Ad cantum leticie

(Love and hope of heav'nly rest ; Ad canticum letitie ; Born is our Emanuel ; Natus est Emanuel ; Wherefore let th' assembly all ; Ergo nostra concio)


Adaptor of the text: Woodward, George Ratcliffe (1848-1934) [Great Britain]
Edition
Published by Mercury Music [USA] , 1945 ; in Ten Christmas Carols (16 p.)
Ref. : 352-00059  (1 p.)
Editor or author of the restitution: White, Ernest
Type of material: Full score
Description
Text in: Latin + adapted in English
Epoque: 20th century
Genre-Style-Form: Sacred ; Anthem ; Christmas carol
Type of Choir: SATB (2 mixed voices)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 2
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): A
Tonality: G major
Duration: 1.0 min.
Liturgical Use: Christmas
Number of verses: 3
Musicological Sources: Piae Cantiones, 1582
Source of text: 13th century
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