In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in a synagogue) solista del coro masculine(in a Christian church) sochantre masculine
- Scored for mixed chorus, tenor and organ, it was premiered at the synagogue with its cantor, David Putterman, singing the tenor solo.
- Look around a synagogue when a cantor offers a new tune for prayer, and both sides of the debate will become apparent.
- Often in non-orthodox settings, prayer is undertaken by the rabbi and the cantor.
- The ceremony is begun by the priest, assisted by a cantor or church choir that sings the responses.
- The lectors, the cantor, many of the servers and all those bringing up the gifts were female.
- He played on the Jewish soccer team, enjoyed listening to the cantor sing at the town synagogue and has maintained close friendships with several childhood Jewish friends.
- Hammer is a devout Orthodox Jew and the son of a synagogue cantor.
- As the cantor would be reading about the Temple, I would completely disconnect, planning my summer vacation, celebrating the end of my exams, or just hoping that the fast will go well this year.
- In my parish, I'm a cantor and choir member, and I really enjoy singing and leading the congregation in song.
- Openly lesbian and gay people act as Eucharistic ministers, lectors, and cantors and fully participate in many of the parish programs.
- The cantor's solo is the most passionate, heartrending music of the liturgical year.
- In a Lutheran service, there is a minister, a cantor, a servant, and an organist.
- The collection for parish choirs, congregations and cantors features new compositions by Liam Lawton and Kiltimagh born composer Ronan McDonagh.
- One thing I remember clearly is how she sang the cantor in the synagogue service.
- Her husband, cantor at a local Orthodox church, informed the police who arrested him.
- Too many American cantors ignore the subtlety of their sacred practice, an interpretive tradition that parallels the Oral Law of Jewish ritual practice in its cosmic vision and aim towards a higher purpose in life.
- Laypeople have served as readers, prayer leaders, cantors, communion ministers, announcers, and greeters, as well as ushers, acolytes, and musicians.
- I've celebrated Mass with the Catholics and served as a choir director and cantor.
- His mother was Rosalie Israelssohn while his father was Adolf Lasker, a cantor in the synagogue whose role there was to lead the liturgical prayers and chanting.
- When I am around people under 18, or working as a cantor in a Christian church, I either hide it or take it off as a sign of respect toward another's sacred space.
- On November 11, 18 and 25, the Tuam Archdiocese is running work-shops for cantors, leading the singing at Mass and on other occasions.
- The answer is chilling: many clergy persons in many churches and some rabbis and cantors participate.
- Synagogue services can be led by a rabbi, a cantor or a member of the congregation.
- I am not a cantor by profession, but my synagogue, like many, prefers to employ regular members like myself to lead the prayers instead of going the professional route.
- One of those is David Cherwien, cantor of Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, the same position Manz held for many years.
- Slowly, slowly I began to approach the Wall in fear and trembling like a pious cantor going to the lectern to lead the prayers.
- He spoke Yiddish and had been a cantor in a Harlem synagogue.
- Many boys also read the weekly Torah portion, having studied it in advance with a cantor or scholar experienced in reading the Torah.
- From the beginning of his career, he viewed his task as composer and cantor as the creation and performance of music for the glory of God.
- Unison congregational responses alternate with vernacular stanzas sung by a cantor.
- A member of a musical family, in which his mother, Rose, sang and played the songs of Cole Porter and Jerome Kern, and his grandfather was a cantor at a Bronx synagogue, young Alan joined right in.
- Finally, it's come to my attention that the up-and-coming Canadian boy band B4-4 is fronted by the twin sons of the cantor of my family synagogue.
- Liturgical worship was increasingly performed by clergy, with the cantors, for the laity; and the clergy were more heard than seen.
- Since 1999 she has been a regular cantor at St Patrick's Cathedral & is a freelance singer for weddings & other ceremonies
- Wolff traces his development as organist, composer, cantor, court musician and teacher, culminating in Bach's 27 years as cantor and music director in Leipzig.
- He approached a friend and colleague, John Braham, a former cantor, who had been baptized and had become the leading tenor in London.
- The cantor began to chant a soft melody called Kol Nidrei.
- The rich-toned chanting and counter-chanting of priests, cantors and people went on for two hours while candles smoked in the breeze and clouds rolled like gunsmoke over the shoulders of Psiloritis.
- Back at Maynooth College he joined the choir and became the senior cantor in charge of liturgical singing.
- The Jolson Story - Young Asa Yoelson lives with his parents in Washington where his father is a cantor at the local synagogue.
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