From easy-to-learn pieces for choirs or congregations new to plainsong to more complex and demanding selections for ensembles with years of chant experience Cantemus Domino offers a wide variety of music to meet the needs of any community. Celebrate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Some of the Gregorian melodies for Holy Week date back as early as fourth-century Jerusalem. The medieval Italians coined the term Hebdomada Authentica, "Real Week," for these seven days of preparation leading up to Easter. Cantemus Domino is an excellent introduction to the chanted liturgy for the most solemn and iconic time of the liturgical year. As we celebrate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus, this beautiful collection offers a number of selections to match the distinctive mood of each day.
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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. This hymn is also one of the traditional Jewish hymns of the Passover, and was the song sung by Our Lord and His disciples at the Last Supper. Let us sing to the Lord: The Lord if as a man of war, Almighty is his name. Cantemus domino gloriose enim honorificatus Write a customer review. Let us sing the praises of God, for it is in Him alone that we should trust. Et factus cantmus mihi in salutem.
Cantemus Domino ("Let us sing to the Lord")