Bass part from Laudibus in Sanctis

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page one of the Bass part from Laudibus in Sanctis

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Text is a latin version of Psalm 150. English translation: Celebrate the Lord most high in holy praises: Let the firmament echo the glorious deeds of God. Sing ye the glorious deeds of God, and with holy voice Sound forth oft the power of his mighty hand.:

Let the warlike trumpet sing the great name of the Lord: Celebrate the Lord with Pierian lyre. Let resounding timbrels ring to the praise of the most-high God, Lofty organs peal to the praise of the holy God.:

Him let melodious psalteries sing with fine string, Him let joyful dance praise with nimble foot. Let hollow cymbals pour forth divine praises, Sweet-sounding cymbals filled with the praise of God. Let everything in the world that feeds upon the air of heaven Sing Halleluia to God for evermore.


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