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Funeri Ne Date Planctum

This hymn was used as a sequence hymn for the funeral of a child in the Paris Missal (1738). Funeri ne date planctum:Funus hoc, funus sanctum. Vitam mors hæc largitur:Cælum hic aperitur,Nil damnatióuis reperitur. Non est salus volentis;Non est merces … Continue reading

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Glad Sight! The Holy Church

According to John Julian in the Dictionary of Hymnology, this hymn comes from the Office for Baptism of the Church at Jerusalem. This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymns Fitted to the Order of … Continue reading

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Lux Illuxit Triumphalis

This hymn was used in the Parisian Missal of the 14th Century as the sequence for the Feast of St. Germain (Germanus) of Paris (May 28) according to John Julian. This is the text of this sequence as it appears … Continue reading

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Veni Redemptor Gentium (Campanus)

This is a Latin hymn based on the ancient Ambrosian hymn Veni Redemptor Gentium. This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Odarum Sacrarum, Liber Posterior (1612): Veni Redemptor gentium,Pulcrum renide lilium,Splendore fulgens flammeo.Hic partus est … Continue reading

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Matutinus Altiora

This is a morning hymn, commonly called King Alfred’s Hymn. This is the text of this hymn as it appears in the booklet King Alfred’s Hymn (1850): Мatutinus altiora, Sol ut surgens tollit ora:Сorda tollimus ad Те;Тe laudamus, Domine. Nobis … Continue reading

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Christe, Qui Regnas Olympo

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymni Sacri et Novi (1689 ed.). It is a hymn for the Holy Eucharist (Corpus Christi perhaps?): Christe, qui regnas Olympo,Nos vides quam dissitos?Arte mira fis propinquusTuque nobis iungeris,Qua … Continue reading

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Sic Amas, Ut Quos Amasti

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymni Sacri et Novi (1689 ed.). It is a hymn for the Holy Eucharist (Corpus Christi perhaps?): Sic amas, ut quos amasti,Christe, numquam deseras.Ipse corpus das in escam,Et propinas … Continue reading

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Nate, Qui Deo Parenti

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymni Sacri et Novi (1689 ed.). It is a hymn for the Holy Eucharist (Corpus Christi perhaps?): Nate, qui Deo parentiPar Deus nunc assides;Christe, supremus sacerdos,Atque factus hostia.Ipse Iudex, … Continue reading

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Præsul Afflatu Monitus Superno

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymni Sacri et Novi (1689 ed.). It is a hymn for the Feast of St. Maglorius of Dol (St. Magloire), Bishop, Abbot and Confessor (Oct. 24): Præsul afflatu monitus … Continue reading

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Fecerat Lumen Deus Autor Orbis

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Hymni Sacri et Novi (1689 ed.). It is a hymn for the Feast of St. Maglorius of Dol (St. Magloire), Bishop, Abbot and Confessor (Oct. 24): Fecerat lumen Deus … Continue reading

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