OCIST

AcronymDefinition
OCISTCistercians (religious order)
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Whether all of these detached sheet music with colorful content belonged to the erstwhile protective cover, which was acquired by Stams Abbot Rogerius Sailer OCist (reigned 1742-1766), and today is a still completely present edition with eleven voices, remains perhaps questionable.
393-ca.466) (52), Epifanio de Salamina (ca.315-403) (53), Beda el Venerable (673-735) (54), y algunas obras de San Buenaventura (OEM, 1221-1274) (55), San Bernardo de Claravall (OCist, 1090-1153) (56), y Santo Tomas de Aquino (op, 1225-274) (57).
1686-1756) (170), Diego Antonio Frances de urritigoyti (1656-1673) (171), Valentin de la Madre de Dios (OCD) (172), Francisco Toledo Enrique de Villalobos (OFM) (173), Hermann Busembaum (si, 1600-1668) (174), Juan Caramuel Lobkowitz (OCist, 1606-1682) (175), Martino Bonacina (1585-1631) (176), Martin de Torrecilla (OFMCap, ca.