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Pán Ježíš narozený

Language: Czech (Čeština)

Pán Ježíš narozený,
v jeslech leží, v chlévě
leží a mezi zvěří.
Mesiáše velebili, i klaněli.
Vešken svět z něj radost má z jeho narození,
Panno Maria, Panno Maria, radost jsi nad tím
způsobila, svého syna nám dala;
rozžehnali, požehnali, a dět'átko
v chlévě nechali a odjeli.

Tři králové ptali jsou se, 
kde Pán Christus kde Pán Ježíš,
v Betlémě na něj se ptali,
doptavše se, dary dali, svého Pána jsou ctili,
zlato i kadidlo, mirrzu ofěrovali.
Ó Jezu Christe, Ó Jezu Christe narozený,
zplozený z čisté Panny Marie;
vesele se s matkou, synem požehnavše,
rozjeli s velkou radosti a odjeli.

Pán Ježíš narozený,
v jeslech leží, v chlévě
mezi hovady. Mesiáše velebí
a klaní se vešken svět,
radost má z jeho narození.
Ó Jezu Christe z Panny Marie,
ó Jezu Christe z Panny Marie narozený,
zplozený z čisté Panny Marie; veselme se spolu;
v tom dět'átku radost měli s And'eli.

Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator]


Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)

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Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:01:18
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