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Numerology information Laxis:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Songs about Laxis:
Ut queant laxis (Hymn to St. John the Baptist) (Voice) by Choralschola from the Album Gregorian Chant II - Hymns
Medieval teaching aid: Ut queant laxis by Westminster Cathedral Choir & Stephen Cleobury from the Album Gregorian Chant from Westminster Cathedral Choir (also from Argentan)
Ut queant laxis (Hymn to St. John the Baptist) (Voice) by Choralschola from the Album Npr Milestones Of The Millennium: Chant - Hymns And Sequences - Gloria In Excelsis Deo
In I Vesperis Hymnus: Ut Queant Laxis by Schola Sanctae Sunnivae & Hartkeriana from the Album Officium Et Missae In Nativitate Sancti Ioannis Baptistae (2cd)
Ut queant laxis (Hymn of St. John) (Solmization of note syllables) (Voice) by Choralschola of the Niederaltaicher Scholaren;Konrad Ruhland from the Album Gregorian Chant
Ut Queant Laxis 396Hz Epsilon by Technomind from the Album Solfeggio Healing Tones
Himne - "Ut Queant Laxis" (Chant) by Schola Gregoriana De Barcelona & Ramon Moragas from the Album O Magnum Mysterium: Selecció De Cants Gregorians
Books about Laxis:
Ut Queant Laxis (3 versets) by Jean Titelouze (Apr 25, 2013)
Ut Queant Laxis (Edition Peters No. 6289) by Bingham (1962)
Festival Piece on the Gregorian hymn Ut Queant Laxis : for organ, two trumpets, and two trombones by Gerard Farrell and Heinrich Wolheim (1982)
Ut queant laxis - Organ Sheet Music by Elliott Gyger (1971)
Theologia Moralis Inter Rigorem Et Laxi
Ut Queant Laxis (Hymn to St John the Baptist)
I Want To Be A Laxi Driver by Baker and O'Malley (1972)
Wiki information Laxis:
Ut queant laxis or Hymnus in Ioannem is a hymn in honour of John the Baptist written in Horatian Sapphics and traditionally attributed to Paulus Diaconus, the eighth century Lombard historian. It is famous for its association with a Gregorian chant...
Saint-Germain-Laxis is a commune in the Seine-et-Marne department in the Île-de-France region in north-central France.