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  1. Fejinn

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    The Ambrosian hymns are a collection of early hymns of the Latin rite, whose core of four hymns were by Ambrose of Milan in the 4th century.. The hymns of this core were enriched with other eleven to form the Old Hymnal, which spread from the Ambrosian Rite of Milan throughout Lombard Italy, Visigothic Spain, Anglo-Saxon England and the Frankish Empire during the early medieval period (6th to.
  2. Shaktira

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    Label: Harmonia Mundi - HM • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: France • Genre: Classical • Style: Renaissance William Byrd / Deller Consort - Cantiones Sacrae () (, Vinyl) | Discogs 4/5(2).
  3. Yozshulabar

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    May 24,  · William Byrd ( - ). Cantiones Sacrae () * Emendemus In Melius * Libera Me * Peccantem Me Quotidie * Aspice Domine * Attollite Portas * O Lux Beata Trinitas * Laudate Pueri * .
  4. Nabar

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    O Lux Beata Trinitas Version. Solesmes (aestivalis) Usage. Hymnus; Tags. Trinity Sunday; Sources. Antiphonale Monasticum, Solesmes, , p. ; Proofread by.
  5. Grorr

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    Print and download in PDF or MIDI O lux beata Trinitas. SuPaFuchs By Andrej Makor, Ljubljana for SATB.
  6. Mukus

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    1 O lux beata Trinitas, Et principalis unitas, Iam sol recedat igneus, Infunde lumen cordibus. 2 Te mane laudum carmine, Te deprecemur vespere: Te nostra supplex gloria Per cuncta laudet sæcula. 3 Deo Patri sit gloria, Ejusque soli Filio, Cum Spiritu Paraclito, Et nunc et in perpetuum.
  7. Mazil

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    William Byrd ( or to ) was born a Protestant but later became a Catholic. These three CDs contain his collections of Cantiones Sacrae. The set of was a joint venture with his teacher Thomas Tallis. Queen Elizabeth I gave Tallis and Byrd an exclusive patent enabling them to dominate the printing of songs for 21 years/5(5).
  8. Kaziktilar

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    O lux beata trinitas Alt ernative. Title Composer Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IJS 22 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's (2 variations) Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Baroque: Piece Style Renaissance: Instrumentation organ.

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