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Canticum graduum.Lætatus sum in his quæ

Language: Latin

1 [Canticum graduum.] Lætatus sum in his quæ
  dicta sunt mihi: In domum Domini ibimus.
2 Stantes erant pedes nostri in atriis tuis, Jerusalem.
3 Jerusalem, quæ ædificatur ut civitas,
  cujus participatio ejus in idipsum.
4 Illuc enim ascenderunt tribus, tribus Domini: testimonium Israël,
  ad confitendum nomini Domini. 
5 Quia illic sederunt sedes in judicio, sedes super domum David.
6 Rogate quæ ad pacem sunt Jerusalem, et abundantia diligentibus te.
7 Fiat pax in virtute tua, et abundantia in turribus tuis.
8 Propter fratres meos et proximos meos, loquebar pacem de te.
9 Propter domum Domini Dei nostri, quæsivi bona tibi.


Translation(s): ENG ENG GER GER

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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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  • ENG English (Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • ENG English (Bible or other Sacred Texts) , "Psalm 121 (122)", King James Version
  • GER German (Deutsch) (Martin Luther) , "Psalm 121 (122)"


Text added to the website: 2006-03-27.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:17
Line count: 12
Word count: 101

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Heil und Freude ward mir verheißen

Language: German (Deutsch) after the Latin

Heil und Freude ward mir verheißen, 
eingehn werd' ich zum Haus des Herrn; 
deine Schwelle soll ich begrüßen, 
deinen Tempel, Jerusalem!

Hoch und herrlich bist du erbauet, 
alle Völker wandern zu dir; 
Gottes Namen hörst du verkünden, 
hörst ihn preisen, Jerusalem!

Frieden herrsche in deinen Mauern. 
Heil den Hütten, den Hallen Heil! 
Heil den Herzen, die, voll von Liebe, 
treu dir schlagen, Jerusalem!


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Text added to the website: 2006-03-27.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:17
Line count: 12
Word count: 63