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2. Universi 5 10 Sopran Alt Tenor Bass U ni ver U ni ver si, qui te ex si, qui te ex pec tant pec tant U ni ver U ni ver si, qui te ex si, qui te ex pec tant pec tant, non con non con fun fun den tur, den tur, Do mi ne, Do mi ne, vi as vi as non con fun non con fun den tur, den tur, Do mi ne, Do mi ne, vi as vi as tu tu tu tu as as as no no tasIntroitus Ad te levavi animam meam Deus meus Graduale Universi qui te expectant Versus alleluiaticus Ostende nobis Domine misericordiam Offertorium Ad te Domine levavi animam meam Deus meus Communio Dominus dabit benignitatem 1st Sunday of Advent Introit Score Video Mp3 Organist Ad te levavi animam meam universi qui te expectant translation
Title: Universi qui te expectant Composer: Johann Ernst Eberlin. Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB Genre: Sacred, Motet, Gradual for Advent I. Language: Latin Instruments: A cappella. Published: Denkmler Deutscher Tonkunst Description: External websites: Original text and translations. Original text and translations may be found at Psalm 25.
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Liturgical Information The First Sunday of Advent (A) Liturgical Color: Violet [Note: The color blue is not an authorized liturgical color for the Roman Rite in the United States. Its unfortunate occurrence during the season of Advent or for Marian feasts is not legitimate.
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Universi qui te expectant non confundentur domine. Feast: Dom. 1 Adventus
Universi qui te expectant Starting from the Sybil Chant prophesying the Advent of the Savior to the emblematic complexity of Aquitanian polyphony, the program aims to show how different liturgical repertoires (Gregorian, OldRoman, Ambrosian) that were developed in Christian Churches, are incomparable sounding icon of the Word which, in the
Ad te levavi animam meam, Deus meus, in te confido, non erubescam, neque irrideant me inimici mei, et enim universi qui te expectant non confundentur. I lifted up my soul to you, my God; I confide in you, let me not be ashamed, nor let my enemies mock me; for all those who hope in you will not be confounded.
etenim universi qui te expectant non confundentur. Translation: Unto thee, O Lord, will I lift up my soul: my God, I have put my trust in thee, O let me not be confounded: neither let mine enemies triumph over me: for all they that hope in thee shall not be ashamed.
Publication date 2008 Title Variation Wer auf dich hofft Universi qui te exspectant Musical Presentation Partitur. Note Cover title. Based on ms. parts in the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmnster in Austria (shelfmark: KRC 5232).
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