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6. Dona Nobis Pacem

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  1. Nov 24,  · Library concert with my brother and sister - a fun collaboration. We grew up with music and loved singing as a family. This selection (Grant us Peace) allowed us to integrate a dulcimer.
  2. "Dona nobis pacem" (Ecclesiastical Latin: [ˈdona ˈnobis ˈpatʃem]) is a song with Latin text, often sung as a canon or round (where each section starts with a new voice). The words, which mean "Grant us peace", come from a portion of the Agnus Dei sung during the Roman Catholic Latin Mass, the Lutheran Divine Service, and the Anglican.
  3. Dona nobis pacem (Latin for "Grant us peace") is a phrase in the Agnus Dei section of the planbagerolnorevinnolisuvelrext.co phrase, in isolation, has been appropriated for a number of musical works, which include: Dona nobis pacem, a traditional canon; Work for choir and orchestra by the Latvian composer, Pēteris Vasks ().
  4. Jul 20,  · Buy this DVD from: planbagerolnorevinnolisuvelrext.co Munich Bach Orchestra, Karl Richter.
  5. Dec 07,  · One Voice - Fairfield County Children's Choir, December 4th, at The Klein Memorial Auditorium.
  6. Dec 17,  · "Dona Nobis Pacem," which means 'Grant Us Peace,' is one such song. The songs's simple but powerful message is still very relevant in today's world. The origin of the song is not definitively known. It is sometimes attributed to Mozart but the source is usually listed as "Traditional" in most musical texts. While it is a beautiful piece, from.
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