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Sentence count:44Posted:2017-03-31Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: RequiemcoronachdirgelamentthrenodySimilar words: requirerequiteobsequiesrequiredrequisiteunrequitedrequirementrequisitionMeaning: ['rekwɪem]  n. 1. a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person 2. a musical setting for a Mass celebrating the dead 3. a Mass celebrated for the dead. 
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1 Have you heard the new recording of Mozart's Requiem?
2 Let the whirlwind mourn its requiem.
3 His celebration was also a requiem.
4 The festival opens with a performance of Mozart's Requiem.
5 It is the first performance of Berlioz's Requiem in this city in over 20 years.
6 Even more remarkably, two days later a requiem for Zita was held in St Matthew's church in Budapest.
7 He has dreams of writing a requiem for the industrial soul that has been ripped out of his mid-western home.
8 All you need is love - the requiem for John Lennon, prophet of peace who met a similar fate.
9 An archbishop presided at her requiem and her bier was carried through the city by leading members of the civil authorities.
10 But his main preoccupation was with the unfinished Requiem, which had begun to prey on his mind.
11 Mozart died while he was composing the Requiem.
12 To thy high requiem become a sod.
13 The Requiem is on the list for today's concert.
14 I will sing a requiem for the land walkers.
15 Dona eis requiem sempiternam. Grant them eternal rest.
16 In 1957, the BBC produced Rod Serling's play Requiem for a heavyweight.
17 REQUIEM - villagers band together in an attempt to force their landlord to let them bury their dead.
18 In addition[], his "Requiem" has become a valuable religious music masterpiece.
19 Constanze, thoroughly alarmed, forbade him to do any more work on the Requiem until his health improved.
20 Naturally this order, which Halifax had in his little church, was appropriate for his requiem.
21 He received an unsigned letter, delivered by an unknown messenger, asking him to write a Requiem Mass.
22 This difference between the two archbishops was illustrated over the memorial requiem in York minster for Lord Halifax.
23 A whole range of intercessory objects was also outlawed, as were prayers to the saints, pilgrimages,( and requiem masses.
24 The work forms part of a triptych - combining also the Requiem and Stabat Mater.
25 Aa pall , used to represent the corpse at a requiem Mass celebrated after the burial.
26 Britten's moving Sinfonia looks ahead to his monumental War Requiem.
27 "Libera," which is based on the Libera Me portion of the Requiem Mass.
28 Behind me, the Washington Symphony Orchestra is playing Mozart's Requiem.
29 Still wouldst thou sing, and I have ears in vain - To thy high requiem become a sod.
30 If the poor abb é had not been in such a hurry, he might had his requiem.
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