Ambrosian, and, in some cases, Anglican liturgies.