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Big Bird sings about wanting Snuffilufigus for Christmas.  Anne Hathaway sings along with him. Young students will enjoy this fun song. (1:32)

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When any musicians perform they refer to something pre-existent, something we might call a ‘model’ or ‘referent’. For musicians performing written music, the most important of these (although not necessarily the only one) is the score or part from which they perform. Depending on the particular genre and period in question, the performer may have freedom to choose or alter certain parameters (tempo, dynamics, phrasing, in some cases the notes themselves), but the score will indicate,
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Duncan G. Stroik, AIA, associate professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame deliverered this lecture at the "Extending and Transforming the Tradition of Catholic Sacred Architecture" symposium, co-hosted by University of Notre Dame and The Catholic University of America on Saturday, May 1, 2010.
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