This so-called “Madonna of the Magnificat” was painted in Florence around 1485 by Sandro Botticelli and his team.
The "Hosanna" is again heard, and the symphony ends in soft harmonies (B major) with the first Magnificat theme.
During the Magnificat I was, I regret to say, almost overcome with sleep.
The next she knew was that she heard the Magnificat being sung in honour of her cure.
Plummer wonders if James had not heard his mother recite the Magnificat.
At vespers, the choir sang a motet, and the Magnificat in German, besides leading the congregation in some hymns.
I couldn't so much as go through the Magnificat if you were to shoot me.'
I should however prefer the cantatas: he already has the "Magnificat" and the Motets, and others.
With his mighty voice, he filled the church when he led the Magnificat at vespers.
I have a special, undiluted dislike of one picture,—the Magnificat.
c.1200, from Latin third person singular of magnificare (see magnificence), from first words of the Virgin's hymn (Luke i:46, in Vulgate Magnificat anima mea dominum "My soul doth magnify the Lord") used as a canticle.