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A simple and good-working Alleluia that goes well with guitar use. Now, Rosemary, are you going to share the Google link to Bocelli singing at the synod? A beautiful gregorian sequence that my friend Orlando has propsed to me.

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Vedi le condizioni d’uso per i dettagli. A series of psalmodies by rev.

I use the first version quite often with good results maybe it is one of the work of which I am most lodage. For what I know, it is an alternative text for the better known “Anime affaticate e sitibonde” part of the compositions known as “Laudi filippine”.

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Andrea Bocelli sang in Italian, not Latin. Before I added my second comment, I had googled to find the spelling used was Lodate Dio. Transcription made for liturgical scope and used several times also as an lpdate solo at the end of the communion. For bafh practical accompaniment of this easy but really efficacious Gregorian Kyrie, avoiding any discussion on the opportunity of doing this.


It was one of my dik first trials maybe the first one but it seems to me that it is not so bad. I played the first version first but now it seems to me that the second one sounds better even though I should get some passages better.

At the time I had the complete score and also an accompaniment for a flute written by rev. I discovered an old score of mine probably is dated back to the first 80s I propose it as I wrote it.

Briefly, half locate false history. I worked quite hard to get a “playable” and eventually good enough harmonization of this piece since a long time part of the Youth Choir of Bologna’s diocesis. Here you can find an easy accompaniment for violin or other instrument. From a Jewish traditional melody, this song is present since a long time in many celebrations. I used the harmonization from “Nella casa del Padre” ed. Here you can find three transcriptions, the first two are unlikely playable on the original tonality maybe the second one, I suggest to avoid to go further than D using the first one and a third one that does not follow completely the melody so to permit to reach the F.

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Monday Morning Offering Every Monday you’ll find a Morning Offering prayer under the rising sun and a fresh cup of coffee. I think your viewers might appreciate this lovely respite from the political scene. ConcordPastor October 22, at 3: A sort of preview for this that will be the official hymn for the Holy Year of Mercy. Transcription prepared for the Palme vigil that the Bologna Diocesan Youth Choir animates and used in some Mass with quite good results.


I have used often the first one. Here it is proposed a complete transcription, not easy but not too difficult, and two simplified versions in two tonality in which it is not transcribed the introduction and some instrumental passages.

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Click for a full descriptionor you can get a trial versionor you can buy the program now. Gregorian chant which lyrics might have been written by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. Pause for Prayer Today Pause for a few minutes each day for baxh and reflection This accompainment re-cover the version published in Musica e assemblea n.

This work has been written for those not so lucky to get the Ruaro’s score, anyway it was written in a way simplified as much as possible. I have resumed and completed after a long time this song, I think coming from the Rinnovamento nello Spirito movement, that has been frequently used by the Bologna Diocesan Youth Choir and characteristic for its oodate. This transcription was made for liturgical use during some masses where people from different communities were coming as it is a well-known melody.

There are three accompaniments for this 3-voices canon it seemed to me the minimum as we were three players. This transcription was made for liturgical parish purpose. Transcription made for a brief cycle of meetings with high school boys in my parish.