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Jubilate

- Noun

The third Sunday after Easter; -- so called because the introit is the 66th Psalm, which, in the Latin version, begins with the words, "Jubilate Deo."

- Noun

A name of the 100th Psalm; -- so called from its opening word in the Latin version.

- Verb i.

To exult; to rejoice.


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    Psalm 100 is the 100th psalm in the Hebrew Bible of the Book of Psalms. In English, it is translated as "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands." in the King James Version (KJV), and as "O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands" in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). Its Hebrew name is מִזְמוֹר לְתוֹדָה‎, 'Mizmor l'Todah' and it is subtitled a "Psalm of gratitude confession". In the Greek Septuagint version of the Bible, and in the Latin Vulgate, this Psalm is Psalm 99 in a slightly different numbering system. In the Vulgate, it begins Jubilate Deo or Jubilate, which also became the title of the BCP version.

  • Exsultate, jubilate

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    Exsultate, jubilate (Exult, rejoice), K. 165, is a 1773 motet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

  • Jubilate Group

    Jubilate Group

    The Jubilate Group is a Christian publishing house, which administers copyright for more than sixty composers and writers. The group was founded by Michael Baughen in the 1960s. The group's first production was Youth Praise. In 1982, Jubilate published Hymns for Today's Church , one of the first hymn books with completely modernised language. In 1999, Sing Glory, Jubilate's most recent major hymn book, was published.

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  • Jubilate Sunday

    Jubilate Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Eastertide, being the third Sunday after Easter Sunday. It is called this because in the liturgy of the Catholic Church and the Lutheran Church the first line of the introit for that day's Mass is "Jubilate Deo omnis terra" ("Shout with joy to God, all the earth") from Psalm 66 (65).

  • German Jubilate Harmonium Reeds

    German Jubilate Harmonium Reeds

    German Jubilate Harmonium Reeds are brass reeds used in Indian harmoniums that were manufactured in Germany between 1911 and the early 1960s. The reeds were originally manufactured for American style suction reed organs being manufactured in Germany on machinery that was bought second hand in Chicago in the United States and imported to Germany by Karl Mannborg son of Theodor Mannborg. Mannborg owned the factory in Pegau, Germany supplying organ parts for American style suction reed organs. Germany (and later in England) was the only country in Europe that was manufacturing American style suction reed organs while the rest of the reed organ industry in Europe was making pressure reed Harmoniums.

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    Jubilate Agno (Latin: "Rejoice in the Lamb") is a religious poem by Christopher Smart, and was written between 1759 and 1763, during Smart's confinement for insanity in St. Luke's Hospital, Bethnal Green, London. The poem was first published in 1939, under the title Rejoice in the Lamb: A Song from Bedlam, edited by W. F. Stead from Smart's manuscript, which Stead had discovered in a private library.

  • Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate

    Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate

    Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate is the common name for a sacred choral composition in two parts, written by George Frideric Handel to celebrate the Treaty of Utrecht, which established the Peace of Utrecht in 1713, ending the War of the Spanish Succession. He composed a Te Deum, HWV 278, and a Jubilate Deo (Psalm 100 ), HWV 279. The combination of the two texts in English follows earlier models. The official premiere of the work was on 13 July 1713 in a service in St Paul's Cathedral in London.

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    After the liturgical reforms of Vatican II, Pope Paul VI presented a 1974 document as a "minimum repertoire of Gregorian chant" which the faithful should learn to sing. In promulgating the booklet, the Congregation for Divine Worship stated that the book would be "extremely useful if the faithful learn the chants contained in the volume, as the Pope and the Congregation for Divine Worship intend."

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    The Jubilate Deo Chorale and Orchestra is a Roman Catholic musical group that attempts to use music to integrate spirituality into the mainstream of society. In 1991 the New Jersey diocese granted permission for Msgrs. Carl and Louis Marucci, to create the group.

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