From Veni Domine's 1992 album "Fall Babylon Fall", a song based on the words of the last days, when the end comes, Proverbs 1:20
Veni Domine ("Hear my prayer, O Lord"), motet for female chorus & organ in G minor, Op. 39/1
Videoklip album: Gregoriana režie: Jiří Chlumský www.barabasikova.com
One of the Latin songs currently playing in my head. Veni Domine by Bara Basikova Deus meus in te confido labia mea laudabunt te Jesu agnus dei in te confido audi voces te adorant, te precantes animam meam levavi ad te Benedictus tu coqnovisti me te laudamus veni domine Deus meus inte confido defende nos ab hostibus Jesu agnus dei in te confido presta pacis incrementum, memento verbi animam meam levavi ad te Benedictus - miserere nobis te laudamus veni Domine Deus meus in te confido agnus dei qui tolis preccata mundi sine te nihil est in Domine Jesu Christe, Redemptor omnium te laudamus veni Domine English Translation: My God, I trust in You. My lips will praise You, Jesus. Lamb of God, I trust in You. Listen, voices adore You, praying to you I have lifted up my soul to You. Blessed are You; You have understood me. We praise You. Come, Lord! My God, I trust in You. Defend us from the enemies, Jesus. Lamb of God, I trust in You. Help the increase of peace. Remember Your word. I have lifted up my soul to You. Blessed One, have mercy on us. We praise you. Come, Lord! My God, I trust in You. Lamb of God Who takes up the sins of the world. Without You, no one is in the Lord. Jesus Christ, Redeemer of all, We praise you. Come, Lord!
The only CONGREGATIONAL hymnal for the Latin Mass: http://www.ccwatershed.org/Campion - - - 4945
Classical Latin went extinct, yet we still know how to pronounce it. Proof! Subscribe for language: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NativLang Become a direct supporter: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=584038 Take a trip with me back to Catholic school, then back even further to old Rome. We'll see what Latin pronunciation did - and did NOT - sound like in the mouths of the Romans. Thanks to ancient authors and modern Romance languages, we'll even glimpse a range of evidence for the speech of Caesar and pauper alike! SERMO VULGARIS ALL DAY LONG, am I right? ;) ~ Credits ~ Art and animation by Josh from NativLang Music by me: closing piece, soundtrack bits from Thoth's Pill, Hispania guitar. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com): Path of the Goblin King v2, Sneaky Snooper, Chee Zee Jungle, Virtutes Instrumenti, The Show Must Be Go General image, font, sfx and sources credits: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LKhMIui3hvgVoZIrz0ls9pW3aa3N547HEq5kMYpOI8s/
In Dulci Jubilo (women’s Gregorian choir) Conductor: Alberto Turco Veni Domine et visitare nos in pace, ut laetemur coram te corde perfecto. Image: Page from the Book of Hours of Maréchal de Boucicaut. Paris c. 1410.
Stuttgart Chamber Choir Frieder Bernius
The University of Utah A Cappella Choir under the direction of Graduate student Amy Nielsen perform Domine Fili Unigenite from Vivaldi's Gloria. Laurel Enke, piano.