A liturgic sound reaches our ears at a cross path off the road, and a general silence is made in the thick crowd.
There, on all sides, are heard convent bells and liturgic sounds.
He pronounced ou as u, 'a l'Italienne'; for his liturgic training had been received in Rome.
Throughout the movement is this alternation of liturgic chorale with tender melody.
The theory and practice of the liturgic chant is a science of large dimensions and much difficulty.
Even Quinet notices this liturgic impotence of the Ultramontane religion.
First of all, the liturgic language was no longer the native idiom but Greek.
It is at about this time that we find indications of the more systematic development of the liturgic priestly chant.
Neither is there any authority that has the right to select any system or body of liturgic song and compel its introduction.
This is the origin of the liturgic chant of ancient peoples, and also, by historic continuation, of the Gregorian melody.