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Definition of Magnificat

Magnificat
Magnificat Mag*nif"i*cat, n. [L., it magnifies.] The song of the Virgin Mary, --Luke i. 46; -- so called because it commences with this word in the Vulgate.

Meaning of Magnificat from wikipedia

- The Magnificat (Latin for "[My soul] magnifies [the Lord]") is a canticle, also known as the Song of Mary, the Canticle of Mary and, in the Byzantine tradition...
- Johann Sebastian Bach's Magnificat, BWV 243, is a musical setting of the biblical canticle Magnificat. It is scored for five vocal parts (two sopranos...
- The Madonna of the Magnificat, Italian: Madonna del Magnificat, is a painting of circular or tondo form by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli...
- The Magnificat is a Christian canticle found in the Gospel of Luke. Magnificat may also refer to: Settings of the canticle: Magnificat in E-flat major...
- Martin Luther's German translation of the Magnificat. German Magnificat may also refer to: German Magnificat (Bach), Johann Sebastian Bach's cantata Meine...
- Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas, motets, m****es, Magnificats, P****ions, oratorios, four-part chorales, songs and arias. His instrumental music...
- Novus Magnificat is Latin for "New Magnificat". Inspired by Western cl****ical and sacred music, Novus Magnificat was self-defined as "A Magnificat and Exaltate...
- Antonio Vivaldi made several versions of his G minor setting of the Magnificat canticle. He scored his best known[according to whom?] version, RV 610,...
- refers to two chapters: Chapter 3: Messen, Messensätze, Magnificat (M****es, M**** movements, Magnificat), original range: BWV 232–243 Chapter 4: P****ionen,...
- The Magnificat, in Latin also canti**** Beat(issim)ae Virginis Mariae (the song of the (most) Blessed Virgin Mary), is a common part of Christian worship...
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