Songs about Origo:

songsOrigo (Original Rework) by Airborne Angel from the Album Origo

songsMotet: Orto sole serene/Origo viri/Virga Iesse/[Tenor] by Anonymous 4 from the Album On Yoolis Night - Medieval carols & motets

songsAd Vigiliam Paschalem In Nocte Santa: Gloria "Lux Et Origo" by Dean Applegate Cantores in Ecclesia from the Album Cantemus Domino - A Treasury Of Gregorian Chant, Vol. III

songsBenedictio: Deus, fons et origo by Hervé Lamy and Members of Chur Grégorien de Paris and of the Children's Choir of Sainte-Croix de Neuilly from the Album Pater Noster: Gregorian Chant

songsEaster Day: Kyrie I: Lux et origo (mode 8) by The Sisters of Argentan from the Album Chants from Services: Christmas, Easter, Whitsun

songsFons Et Origo In Medio Ecclesiae. Introito Tropado. Tritus Plagalis (Modo VI) by Román García-Miguel Gallego from the Album Octoechos Latino - El Canto Gregoriano Y Sus Sistemas Melódicos.

songsKyrie i (Lux et origo) by Alberto Turco, Alessio Randon Nova Schola Gregoriana from the Album Chant grégorien : Dominica resurrectionis


Books about Origo:

booksIris Origo: Marchesa of Val D'Orcia by Caroline Moorehead (Jun 1, 2002)

booksOrigo Stepping Stones 2nd Grade Student Journal by Irons, Stowasser, Burton Burnett and Irons, Stowasser, Turton Burnett (2012)

booksHaven (Origo Book 1) by Tucker French (Jan 11, 2014)

booksWar in Val Dorcia 1943 1944 by Iris Origo l Summary & Study Guide by BookRags (Mar 23, 2012)

booksOrigo Education The book of FACTS Multiplication A Comprehensive Guide For Teaching Multiplication Facts (2007)

booksOrigo: Webster's Timeline History, 44 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksOrigo: The Distant Source by Wilma Truschnegg (Aug 3, 2002)


Wiki information Origo:


In pragmatics, the origo is the reference point on which deictic relationships are based. In most deictic systems, the origo identifies with the current speaker. For instance, if the speaker, John, were to say "This is now my fish", then John would...

Iris Origo
Writer, Deceased Person, Award Nominee, Author, Chivalric Order Member, Person

Iris Margaret Origo, Marchesa of Val d'Orcia, DBE, née Cutting, was an Anglo-Irish biographer and writer. She lived in Italy, and devoted much of her life to the improvement of the Tuscan estate at La Foce, near Montepulciano, which she purchased...