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The name "Cecilia" applied generally to Roman women who belonged to the plebeian clan of the Caecilii.
Legends and hagiographies, mistaking it for a personal name, suggest fanciful etymologies. Among those cited by Chaucer in " The Second Nun's Tale " are: lily of heaven, the way for the blind, contemplation of heaven and the active life, as if lacking in blindness, and a heaven for people to gaze upon. During the restoration of the church in the year Cardinal Sfondrato had the high altar examined and found under it Cecilia sarcophagi, with the relics of the saintsthat Pope Paschal had transported thither.
Recent excavations beneath the church, executed at the instigation and expense of Cecilia Rampolla, disclosed remains of Roman buildings, which have remained accessible. A richly adorned underground chapel was built beneath the middle aisleand in it a latticed windowopening over the altar, allows a view of the receptacles in which the bones of the saints repose.
In a side chapel of the church there have long been shown the remains of the bath in which, according to the ActsCecilia was put to death. The oldest representations of St.
Cecilia show her in the attitude usual for martyrs in the Christian art of the earlier centuries, either with the crown of martyrdom in her hand e. Apollinare Nuovo in Ravennain a sixth-century mosaic or in the attitude of prayeras an Orans e.
In the apse of her church in Trastevere is still preserved the Cecilia made under Pope Paschalwherein she is represented in rich garments as patroness of the pope. Medieval pictures of the saint are very frequent; since the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries Cecilia is given the organ as an attribute, or is represented as playing on the organevidently to express what was often attributed to her in panegyrics and poems based on the Actsviz.
In this way the saint was brought into closer relation with music. When the Academy of Music was founded at Rome she was made patroness of the institute, whereupon her veneration as patroness of church Cecilia in general became still more universal; today Cecilian societies musical associations exist everywhere. The organ is now her ordinary attribute; with it Cecilia was represented by Raphael in a famous picture preserved at Bologna.
In another magnificent masterpiece, the marble statute beneath the high altar of the above-mentioned church of St. Cecilia at RomeCarlo Maderna represented her lying prostrate, just as she had received the death-blow from the executioner's hand.
Her feast is celebrated in the Latin and the Greek Church on 22 November. In the "Martyrologium Hieronymainum" are commemorated other martyrs of this name, but of none of them is there any exact historical information. One suffered martyrdom in Carthage with Dativus in Caciliae virg. Ikonographie Freiburg im Br. Caeciliae martyris, in Ephemerides liturgicae Rome, Sept.
APA citation. Early in the morning, they were involved in Cecilia car accident near Benavente. She, along with musician Carlos de la Iglesia, died. She was buried in the Madrilenian Cementerio de la Almudena. She brought and combined into her music her American and Middle East experiences and also looked into Spanish folk tradition and literature.
She sang in English and Spanish. She performed and recorded songs of these artists. The front cover of her first album Cecilia shows Evangelina wearing a boxing glove, a clear reference to Paul Simon's song " The Boxer ". Cecilia wrote and recorded her own compositions in her studio recordings.
She composed about 70 songs.
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