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In Dulci Jubilo

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  1. Nagrel says:
    In dulci jubilo Alt ernative. Title Composer Bach, Johann Michael: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Emans ; Anh. III (BWV ) I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IJB 8 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 1 Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Baroque: Piece Style Baroque: Instrumentation organ Primary Sources Bach Digital (source list) Extra Composer: Bach, Johann Michael.
  2. Shaktirn says:
    In Dulci Jubilo. Fourteenth-century German/Latin macaronic carol Nun singet und seid froh by Heinrich Suso See Good Christian Men, Rejoice, In Dulci Jubilo, and these notes. Translation by Robert Lucas de Pearsall (), In the version given by Hutchins (below), the last line of .
  3. Nezilkree says:
    Title: In dulci jubilo a 2 Composer: Michael Praetorius. Number of voices: 2vv Voicing: 2 equal voices Genre: Sacred.
  4. Juktilar says:
    In dulci jubilo Now sing with hearts aglow! Our delight and pleasure Lies in preasepio, Like sunshine is our treasure Patris in gremio. Alpha es et O! Alpha es et O! O Jesu parvule, To the I sing alway; Comfort my heart’s blindness, O puer optime, With all thy loving kindness, O princeps gloriae.
  5. Kagaran says:
    Ancient Choral Music for Christmas In dulci jubilo Alte Chormusik zur Weihnachtszeit Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg - Jürgen Jürgens, dir. Telefunken "Das Alte Werk" AWT C [LP, mono] Telefunken "Das Alte Werk" SAWT B [LP, stereo] Telefunken SMT [LP] Teldec "Das Alte Werk" [LP] Ambitus 97 [CD] Contents.
  6. Shaktijas says:
    Mike Oldfield - In Dulci Jubilo - 7" Vinyl Record Single. Condition is Used. Doesn't have original sleeve Vinyl good condition+ has a couple of rub marks on horseback side Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Tolrajas says:
    Dec 05,  · “In dulci jubilo” is a true carol, that is, a medieval dance tune. Carol texts could be either sacred or secular. Sacred texts usually concerned major feast days, including the birth of Jesus, thus the association of carols with Christmas music.
  8. Mugar says:
    “In dulci jubilo” (English/Latin, Pearsall) The English version below by Robert Lucas Pearsall () follows the original Catholic German “macaronic” style of mixing Latin with the vernacular language, in this case English. Pearsall was an English composer living in Germany at the time. His arrangement of “In dulci jubilo” (for eight solo and five chorus parts) is still performed.

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