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Monday, November 28, 2005

Just a note...

Does anyone else think that we need better terminology to refer to the lay singers in liturgical celebrations? If so, what? Because neither 'lay clerk' or 'vicar choral' is suitable most of the time these days and (certainly the women... did I say 'women singing'?!?!) can't come under this terminology... and we're not real cantors either.

Just a thought... but it's irritating when you have to distinguish between choir and choir, kwim?

In caritate Xp,


Comments [4]

Blogger chrysogonus:

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Mon Nov 28, 08:23:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Boeciana:

Does one pronounce 'kwim' as a word? I quite like it!

Tue Nov 29, 01:37:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Liturgeist:

I pronounce it... know what I mean? Maybe it'll enter common usage amongst the plebs...

Thu Dec 01, 11:50:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Boeciana:

I think 'kwim' as a word is preferable to 'know wot i mean'... and much better than 'innit'!

Thu Dec 01, 06:24:00 PM GMT  

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