|Short Name:||Jean Tisserand|
|Full Name:||Tisserand, Jean, d. 1494|
Died: 1494, Paris, France.
A Franciscan monk, Tisserand founded an order for penitent women. He is also said to have written a worship service commemorating Franciscans martyred in Morocco in 1220.
Lyrics: O FILII ET FILIAE, Rex coelestis, Rex gloriae
O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing!
Young Men and Maids, Rejoice and Sing
|Texts by Jean Tisserand (10)||As||Instances|
|Children of God rejoice and sing||Jean Tisserand (Author)||2|
|Daily, daily sing the praises||Jean Tisserand (Author)||1|
|My daughters and my sons hear tell||Jean Tisserand, ?-1494 (Author)||3|
|O filii et fili'||Jean Tisserand (Author)||17|
|O sons and daughters gaily sing||Jean Tisserand (Author)||2|
|O sons and daughters, let us sing||Jean Tisserand (d. 1494) (Author)||125|
|O sons and daughters, sing your praise||Jean Tisserand (Author)||2|
|Ye sons and daughters of the Lord, The King of glory, King adored||Jean Tisserand (Author)||15|
|Young men and maidens, rejoice and sing||Jean Tisserand (Author)||8|
|Young men and maids your praises join||Jean Tisserand (Author)||1|