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Nations shall fear the name of the Lord

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First Line: Nations shall fear the name of the Lord
Source: The Psalms, A New Translation (1989)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Let all the peoples praise you, O Lord
Copyright: Response text © 1973, 1991 Christopher Willcock S. J. Reprinted by permission of Oregon Catholic Press; Psalm verses by permission of A. P. Watt, London

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[Nations shall fear the name of the Lord]


IN DIR IST FREUDE

IN DIR IST FREUDE is one of many balletti (dance-like songs) written by Giovanni G. Gastoldi, a priest and composer from Mantua, Italy. It was originally published in his Balleti a cinque voce (1591 ), where it was set to "Alieta vi.a, Amor ciinuita", which like so many balletti had a "fa-la-la" ref…

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