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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Li cantori infrascitti sono a chi si potrebbe dare ricompensa per havere qualche diffetto nella voce, et in cambio loro rimettere alla giornata degli altri, che non habbiano voce aspra o rauca ne disona, ma canora, suave, et chiara
Questo ancora fa tenore, et entro in collegio de cantori col Motu proprio nel tempo del pontificato di Paulo iii.
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.
Cantoris is performing a Great North Run concert on the evening of September 14, the day before this year's race.
Vox cantoris and Toronto Catholic Witness took action to inform the Chancery office that the policy that Cardinal Ambrozic had issued was not being heeded.