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Sing, My Tongue, The Song of Triumph

Composer: Giulio Bentivoglio Arranged by Charles Thatcher
Format: Click & Print Octavo
Voicing: 3-part Mixed Choir a cappella; optional Assembly
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In this pastorally useful arrangement, English verses are sung to the ancient chant melody from the Graduale Romanum, Mode I, in alternation with the corresponding Latin verses in a simple, noble motet setting. This text is assigned to the Veneration of the Cross and is appropriate for Palm Sunday as well.
Topic:  Veneration of the Cross; Good Friday; Crucifixion; Palm Sunday; Passion; Holy Week; Christ the King
Sunday of the Year:  Christ the King Year B
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COMPOSER'S NOTE: Sing, My Tongue, the Song of Triumph is one of the texts assigned to the Veneration of the Cross during the liturgy of Good Friday, and its images of the Crucifixion make it appropriate for Palm Sunday as well. In this arrangement, English verses are sung to the ancient chant melody, in alternation with the corresponding Latin verses in a simple motet setting. This can be performed in a number of ways, including alternating between men's and women's voices, and having the assembly join in snging the English chant verses.
Series Title:  Music for the Seasons
Arranger:  Charles Thatcher
First Line:  Sing my tongue, the song of triumph, Tell the story far and wide.
Pange lingua, gloriósi Praélium certáminis
Hymn Tune:  Pange lingua gloriosi praelium certaminis, Venantuis Fortunatus, c. 530-609
Graduale Romanum
, Mode I, Giulio Bentivoglio, 1864-1939
Secondary Language:  English; Latin
Size:  7x10
Length:  6 pages
Copyright:  Arrangement copyright © 2008, World Library Publications
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