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    1. Vizuru

      That's the end of the Work. And if something doesn't work properly, please let me know (see the "Comments" section of my Homepage).Back to Composer. Files originally uploaded in Mar/
    2. Meztilar

      Apr 11,  · "Veni Sancte Spiritus" for choir & piano, composed by Krishan Oberoi. Recorded by the composer and members of the choir of the Immaculata Parish, University.
    3. Moogubar

      May 26,  · A guided contemplation video playing the popular Taize chant from the "Inner Room." Beautifully produced with Abbot Thomas Keating providing a meditative scriptural introduction. Robecca Gale.
    4. Kagalabar

      Veni Sancte Spiritus. Posted on February 18, by Kristen Millar. Veni Sancte Spiritus: Come Holy Spirit.
    5. Nir

      Veni, Sancte Spiritus! The following is a reflection from The Cenacle, a collection of fifty meditations on the Holy Spirit written by Fr. John Mary of St. Joseph, OCD in the 17th century and traditionally used by Discalced Carmelites as a preparatory retreat for Pentecost.
    6. Mojar

      From the Album Veni Sancte Spiritus March 2, out of 5 stars 11 ratings Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. I heard the English version of "Veni Sante Spiritus" on the "Divine Office" ap. I loved it and wante dto hear when I wanted. The chorus line of "veni sancte /5(11).
    7. Tutaxe

      Jun 12,  · "Veni Sancte Spiritus" ("Come, Holy Spirit") is the sequentia of the Mass for Pentecost, sung from Whitsunday until the Saturday following, although it is also in many Protestant hymnals. Composed of ten stanzas, this "Golden Sequence," as it's sometimes termed, is—from an hymnologist's perspective, although not a theologian's—slightly odd.
    8. Nigore

      Veni Sancte Spiritus-Dunstable. Ensemble De Caelis. L'ensemble De Cælis a été créé en par Laurence Brisset. Il veut être au service d'une redécouverte des musiques anciennes et d'interprétations justes et accessibles d'une musique longtemp.
    9. Fenrihn

      Veni Sancte Spiritus Randall Giles • simple, yet subtly varied setting of the Sequence Hymn for Pentecost • written for singers in unison with handbells and a simple percussion part • each pair of verses is set to identical music, with a sense of festivity as well .

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