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It is the opinion of this writer that the patron saint of music is Saint Cecilia. The basis for this statement is the old adage that music is a way of communicating the soul – a fact that can be proven by the presence of her relics in the cathedral of St. Cecilia in Trastevere in Rome.
Cecilia was the most famous Christian singer and musician of the early church. She was born in a wealthy family in the Roman area of Aletrium, probably in the year 177, and belonged to the nobility. She was therefore educated like a Roman lady.
As a young girl Cecilia was interested in music and became a skilled player on the lyre, the ancient string instrument. However, it was not until her adult years that she felt drawn to embrace the Christian faith.
Her death is traditionally assigned to the year 304, but it is more likely that she died many years earlier. St. Ambrose of Milan (340-397) wrote a detailed account of her life, and in subsequent centuries it was widely accepted that she had died as early as 296.
The funeral was celebrated by St. Ambrose, and possibly by his brother St. Augustine. According to the church tradition, Cecilia’s body was cremated on a pyre that was placed in a crystal box, and taken by soldiers to a new cemetery, the present-day San Colombano Maggiore. Her tomb was where the present-day church of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere was constructed; this is the building with a basilica dedicated to Saint Cecilia.
The early Christian Church regarded music as one of the gifts of God, and the entertainment of people with it was therefore forbidden. The ancient Church had a wealthy clerical