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==Music files==
 
==Music files==
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*{{CPDLno|19121}} [http://music.dalitio.de/choir/dalitz/psalter-bicinia/index.html#psalm134 {{net}}] (PDF files and ABC file available)
*'''CPDL #19121:''' [http://music.dalitio.de/choir/dalitz/psalter-bicinia/index.html#psalm134 {{net}}] (PDF files and ABC file available)
 
 
{{Editor|Christoph Dalitz|2009-03-28}}{{ScoreInfo|A4|1|24}}{{CopyCC|Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Germany}}
 
{{Editor|Christoph Dalitz|2009-03-28}}{{ScoreInfo|A4|1|24}}{{CopyCC|Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Germany}}
 
:'''Edition notes:''' The Genevan melody to Psalm 134 is in the Anglican Church also sung to Sternhold and Hopkins metrical translation of Psalm 100 ("The Old Hundredth"). Beside editions with the German and French texts, there is also an edition with the text of "The old Hundredth" available.
 
:'''Edition notes:''' The Genevan melody to Psalm 134 is in the Anglican Church also sung to Sternhold and Hopkins metrical translation of Psalm 100 ("The Old Hundredth"). Beside editions with the German and French texts, there is also an edition with the text of "The old Hundredth" available.
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{{Genre|Sacred|Hymns}}
 
{{Genre|Sacred|Hymns}}
 
{{Language|3|German|French|English}}
 
{{Language|3|German|French|English}}
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'''Published:''' 2009
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'''Description:''' Polyphonic two part setting with the cantus firmus in the lower voice.
 
'''Description:''' Polyphonic two part setting with the cantus firmus in the lower voice.
  
 
==Original text and translations==
 
==Original text and translations==
{{Text|German}} by Ambrosius Lobwasser (1579)
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1. Ihr knecht des Herren allzugleich
 
1. Ihr knecht des Herren allzugleich
 
Den Herren lobt im himmelreich
 
Den Herren lobt im himmelreich
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Und alles durch sein krafft erhält
 
Und alles durch sein krafft erhält
 
Der segne dich vom berg Sion
 
Der segne dich vom berg Sion
Mit seinen gaben reich und schon.
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Editor: Christoph Dalitz (submitted 2009-03-28).   Score information: A4, 1 page, 24 kB   Copyright: CC BY-SA 3.0 Germany
Edition notes: The Genevan melody to Psalm 134 is in the Anglican Church also sung to Sternhold and Hopkins metrical translation of Psalm 100 ("The Old Hundredth"). Beside editions with the German and French texts, there is also an edition with the text of "The old Hundredth" available.

General Information

Title: Bicinium for the Genevan Psalm 134
Composer: Christoph Dalitz
Source of text: Psalm 134 (German and French version) Psalm 100 (English version)

Number of voices: 2vv   Voicing: AT
Genre: SacredHymn

Languages: German, French, English
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 2009

Description: Polyphonic two part setting with the cantus firmus in the lower voice.

Original text and translations

German.png German text

by Ambrosius Lobwasser (1579)

1. Ihr knecht des Herren allzugleich
Den Herren lobt im himmelreich
Die ihr in Gottes hauß bey nacht
Als seine diener hüt und wacht.

2. Zum heiligthumb die händ auffhebt
Lob ehr und preiß dem Herren gebt
Dancksaget ihm von hertzen grund
Sein lob stets führt in ewerm mund.

3. Gott der geschaffen hat die welt
Und alles durch sein krafft erhält
Der segne dich vom berg Sion
Mit seinen gaben reich und schon.