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Mater Unigeniti. Nati penas inclyti.

The Medieval Latin Hymn

Ut sibi complaceam. Ob amorem filij. In die judicij. Fac me cruce custodiri. Cause me to be guarded by the cross,. Paradisi gloria.

Desire la mort main et soir. They have given their precious things. See, O Lord,. He has left me. O Lord, I have implored. Alexander Blachly is the recipient of the Noah Greenberg Award given by the American Musicological Society to stimulate historically aware performances and the study of historical performing practices.

Renaissance Motets for Lent

He has been active in early music as both performer and scholar since Blachly earned his post-graduate degrees in musicology from Columbia University and assumed the post of Director of Choral Music at the University of Notre Dame in In addition to Pomerium, Mr. Like many polyphonic hymn composers from the beginning of the sixteenth century, Palestrina expands the final polyphonic stanza from four to five voices, with the added voice and top voice sounding in strict, slow-motion canon. Suspensus est patibulo. Hebrew text. Hungarian text. Shall hymns of joy to God our King Be sung by slaves in foreign lands?

Along the banks where Babel's current flows, Our captive bands in deep despondence strayed; While Zion's fall in sad remembrance rose, Her friends, her children, mingled with the dead. The tuneless harp that once with joy we strung, When praise employed and mirth inspired the lay, In mournful silence on the willows hung, And growing grief prolonged the tedious day.

The barbarous tyrants, to increase the woe, With taunting smiles a song of Zion claim: Bid sacred praise in strains melodious flow, While they blaspheme the great Jehovah's name.

But how, in heathen chains and lands unknown, Shall Israel's sons a song of Zion raise? O hapless Salem, God's terrestrial throne, Thou land of glory, sacred mount of praise.

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If ever my memory lose thy lovely name, If my cold heart neglect my kindred race, Let dire destruction seize this guilty frame: My hand shall perish, and my voice shall cease. Yet shall the Lord, who hears when Zion calls, O'ertake her foes with terror and dismay, His arm avenge her desolated walls, And raise her children to eternal day.

The Confessions of Saint Augustine: Book 10

Our neglected harps unstrung, Not acquainted with the hand Of the skillful tuner, hung On the willow trees that stand Planted in the neighbor land. Yet the spiteful foe commands Songs of mirth, and bids us lay To dumb harps our captive hands, And to scoff our sorrows, say, Sing us some sweet Hebrew lay. But, say we, our holy strain Is too pure for heathen land, Nor may we God's hymns profane, Or move either voice or hand To delight a savage band. Holy Salem, if thy love Fall from my forgetful heart, May the skill by which I move Strings of music, tuned with art, From my withered hand depart.

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Wed 25 September Wednesday of week 25 in Ordinary Time. Sun 29 September 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Da Pacem, Domine - Chant of Templars (full alternate version with female voice)

Other Dates Click here. Lord, open our lips. And we shall praise your name.

Invitatory Psalm Psalm 94 95 We are the people of the Lord, the flock that is led by his hand: come, let us adore him, alleluia. This day the Holy Spirit came With fiery tongues of cloven flame: O Spirit, fill our hearts this day With grace to hear and grace to pray. O day of light and life and grace, From earthly toil a resting-place, The hallowed hours, blest gift of love, Give we again to God above.

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Psalm Hymn to God the Creator Lord God, how great you are, clothed in majesty and glory, wrapped in light as in a robe. Bless the Lord, my soul! Lord, my God, how great you are! Psalm God saw all he had made, and indeed it was very good.

St. Thomas Aquinas, Catena Aurea (Golden Chain)

How many are your works, O Lord! God saw all he had made, and indeed it was very good. Blessed are your eyes, for they see. Blessed are your ears, for they hear. Responsorium Phil 1, 9. Hymn Te Deum God, we praise you; Lord, we proclaim you! Throughout the world your holy Church proclaims you.

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