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'''Description: '''Is very solemn and nice Hymn, used during the exposition of Most Blessed Sacrament. The first system can be started by priest or deacon who stays with ostensory (versus populum) and sings the words ''O salutaris Hostia'' and ''Uni trinoque Domino''. The Choir continues with words ''que coeli'' and ''sit sempiterna'' or can sing all verses of Hymn from the first measure if the celebrant doesn't start to sing it.
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'''Description: '''Is very solemn and nice Hymn, used during the exposition of Most Blessed Sacrament. The first system can be started by priest or deacon who stays with ostensory (''versus populum'') and sings the words ''O salutaris Hostia'' and ''Uni trinoque Domino''. The Choir continues with words ''que coeli'' and ''sit sempiterna'' or can sing all verses of Hymn from the first measure if the celebrant doesn't start to sing it.
  
 
'''External websites: '''http://www.catholic.lv/majori/scores.htm
 
'''External websites: '''http://www.catholic.lv/majori/scores.htm

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Editor: Andris Solims (added 2007-11-10).   Score information: A4, 1 pages, 35 kbytes   Copyright: Religious
Edition notes: This is a polish Hymn Gaude Mater Polonia of XVIII s. by Anonymous in A flat Major. Text of O salutaris Hostia adapted by Andris Solims. Curent version is transposed in G Major.

General Information

Title: O salutaris Hostia
Composer: Anonymous

Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB
Genre: Sacred, Hymns
Language: Latin
Instruments: none, a cappella
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Description: Is very solemn and nice Hymn, used during the exposition of Most Blessed Sacrament. The first system can be started by priest or deacon who stays with ostensory (versus populum) and sings the words O salutaris Hostia and Uni trinoque Domino. The Choir continues with words que coeli and sit sempiterna or can sing all verses of Hymn from the first measure if the celebrant doesn't start to sing it.

External websites: http://www.catholic.lv/majori/scores.htm

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