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He also incorporates angelic choirs, oriental vocals and special effects.
The interior is illuminated by twenty-four stained glass windows featuring angelic choirs.
Starbursts, mim1 1 3 ing angelic choirs, tiny dancing creatures with wings.
No angelic choirs here!
According to medieval Christian theologians, the angels are organized into several orders, or "Angelic Choirs".
The forest murmurs of the opening and the delicate soaring of angelic choirs were uncannily intimate.
He heard the angelic choirs singing "the saints shall go from virtue to virtue, the God of Gods will appear in Sion."
Filled with soaring melodies and classical orchestration, more than 25 actors and soloists were accompanied by two massive angelic choirs with 150 singers in each.
He hears a pulsing symphonic crescendo of shimmering angelic choirs as he embraces her and murmurs, "I love you, Ellie.
On December 15, 1936, Rädler had another apparition of angelic choirs singing: "O Mary Immaculate, conceived without sin, beloved Lady of Victory, pray for us".
Working with a synthesizer, Mr. Markoe produces a blend of angelic choirs, celestial bells and chimes, and the strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion of the traditional orchestra.
Musicians trooped all over Carnegie Hall: a triumphal marching band from offstage, brass choirs from the back of the orchestra seats, angelic choirs singing from their balcony roost.
This is especially true when he deals with hymns which were known to have been first sung by angelic choirs - such as the Amen, Alleluia, Trisagion, Sanctus and Doxology.
If he is a Cherub or a Throne then he is also a "prince of heaven" found in Jewish law and is a caretaker of the seven heavens and the angelic choirs.
And instead of the old quiet close-ups, she places her vocals in new, reverberating spaces defined by electric guitar chords or hovering angelic choirs and sometimes both, as in "Lay Your Head Down" (myspace.com/kerenann).
Pitchfork Media's Andrew Ryce cited it as a "standout" on the album and commented that it "unfolds in an ethereal cloud of synth, voices streaming like angelic choirs before stumbling into a verse buoyed by its own euphoria."
The first, which retained currency in Greek theological and mystical speculation until the dissolution of the empire, was the belief in the angelic transmission of sacred chant: the assumption that the early Church united men in the prayer of the angelic choirs.
Instead of celestial choirs, there were trucks snorting on the Freeway.
Why couldn't He have used a doorbell instead to notify us, or one of His celestial choirs?
Then we were only the celestial choirs, and each new development prompted its psalms and canticles.
Enya's tunes show Celtic roots, but her voice is usually overdubbed into celestial choirs.
The celestial choirs were a little more muffled the next day, in the White House Rose Garden.
All that harpin' and allelujerin' and celestial choirs.
The sage was withered from the lake, and no birds sang; or else they chorused thrillingly, like celestial choirs.
There she was transported seven times a day by angels into the presence of God, "where she heard, with her bodily ears, the delightful harmonies of the celestial choirs."
Especially powerful is the scene in which angels bear Faust's remains to the heavens ("Gerettet ist das edle Glied") and celestial choirs rejoice at the flawed man's transformation.
He heard a ringing, not-unpleasant musical overtone underlying it all, which brought to mind the stories he'd been told as a child about the highly paid celestial choirs that worked the Great Lounge of the Divine Treasury.
Praying the chaplet is said to provide great benefits for those who pray it often, among which are the continuous assistance from Saint Michael the Archangel and the company of one angel of each of the nine celestial choirs when approaching communion.
In the course of the campaign, Clinton has tried out at least a dozen lines of attack against Obama, from ridiculing his message of hope-"The sky will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing"-to questioning his preparedness.
Along the way, there's music: rural rancheras and polkas, played by the Mexican-American band Los Lobos, and celestial choirs and orchestras to support the supernatural declamations of San Miguel (Ms. Ronstadt) and Lucifer (Robert Beltran).
Even on this impressive record there were the inevitable lapses, like the hokey arrangement of "Somewhere" from "West Side Story," turned into intergalactic New Age music, with Ms. Streisand's voice processed through an electronic echo chamber and backed by the synthesized sounds of celestial choirs.