missa cantata
noun Etymology: New Latin, sung mass Date: circa 1903 high mass

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  • Missa Cantata — (Latin for sung Mass ) is a form of Tridentine Mass defined officially in 1960 as a sung Mass celebrated without sacred ministers, i.e., deacon and subdeacon.[1] Other names in pre 1960 sources: Missa cantata sine Ministris (Sung/Chanted Mass… …   Wikipedia

  • missa cantata — /mis euh keuhn tah teuh/ a Mass whose music is equivalent to that of the High Mass but that is less elaborate in its celebration. Also called sung Mass. [1900 05; < LL: lit., sung mass; see MASS, CANTATA] * * * …   Universalium

  • missa cantata — /mis euh keuhn tah teuh/ a Mass whose music is equivalent to that of the High Mass but that is less elaborate in its celebration. Also called sung Mass. [1900 05; LL: lit., sung mass; see MASS, CANTATA] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Missa Cantata — noun a Catholic Mass that is less elaborate than a High Mass, but with equivalent sung liturgical parts …   Wiktionary

  • Missa Pro Populo — (Latin: Mass for the People, ) is a term used in liturgical texts and rules of the church. It refers to the requirement of all ordained Pastors to say Mass for the people of their Parish. This is as opposed to a mass said for a particular person …   Wikipedia

  • Missa Sicca — The Missa Sicca (Latin: dry Mass ) was a common form of devotion used in the medieval Roman Catholic Church for funerals or marriages which were served in the afternoon, when a real Mass (liturgy) could not be said. It consisted of all the Mass… …   Wikipedia

  • missa —   n. (pl. ae ) Roman Catholic, service of mass.    ♦ missa bassa, low mass.    ♦ missa    ♦ cantata,    ♦ missa media, sung mass, without deacon or high mass ceremonial.    ♦ missa privata, low mass, or one at which only priest communicates.    ♦ …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Missa (Bach) — A Missa (Mass) of Johann Sebastian Bach is in general a composition of the Latin Mass by the German Baroque composer. More specifically, Missa (or Missa brevis or Lutheran Mass) refers to one of his four short masses in F major, A major, G minor… …   Wikipedia

  • Missa in honorem Sanctae Ursulae — Michael Haydn completed the Missa in honorem Sanctae Ursulae, Klafberg I:18, MH 546, on August 5, 1793, probably for use at the ceremony in which Ursula Oswald, the daughter of a friend, professed her religious vows at the Benedictine Abbey of… …   Wikipedia

  • Tridentine Mass — For the forms of the Mass liturgy prior to 1570, see Pre Tridentine Mass. Tridentine Mass in a chapel of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston The Tridentine Mass is the form of the Roman Rite Mass contained in the typical editions …   Wikipedia

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