The Hymns and Carols of Christmas

Iure plaudant omnia

For Christmas

Words and Melody said to be of the fourteenth century;
From the Paterborn Gesangbuch (1609).

To setting by C. W.

Source: George Ratcliffe Woodward, The Cowley Carol Book, Second Series (London: A. R. Mowbray & Co., Ltd., ca. 1919), Carol #81.

1. Iure plaudant omnia
cuncta sonent gaudia leticie;
celica, terrestria;
Iesus Christus nobis natus hodie.

2. Summi patris filius,
ope sancti spiritus,
ex Marie virgine
castissima
Iseus Christus nobis natur hodie.

3. Angelus pastoribus
nocte vigilantibus
salvatorem nunciat
in Bethlehem
Iseum Christum, nobis natum hodie.

4. Tres reges adveniunt,
aurum, thus, myrrham ferunt
regi deo hominique
supplices
Iesu Christo, nobis nato hodie.

Sheet Music from Woodward, The Cowley Carol Book, Second Series (London: A. R. Mowbray & Co., Ltd., ca. 1919), Carol #81.

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