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[Jubilate Deo] (Praetorius)

[Jubilate Deo] (Praetorius)

Composer: Michael Praetorius
Published in 13 hymnals

Composer: Michael Praetorius

Born into a staunchly Lutheran family, Michael Praetorius (b. Creuzburg, Germany, February 15, 1571; d. Wolfenbüttel, Germany, February 15, 1621) was educated at the University of Frankfort-an-der-Oder. In 1595 he began a long association with Duke Heinrich Julius of Brunswick, when he was appoint­ed court organist and later music director and secretary. The duke resided in Wolfenbüttel, and Praetorius spent much of his time at the court there, eventually establishing his own residence in Wolfenbüttel as well. When the duke died, Praetorius officially retained his position, but he spent long periods of time engaged in various musical appointments in Dresden, Magdeburg, and Halle. Praetorius produced a prodigious amount of music and musi… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Jubilate Deo] (Praetorius)
Composer: Michael Praetorius
Incipit: 12311 71654 3421
Key: C Major
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 13 of 13)
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Breaking Bread (Vol. 39) #173


Common Praise (1998) #308

Gather Comprehensive #555

One and All Rejoice #297

RitualSong (2nd ed.) #729

RitualSong #693

Singing Our Faith #135

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Singing the Living Tradition #393

Śpiewnik Ewangelicki #350

The Covenant Hymnal #256


Voices United #247

Worship and Rejoice #303


Worship in Song #227

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