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Libera Me Domine

8 Reply to “ Libera Me Domine ”

  1. Mazut says:
    Libera Me is a part of the Requiem Mass of the Roman Catholic Church, as such it is in Latin. These are the lyrics. Libera Me. Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna in die illa tremenda quando coeli movendi sunt et terra, dum veneris judicare saeculum per ignem. Tremens factus sum ego et timeo, dum discussion venerit atque venture ira.
  2. Kazrajar says:
    The ninth responsory of Matins for the Dead also begins with "Libera me", but continues a different text (Domine, de viis inferni, etc.). This is built up according to the usual arrangement (with "Requiem aeternam" instead of "Gloria Patri").
  3. Yozshunris says:
    Libera Lyrics: De profundis clamavi ad te domine / Domine exaudi vocem meam de profundis / Libera me domine de morte / Are you the friend I can not see / Are you the one who cares for me / Its.
  4. Malara says:
    Libera me, Domine 가사: 라틴어 → 영어. and constant light may shine for them, may shine for them.
  5. Mazuzshura says:
    Tłumaczenie „Libera me, Domine” Gabriel Fauré z łacina na angielski. and constant light may shine for them, may shine for them.
  6. JoJogul says:
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  7. Marn says:
    LIBERA ME, Domine, Iesu Christe, ab omnibus iniquitatis meis et universis malis, fac me tuis semper inhærere mandatis et a te numquam separari permittas. Amen. Oremus. Excita, quaesumus, Domine, potentiam Tuam, et veni: ut ab imminentibus peccatorum nostrorum periculis, Te mereamur Protegente eripi, Te liberante salvari.
  8. Nebei says:
    Libera Me (Domine, de morte aeterna, etc.), the responsory sung at funerals. It is a responsory of redundant form, having two versicles (“Tremens factus sum” and “Dies ilia”). As in all the Office for the Dead, the verse “Requiem aeternam” takes the place of “Gloria Patri”; then all the first part, down to the first versicle, is repeated.

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