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170d. Ho anĝeloj, la Sinjoron adoradu en ĉiel'(o)

1. Ho anĝeloj, la Sinjoron adoradu en ĉiel°!
Ĝoje laŭdu lian gloron suno, luno, ĉiu stel'!
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Laŭdu lin, ĉar li regadas, de la universo Reĝ°,
Kaj la mondoj obeadas al konstanta lia leĝ'.

2. Laŭdu pri la gloro Dia! Ne pereos lia vort°;
Venkos sanktularo lia; neniiĝos peko, mort'.
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Estu lia pov' laŭdata de l' ĉiela anĝelar°;
Lia nomo adorata de la tuta kreitar'.

Text Information
First Line: Ho anĝeloj, la Sinjoron adoradu en ĉiel­°
Title: Ho anĝeloj, la Sinjoron adoradu en ĉiel'(o)
English Title: Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore Him
Author: Anonima
Translator: Clarence Bicknell
Publication Date: 2009
Topic: Praise to God
Source: In "Foundling Hospital Collection", 1796; HE 7 (2 vv.) (= Ad 472; cf. AK 7 (4 vv.))
Notes: The full text has a superscript o (°) at the end of each odd-numbered line, to indicate that one may at the user's discretion either sing the full word (ending in o) or the ending-elided word (which would end in an apostrophe). The former may suit the music better, but the latter provides a fuller rhyme.
Tune Information
Name: ARUNDEL
Composer: John Bacchus Dykes



Media
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