Alleluia

(from the article `Thompson, Randall`) Of his three symphonies the second was especially successful. Notable among his vocal works are the Alleluia for unaccompanied choir (1940) and The ...
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Alleluia

• (n.) Alt. of Alleluiah
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Alleluia

[chant] The word `Alleluia` or `Hallelujah` (from Hebrew הללו יה), which literally means `Praise ye Yah` or `Praise Jah, you people`, is used in different ways in Christian liturgies. `Praise Jah` is a short form of `Praise Yahweh`, or of `praise ye Jehovah`. In the spelling `Alleluia`, the term is also used to refer to a liturgical ....
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Alleluia

[Thompson] Alleluia is a piece for unaccompanied SATB chorus by Randall Thompson. Composed over the first five days of July in 1940, it was given its world premiere on July 8 of that year at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood under the direction of G. Wallace Woodworth. The work was written on a commission from Serge Koussevitzky, dir...
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alleluia

a highly melismatic responsorial chant from the mass.
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Alleluia

Alleluia, Latin form of the expression Hallelujah.
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