Re: History of constructed languages
|From:||Elyse M. Grasso <emgrasso@...>|
|Date:||Monday, April 11, 2005, 0:34|
On Sunday 10 April 2005 03:37 pm, Sally Caves wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ray Brown" <ray.brown@...>
Sabaoth occurs in the old Latin mass. I think in the Sanctus, but it's been a
long time since I sang one. (If you can find liner notes for Beethoven's Mass
in C Major, that will have it, because that's the mass I sang.) I don't think
malacoth occurs in the main liturgy, but it may have shown up in High masses
or requiems or something... liner notes for other religious pieces might have
The World of Cherani Station
> Osanna, sanctus Deus sabaoth,
> superillustrans claritate tua
> felices ignes horum malacoth.
> [Can't get the accent marks, sorry).
> Now sabaoth is Kabbalistic, isn't it? One of the 72 Divine Names? I
> recognize it from Moshe Idel's _Kabbalah_. I don't know about malacoth. Is
> that made up?
> Go here
> For an excellent discussion of all the neologisms in Dante's Paradiso.
> Apparently he makes some of the words up, like teodia, 25:73.