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Thought I'd do something different, enjoy.  If anyone can please tell me what music/hymn they play ar the 1:10 mark that would be awesome.

 

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34 minutes ago, poptart said:

Thought I'd do something different, enjoy.  If anyone can please tell me what music/hymn they play ar the 1:10 mark that would be awesome.

Very moving video--thank you for posting.  According to Shazam, they're playing a section of a Gregorian Chant called "Ad Matutinum:  Invitatorium:  Deum Verum" at the 1:10 mark.

 

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1 hour ago, Okrahomer said:

Very moving video--thank you for posting.  According to Shazam, they're playing a section of a Gregorian Chant called "Ad Matutinum:  Invitatorium:  Deum Verum" at the 1:10 mark.

 

Thanks!  Been looking for this for a while now!  Shazam?

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34 minutes ago, poptart said:

Thanks!  Been looking for this for a while now!  Shazam?

Shazam is a music-discovery app.  It can be very helpful, especially when you run across a piece of music that is particularly moving.

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26 minutes ago, Okrahomer said:

Shazam is a music-discovery app.  It can be very helpful, especially when you run across a piece of music that is particularly moving.

I just spent $10 to get the cd, listening to it now.  So worth it. Thank you!!

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You're welcome!  There's nothing quite like discovering a great piece of music! 

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2 minutes ago, Okrahomer said:

You're welcome!  There's nothing quite like discovering a great piece of music! 

Here's an Easter favorite, the German Order sang the first few verses before they would charge people, I think.  Posted it a few times, found one with English lyrics.

 

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Here's a piece that has always stirred my soul.  It's from Robert Cun****'s The Redeemer oratorio.  The text comes from the Book of Mormon:  Moroni 7: 41, 48.

 

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