Sacred Music

Some articles on sacred music, sacred, music:

Louie Bellson - Biography
... picture soundtrack of Assault on a Queen in 1966, and A Concert of Sacred Music which is sometimes called The First Sacred Concert in 1965 ... In 2006 a new album appeared, The Sacred Music of Louie Bellson and the Jazz Ballet ... The Jazz Joy and Roy syndicated radio show, "I like to call (Sacred) 'how The Master used two maestros,'" adding, "When (Ellington) did his sacred concert back in 1965 with Louie on ...
St Mary's Church, Warrington - Sacred Music
... church is known for hosting high quality sacred music concerts, and also has a weekly series of Wednesday lunchtime organ recitals ...
Live Earth Concert, Rome - Heptavium/Live Earth: The Concert
... the Cathedralia Project, an endeavour of original sacred music between Rome and the USA, conceived as well as composed by D'Alessandra and planned for the next decade ... City of God" followed, mentioning the sacred aspect of earthly nature, concluded by an intervention on behalf of the Live Earth event by acclaimed film producer Lawrence ... The second part of the concert, consisting of symphonic and choral sacred music, saw the deployment of the largest orchestra the Church had ever experienced ...
Music History Of Portugal - The Baroque Period and The Italian Influence - Opera and Sacred Music Under D. José I and D. Maria I
... Maria, the gifted music students of the Patriarchal are sent to Santo Onofre Conservatory in Naples ... these students distinguished in the Neapolitan operatic style, as well as in the sacred music ... Besides his operatic and sacred music production, he may also be considered the most remarkable keyboard composer of the time ...

Famous quotes containing the words music and/or sacred:

    The man that hath no music in himself,
    Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds,
    Is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils.
    The motions of his spirit are dull as night,
    And his affections dark as Erebus.
    Let no such man be trusted.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The people who make wars, the people who reduce their fellows to slavery, the people who kill and torture and tell lies in the name of their sacred causes, the really evil people in a word—these are never the publicans and the sinners. No, they’re the virtuous, respectable men, who have the finest feelings, the best brains, the noblest ideals.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)