Words. O salutaris Hostia Quae coeli pandis ostium. Bella premunt hostilia; Da robur, fer auxilium. Uni trinoque Domino Sit sempiterna gloria: Qui vitam sine. Apparently, Elgar composed three versions of O salutaris hostia The first of these, dating from around , is unaccompanied; but I haven’t. Sheet Music – £ – Edward Elgar – O Salutaris Hostia (in F) SATB.

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Elgar composed two works for the King’s coronation: Elgar maintained the key of E minor throughout when this affirmation of faith was habitually and more appropriately in the salutaros. It was also played along with the premiere of the Salve Regina for the visit to St.

Potential suitable shop article. He knoweth what thou art, His word shall life impart, And lift the contrite heart To praise the Lord.

And soothing sounds Blend with the neighbouring waters as they glide; Posted along the haunted garden’s bounds, Angelic forms abide, Echoing, as words of watch, o’er lawn and grove The verses of that hymn which Seraphs chant above.

He will be our guide even unto death. These participants also get access hoostia their “intern”‘-section. It is a setting for SATB and organ of verses from the Book of Joel and, harking back to the usual form of his early works, the piece is in simple ternary form, the confident outer sections framing a more meditative central section.


In fact, it harks back to much older styles, with each of the three soloists giving a long unaccompanied single voice line, interspersed with slow modal alleluias from the choir. O Salutaris Hostia Eucharistic hymn Practice now!

George Robertson Sinclair and August Jaeger. The voice of the Lord is mighty in operation; The voice of the Lord breaketh the cedars of Lebanon; yea, the Lord breaketh the cedars of Lebanon. As John Allison in Edward Elgar: Who for us men and for our salvation came down from heaven. The Lord shall give strength unto His people; the Lord shall give Hostiw people the blessing of peace.

O Salutaris Hostia (in F) SATB

Nunc et in hora mortis nostrae, aslutaris pro nobis. John Allison, in Edward Elgar: Et unam, sanctam, catholicam et apostolicam Ecclesiam. Wensley was the librettist of The Banner of St Georgewhich also appeared ina slautaris that in retrospect can be seen as an annus mirabilis, witnessing as it did the Imperial March for orchestra, the Te Deum and Benedictus for chorus and organ or orchestra and Caractacusthe cantata for chorus and orchestra as well as the tiny Minuet for pianoforte.

Hearts beat and glow, By oak and palm. Three are better known through recordings. Ave Maris Stella, op.

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And as they more esteem that mirth That dread the night’s annoy, So much we deem our days on earth But hell to heav’nly joy. And I await the resurrection of the dead.


Nunc et in hora mortis nostrae, ora pro nobis Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. It was the performance of this work for the first time that principally accounted for the large attendance.

Virgo singularis, inter omnes mitis, nos culpis solutos, mites fac et castos. Et resurrexit tertia die, secundum Scripturas, et ascendit in coelum, sedet ad dexteram Patris.

Sacred MusicBorder Lines,p George’s Roman Catholic Church in Worcester. Elgar dedicated it to his great friend, Hubert Leicester, the choirmaster at Salutaeis.

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Thereafter, he was to use a range of publishers with Novello being offered nothing more than three further part-songs, including this carol completed on 30 October O Mightiest of the Mighty Egar by the Rev. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, Ora pro nobis peccatoribus. It was completed in Novemberreceived its first performance at the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore on 22 Januaryand was published by Novello in the same year. It is peacefully gentle and devout and dates from Alice Elgar and Edward Elgar.

And the life of the world to come.