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Gregorian responsory O magnum mysterium Painting of the Nativity scene, by Hans Baldung (1520) O magnum mysterium is a responsorial chant from the Matins of Christmas .
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close When the Los Angeles Master Chorale commissioned Morten Lauridsen’s setting of “O Magnum Mysterium” in 1994, few people anticipated that it would launch the acclaimed composer’s career. It was at that very first concert that music director Paul Salamunovich told the audience, “Until now, Vittoria’s O Magnum Mysterium has been the most beautiful and
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O Magnum Mysterium is a Catholic church chant sung at Christmastime. As part of the Matins (nighttime worship), the text has been around for centuries. While the exact origins are unknown, historians believe the text (and its use in Catholic Mass) has been around since at least the 10th century.
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O Magnum Mysterium By Morten Lauridsen (1943-) - Softcover
o magnum mysteriumO magnum mysterium et admirabile sacramentum, ut animalia viderent Dominum natum jacentem in praesepio. O beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Jesum Christum. Ave Maria, gratia plena: Dominus tecum. O beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare …
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O magnum mysterium (Palestrina) - Wikipedia
Used as the model for the Missa O magnum mysterium: Contents. 1 Performances. 1.1 Naxos; 1.2 Synthesized/MIDI. 1.2.1 For Mixed Chorus and 4 Recorders SATB or AATB (Mondrup) 1.2.2 For 4 Recorders (Harmer) 1.2.3 For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau) 1.2.4 For 4 …
O Magnum Mysterium - Morten Lauridsen - Kings College
O magnum mysterium, et admirabile sacramentum, ut animalia viderent Dominum natum, iacentem in praesepio! Beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Iesum Christum. Alleluia! English translation O great mystery, and wonderful sacrament, that animals should see the newborn Lord, lying in a manger! Blessed is the virgin whose womb was
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Although composed in 1994, O Magnum Mysterium took a good few years before garnering such widespread praise. and while it is performed all year round, the piece is, at its heart, all about Christmas. The text tells the story of the birth of Jesus, and Lauridsen’s music is as sensitive and spiritual as you could possibly wish for.
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o magnum mysteriumO Magnum Mysterium Lyrics: O magnum mysterium / Et admirabile sacramentum / Ut animalia viderent Dominum natum / Jacentem in praesepio! / Beata Virgo, cujus viscera / Meruerunt portare / …
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Thomas Tallis, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Franz Schubert, Henryk Gorecki, Francis Poulenc, Morten Lauridsen, Robert Shaw, Robert Shaw Festival Singers, Robert Shaw Chamber Singers - O Magnum Mysterium - Amazon.com Music
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O magnum mysterium is a six-part motet by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, based on the responsorial chant of the same name, and was written for the celebration of Christmas. The piece is intended to express the joy and awe that was felt by the shepherds as they celebrated and worshiped the Christ-child in the manger on Christmas Eve.