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8. Al Dio laŭdu tuta ter'

Al Dio laŭdu tuta ter',
Lin laŭdu la ĉiela sfer';
Laŭdadu ni sen intermit'
Al Patro, Filo, kaj Spirit'.

Text Information
First Line: Al Dio laŭdu tuta ter'
Title: Al Dio laŭdu tuta ter'
English Title: Praise God, from whom all blessings flow
Author: Thomas Ken
Translator: J. A. Hodges
Publication Date: 2009
Scripture: Ephesians 1:3
Topic: Doxologies
Source: Originally the final stanza of "Glory [or, All praise] to thee, my God, this night" ("Al vi vespere gloras mi"")
Language: Esperanto
Tune Information
Name: OLD 100TH
Composer (attributed to): Loys Bourgeois
Source: Genevan Psalter, 1551



Media
MIDI file: Old 100th
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