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Por laŭdi Vin, Sinjoro

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1
Por laŭdi vin, Sinjoro,
Kunvenu ĉiu hom'
Kun amo kaj adoro
En via sankta dom'.

2
Kantadas ni en ĥoro
Al vi, ĉiela Reĝ':
Kaj el humila koro
Sin levas nia preĝ'.

3
Ni dankoplene miras
Pri via bonfarad',
Kaj danki vin deziras
Dum tuta la vivad'.

4
Ni dankas vin kun ĝojo
Pro via sankta vort';
Gvidilo sur la vojo
Al vivo trans la mort'.

Source: Himnaro Esperanta, 5-a eld. #3

Author: C. G. Wilkinson

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Text Information

First Line: Por laŭdi vin, Sinjoro
Title: Por laŭdi Vin, Sinjoro
Author: C. G. Wilkinson
Language: Esperanto

Tune

CHRISTUS, DER IST MEIN LEBEN

Melchior Vulpius (PHH 397) composed this short chorale tune, published as a setting for the anonymous funeral hymn "Christus, der ist mein Leben" ("For Me to Live Is Jesus") in Vulpius's Ein Schön Geistlich Gesangbuch (1609). Johann S. Bach (PHH 7) based his Cantata 95 on this tune and provided two…

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ST. ALPHEGE (Gauntlett)


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Himnaro Esperanta, 5-a eld. #3

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