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Ululate
   means   
To Howl Loudly or Prolongedly in Lamentation or Joy
Giotto Di Bondone
   painted   
The Lamentation of Christ
1304-06, Italy; Cappella dei Scrovegni, Padua
Oy-yoy-yoy
   means   
An Exclamation of Sorrow and Lamentation
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   
The Lamentation Over the Dead Christ
1480; Italy; oil on canvas, Milan: Pinacoteca di Brera
Lamentation
   of   
Swans
Lamentation
   was choreographed by   
Martha Graham
First premiered in 1930. Music by Zoltan Kodály.
Niccolò Dell'Arca
   created the sculpture   
Lamentation Over the Dead Christ, C. 1463
Painted terracotta; in situ, Santa Maria della Vita, Bologna
Boney’s Lamentation
   relates to the   
Napoleonic Wars
Regarding Napoleon’s abdication
Haydn's Symphony No. 26
   has the nickname   
Lamentatione
Composed by Joseph Haydn
John Tavener
   composed   
Lamentations and Praises
12 male voices, string quartet, flute, bass trombone, percussion
Lamentations a Monument for the Dead World (1985)
   with a run time of   
7 Hrs
427 min
Thomas Tallis
   composed   
Lamentations of Jeremiah
C.1575
Chanticleer
   recorded   
John Tavener, Lamentations and Praises
Handel & Haydn Society of Boston ensemble; Teldec, 2001
Haydn's Symphony No. 26 in D Minor is commonly known as The Lamentatione Symphony.
1770
John Tavener
   composed   
Lamentations and Praises
The Tallis Scholars
   recorded   
Victoria: Lamentations of Jeremiah
Peter Phillips; Gimell Records, 2010; Grammy nominee






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