We chant and pray...well...prayers and praises to the Lord our God and prayers asking angels and saints to pray for us. We give praise and thanks to Him and we mainly ask him to forgive our sins and save us from the fires of hell.
It is because of the chant the fans came up with for them. It goes "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say dey gon' beat dem Saints?!". So, naturally people just sometimes call the Saints the "Who Dats" as a nickname. The fans are in turn called "Who Dat Nation" instead of just being called Saints fans all the time.
what is the gregorian chant? or what was the gregorian chant?
It began circa 1983, when Bum Phillips was head coach of the Saints and the team came close to making the playoffs. New Orleans fans adopted a popular football chant and adopted it as their own. It went: "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints? Who dat? Who dat?" Occasionally, opposing teams would defeat the Saints and respond, "We dat!"
byzantine chant notation
The Chant was created in 1984.
You will have to say what it is that you wish to compare with Gregorian Chant. 'What does Gregorian Chant have in common with .... ?'
A cheer chant is hard to put in words...this is an example of a chant: Touchdown touchdown!! hope this helps!
THe crowd continued to chant.
Monophonic is the simplest method of performing chant.
No. The chant 'defense' is used in the sport of American football.
a chant poem is a type of heart disease
War Eagle is the kickoff chant.
The past tense of chant is chanted.
Chanakya's Chant was created in 2010.
OU Chant was created in 1936.
Masters of Chant was created in 2000.
Yalla Chant was created in 1995.
Chant II was created in 1994.
Michael Chant was born in 1945.
Yes, the word 'chant' is both a noun (chant, chants) and a verb (chant, chants, chanting, chanted). Examples:Noun: He recited a chant his mother would say to put him to sleep as a child.Verb: The crowd began to chant, 'Go, Jimmy, go!".