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Music to your ears (Posted on 2010-11-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
I quote an ancient Latin hymn for St. John the Baptist's Day:

* queant laxis
*sonare fibris
*ra gestorum
*muli tuorum,
*ve polluti
*bii reatum, Sancte Joannes.

What syllables are missing?
What special meaning do they have?
Why was St.J. more suitable than some other saint?

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SolutionMusic to our earsLarry2010-11-29 08:59:23
Hints/Tipsre: no music yet A HINT , not a spoilerAdy TZIDON2010-11-29 02:34:56
no music yetLarry2010-11-28 21:46:24
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