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Agnus Dei

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  1. Mokora says:
    The liturgical prayer known as the Agnus Dei is written in Latin. The words "Agnus Dei" translate into English as "Lamb of God" and it is a chant addressed to Christ. It is commonly used during Mass in the Roman Catholic Church and has been adapted into choral pieces by a number of history's best-known composers. The History of Agnus Dei.
  2. Vuzragore says:
    The Latin version, Agnus Dei, and translations are a standard part of the Catholic Mass, as well as the classical Western Liturgies of the Anglican and Lutheran churches. It is also used in liturgy and as a form of contemplative prayer. The Agnus Dei also forms a part of the musical setting for the Mass.
  3. Vugor says:
    Agnus Dei, (Latin), English Lamb of God, designation of Jesus Christ in Christian liturgical usage. It is based on the saying of John the Baptist: “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (John ).In the Roman Catholic liturgy the Agnus Dei is employed in the following text: “Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us!
  4. Tagal says:
    The text of the Agnus Dei, triple in repetition, and, therefore, possessing its own rights of textual symmetry, was respected by the medieval composers; and the one facts which, in this respect, discriminates their forms of treatment from those of the master-composers of modern church music, is the absence of any separate treatment of the "Dona.

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