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80. Canticle of the Holy Trinity

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Response (General)
Sing praise to God, who reigns above, the God of all creation.

Text Information
First Line: Sing praise to God, who reigns above
Title: Canticle of the Holy Trinity
German Title: Te Deum Laudamus
Author (response): Johann J. Schütz
Translator: Francis E. Cox
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: Canticles; The Glory of the Triune God: Praise and Thanksgiving; Adoration and Praise (4 more...)
Source: Words of reading 4th-5th cent. hymn, ICET, rev. ELLC
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading. See No. 79 for a metrical version of this ancient text.
Tune Information
Name: [Sing praise to God who reigns above]
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Bohemian Brethren's Kirchengesänge



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