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O Sons and Daughters, Sing Your Praise

Author: Jean Tisserand

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 www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

Translator: Ruth Duck

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Text Information

First Line: O sons and daughters, sing your praise
Title: O Sons and Daughters, Sing Your Praise
Translator: Ruth Duck (1993)
Author: Jean Tisserand (15th century)
Meter: 8.8.8 with alleluias
Language: English
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright: Tr. © 1995 Ruth Duck

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Chalice Hymnal #220

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