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67 Views · 4 months ago

⁣We sing the entire Rosary, reciting the introduction and the first 7 Hail Marys of each decade in Latin.
The Our Father and the last three Hail Marys of each mystery are sung in Hebrew, English, Spanish, German and French.

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00:00 Credo (Latin)
02:57 Our Father (Latin)
03:55 3 Hail Marys and Gloria (Latin)
06:35 1st Mystery (Latin & Hebrew)
11:10 3 Hail Marys and Glory Be in Hebrew
14:08 2nd Mystery (Latin & English)
17:40 3 Hail Marys and Glory Be in English
19:47 3rd Mystery (Latin & Spanish)
23:32 3 Hail Marys and Glory Be in Spanish
26:39 4th Mystery (Latin & German)
30:18 3 Hail Marys and Glory Be in German
32:41 5th Mystery (Latin & French)
36:20 3 Hail Marys and Glory Be in French
39:10 Salve Regina

Harpa Dei
36 Views · 4 months ago

Download here the translations of the songs: https://shared-assets.adobe.co....m/link/1c33cb91-8034

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00:00 Introduction
03:27 Gloria in excelsis Deo
07:36 Miladuka (Arabic)
11:05 Gaudete, Christus est natus
14:42 Jesu Redemptor omnium (Latin hymn)
18:33 Alilo (Georgian tradition)
21:35 B temnuyu nichku (Ucranian carol)
27:32 Nowel sing we (Medieval english carol)
30:43 Noël Gloria (Congolese carol)
35:27 Rozdestvo tvoje (Serbian Troparion)
38:13 La Virgen lavaba (Villancico mexicano)
40:58 Zu Bethlehem geboren (German carol)
44:21 Oh santissimo Natale (Sicilian carol)
47:25 Adeste fideles
51:08 Stille Nacht (Noche de paz – Silent Night)

Harpa Dei
75 Views · 4 months ago

We thank the Schola of the @GregorianChantAcademy for joining us with their voices in this chant: https://www.gregorianchantacademy.com

Listen here to the full song (without the sound effects of the video): https://open.spotify.com/album..../6IIM2Kjkja2GbHqd62b

The history of this video is about the spiritual fight in which all men are engaged and that has to be waged with the right weapons. This lesson has to be learned by our "hero" in this little film! He represents our often inappropriate pretence to fight the mystery of iniquity with human means. But human courage turns out to be insufficient in this battle! It was the Cross that broke the power of Evil. That is why the chant from the Medal of St. Benedict resounds throughout the video: "Crux sacra sit mihi lux" (The Holy Cross be my light). We sing it 33 times, corresponding to the years our Savior Jesus Christ dwelt on earth.

However, our "hero" is not alone. On his way he is spiritually accompanied by the " prudent virgins ". They take refuge at the Cross, knowing where to find true help. In the ruins of a church, where only the Cross enthroned on the top (a symbol of the present situation of our Holy Church) remains, they keep vigil and light the lamps, while waiting for the "warrior".

The latter, in the midst of his desperate flight from the lion's claws, having exhausted every last one of his arrows in vain, finds the decisive help: a priest who gives him the weapons he needs for his combat: the cross and the Holy Rosary. He himself makes use of the authority conferred on him to drive the enemy away: "Vade retro, Satana!"
Before leaving, the priest hands our "hero" some holy water. The fonts in the churches are to be refilled and this sacramental to be used as another weapon in combat. Thus, our "hero" becomes a "soldier of light" in the army of his Lord - he now knows which weapons to use in this combat!

In the meantime, the " prudent virgins " have found other weapons and spiritual aids: the Word of God and the Virgin Mary, who had to be freed from the dust of oblivion. She assists men in this combat!

Finally, dawn is breaking... After the darkness of this time, the light will come and the darkness will have to give way. This whole struggle must be permeated by trust in God. Indeed, it is not a fight with an open ending! It is not the darkness that will win, but the light.

We commend this little work to the Lord and His holy angels, hoping that it will be of spiritual benefit to all who come in contact with it.

If you are interested in learning more about spiritual combat, listen to this lecture by Brother Elijah: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjivpXNTAQU
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Harpa Dei
57 Views · 4 months ago

aboon dbashmayo
Our Father who art in heaven,
nethkadash shmokh
Holy is Thy name.
tethe malkoothokh
Your Kingdom is coming,
nehwe tzebyonokh
Your will is being done
aykano dbashmayo
on earth as it is in heaven.
of bara‘o hab lan lahmo dsoonkonan
Give us bread for our needs day by day.
Yaumono. washbook lan hawbayn wa htohayn
Forgive us our offenses
aykano dof
as we have forgiven our offenders.
hnan shbaken lhayobin oolo ta‘lahn lnesjuno
Do not let us enter into temptation.
elo faso lann men beesho
Deliver us from evil.
Metool di lokhee malkoutho haylo teschebohto

eL a’olam a’olmeen Amin
We learned this prayer sung in Aramaic from a Syrian bishop in Jerusalem. We recorded the video in the house of St. Mark in the old city of Jerusalem. We used the Western Syriac Aramaic dialect, the one used by Syriacs today in their liturgy.

Harpa Dei
30 Views · 4 months ago

⁣Tota pulchra es, Maria,
et macula originalis non est in te.
Tu gloria Hierusalem, tu laetitia Israel,
tu honorificentia populi nostri, tu advocata peccatorum.
O Maria, O Maria. Ora pro nobis, intercede pro nobis
ad Dominum Jesum Christum.
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Harpa Dei
28 Views · 4 months ago

NUNC DIMITTIS (Prayer before going to sleep)

Harpa Dei
51 Views · 4 months ago

⁣VEXILLA REGIS (Hymn to the Holy Cross)

Abroad the regal banners fly,
now shines the Cross's mystery:
upon it Life did death endure,
and yet by death did life procure.

Who, wounded with a direful spear,
did purposely to wash us clear
from stain of sin, pour out a flood
of precious water mixed with blood.

That which the prophet-king of old
hath in mysterious verse foretold,
is now accomplished, whilst we see
God ruling the nations form a Tree.

O lovely and refulgent Tree,
adorned with purpled majesty;
culled from a worthy stock, to bear
those limbs which sanctified were.

Blest Tree, whose happy branches bore
the wealth that did the world restore;
the beam that did that Body weigh
which raised up Hell's expected prey.

Hail Cross, of hopes the most sublime!
On this triumphant day
grant to the just increase of grace,
and every sinner's crimes efface.

Blest Trinity, salvation's spring
may every soul Thy praises sing;
to those Thou grantest conquest by
the Holy Cross, rewards supply. Amen.


DER VOGHORMIA (Armenian chant sung during the priest Communion)
Lord have mercy.
All Holy Trinity, give peace to the world, healing to the sick
and grant Heaven to those who are asleep.

MULTITUDO LANGUENTIUM (Gregorian chant – Communion verse)

A great multitude of sick people and those who were troubled with unclean spirits came to him, for power came out from him and healed them all. (Lc 6,17-19)
This pauper called out and the Lord heard him, and saved him from all his troubles.
Glory be to the Father...

VENI SANCTE SPIRITUS

Come, Holy Spirit,
send forth from heaven
the rays of thy light

Come, Father of the poor;
Come, giver of gifts,
Come, light of our hearts.

Oh best Comforter,
Sweet guest of the soul,
Sweet refreshment.

In Labor rest
in the heat, moderation;
in tears, solace.

O most blessed Light
fill the inmost heart
of thy faithful.

Without your spirit,
nothing is in man,
nothing that is harmless

Wash that which is sordid
water that which is dry,
heal that which is wounded.

Make flexible that which is rigid,
warm that which is cold,
rule that which is deviant.

Give to thy faithful,
who trust in thee
the sevenfold gifts.

Grant to us the merit of virtue,
Grant salvation at our going forth,
Grant eternal joy.
Amen. Alleluia.

SHEN KHAR VENAKHI (georgian chant dedicated to the Virgin Mary)

You are a vineyard newly blossomed.
Young, beautiful, growing in Eden,
A fragrant poplar sapling in Paradise.
May God adorn you. No one is more worthy of praise.
You yourself are the sun, shining brilliantly.


DE INNOCENTIBUS (Responsory written by Saint Hildegard of Bingen to the Innocent children)


Our King is swift and ready to receive the blood of innocents.
So sing the angels and with praise resound.

But yet the clouds this blood bewail.

That tyrant still was choked by death’s oppressive sleep
in punishment of his grave wickedness.

But yet the clouds this blood bewail.

Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit.

But yet the clouds this blood bewail.


OUR FATHER IN ARAMAIC

Harpa Dei
29 Views · 4 months ago

We share with you a meditative song for this beautiful time of Advent that we are beginning. May our cry reach the Lord, so that He may return soon and renew the face of the Earth: COME, LORD JESUS!
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00:00 English
01:36 Spanish
03:16 German
04:54 Portuguese
06:28 Polish
08:03 French
09:41 Mandarin chinese

Harpa Dei
41 Views · 4 months ago

Communion verse from the Mass in honour of Saint Joseph, which sets the words addressed to him by the angel to melody:

“Joseph fili David, noli timere accipere Mariam conjugem tuam: quod enim in ea natum est de Spiritu Sancto est” (Mt 1,20)

“Joseph, son of David, do not fear to take Mary as your wife, for the child conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit”.

“Joseph fils de David, ne craignez point de garder Marie votre Epouse; car ce qui est né en elle est du Saint-Esprit”

"Иосиф, сын Давидов, не бойся взять Марию в жены , не бойся, ибо Дитя, зачатое в ней, от Святого Духа".
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Harpa Dei
35 Views · 4 months ago

Three songs to our Lady

Harpa Dei
25 Views · 4 months ago

This video has a little story...

A man from the United States sent me, Br. Elijah, a link to a Georgian chant, sung by some little nuns from this country... He told me that Harpa Dei "had to learn this chant", and added that it was the most beautiful song he had ever heard. As far as he had been able to find out, it was a lullaby, and in some source he had read that the Virgin Mary would have sung it to the Child Jesus.

When I heard this song, I immediately perceived its sublime beauty, characteristic of Georgian music. I then remembered that, when I was with the monks in the monastery of Valaam in Russia, someone had said: "In heaven, it will be the Georgians who sing".

In fact, this is not the first time we have encountered the wonderful music of Georgia. We have recorded and published the Georgian song Shen khar venakhi before.

But... is a lullaby appropriate for Harpa Dei, which normally sings Gregorian chant or other musical traditions, focusing properly on sacred chant? Is it appropriate for them to perform a chant whose text reflects the tender way in which a mother speaks to her child? And what could be shown in a video? But wasn't there a story that the Virgin Mary would have sung it to the baby Jesus? Well, the reason would immediately say: "Well yes, a nice legend".

However, the beauty of this song would not let me go....

And then this thought came to me: Couldn't it be a song that is not sung for just one child? What about a lullaby for our "favourites": the unborn children, who are still in their mother's womb? Couldn't the beauty of this song touch the mothers or fathers, to move their hearts to love and accept the child in the womb? And let the children know that we are waiting for them!

And what about the story that Our Lady would have sung this lullaby to the Child Jesus? And this Jesus has given her to us all as Mother, and we are all called to become children of God through the Child of Bethlehem! Could it be that she can sing this song together with us for all of us?

And this is how the idea of the song came about.

Now it is a lullaby for all children: for the unborn, but also for those who have not experienced the love of a mother, as well as for those who did have the joy of growing up surrounded by love....

Thanks to the Mother of God, this song has been extended to all children, and thanks to the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, it is accompanied by a strong priestly blessing and an authoritative prayer, so that it may touch the hearts of mothers and fathers who are in danger of not welcoming the life entrusted to them.

If you believe it, it will now be the song of the Virgin Mary, which she sings together with us with the intention of consoling and saving her children.

Therefore, our great request as Harpa Dei is that you accompany the song IAVNANA with your prayers, so that it brings blessing, and that you spread it. Heaven and the children will thank you for it!

Listen here to the explanation https://youtu.be/XA5RFLcjMFg

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Harpa Dei
30 Views · 4 months ago

The prayer of the heart sung in CHURCH SLAVONIC: Го́споди Иису́се Христе́, Сы́не Божий, поми́луй мя гре́шнаго (Gospodi Iisuse Hristie, Sine Bozhii, pomilui mea greshnago)

ENGLISH: "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner."
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To learn more about the Jesus Prayer, we recommend listening to this lecture by Br. Elijah: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8NmWQ1W0Ks

The "prayer of the heart" (also called the "Jesus prayer") is a valuable form of prayer, originally from the Eastern Church. In an attempt to correspond to St. Paul's exhortation to "pray without ceasing" (1Thess 5:17), the desert fathers developed this systematic repetition of an ejaculatory, the classic form of which is, "Lord Jesus, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner." When we have exercised ourselves a little in this prayer, we will notice that, thanks to its simplicity, it lends itself perfectly to praying it in any place and circumstance: while driving, while doing household chores, while in the waiting room, etc.
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Harpa Dei
27 Views · 4 months ago

It is with great joy that we publish this chant to the holy angels, composed by St. Hildegard of Bingen. For a whole year we sang it daily and very often in Jerusalem.

With this song, we ask the holy angels - to whom we have entrusted the spreading of our musical apostolate - to help to realise the great intention we carry in our hearts: a true conversion of mankind to the One whom they - the angels - love and serve, and whose divine eyes they gaze upon without ceasing. There is nothing more important for people than to know the love of God and to follow His Son, whom He sent to redeem us.

O most glorious angels, may the triumphant joy of your nature, untainted by every wicked deed, help to drive away the darkness, so that the Kingdom of God may come.
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In the present year, 2023, we have proposed to serve with our prayer and apostolate in a special way the intention of conversion, and we would like to invite our listeners to join us in this great intention.


English translation of the song:

O living light, O angels glorious!

Below divinity, upon the eyes divine you gaze within the darkness mystical of all creation—

In yearnings set alight which can never be quenched or satiated:

How glorious too are these, the joys your form possesses—

that form that in your number remains untouched by every wicked deed that first arose in your companion, that now-lost angel who wished to fly above, within the hidden

pinnacle of God— then twisted, tortured, he was plunged into his ruin.

But yet, his fall’s devices by cunning plot he laid against the craft of God’s creative finger.


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Harpa Dei
20 Views · 4 months ago

Harpa Dei sings, in an arrangement of the choir's own, the hymn "Gloria, laus et honor", which is the ancient Palm Sunday hymn sung during the solemn entrance into the church on this feast.
The hymn was composed as early as the 9th century by the French bishop Theodulf of Orleans, and from there it reached Rome, where it became an integral part of the liturgy.
The audio and video recordings were made by Harpa Dei in Jerusalem. The shots show Bethphage, the place where Jesus rode the donkey; the Mount of Olives above Jerusalem, and then the Kidron Valley below the city walls; in other words, the path that Jesus Himself traveled on that glorious day when He was recognized by His people as King and Messiah.

Translation of the song into English:

Glory, honour, and laud be to Thee, King Christ the Redeemer!
Children before whose steps raised their Hosannas of praise.

Israel's king art Thou, and the glorious Offspring of David, thou that approachest a King blessed in the Name of the LORD.

Met Thee with Palms in their hands that day the folk of the Hebrews:
We with our prayers and our hymns now to Thy presence approach.

They to Thee proffered their praise for to herald Thy dolorous Passion;
We to the King on His Throne utter the jubilant hymn.

They were then pleasing to Thee, unto Thee our devotion be pleasing;
Merciful King, kind King, Who in all goodness art pleased.

Download the sheet music here: https://gregobase.selapa.net/chant.php?id=10975
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Harpa Dei
53 Views · 5 months ago

⁣Magníficat ánima méa Dóminum,
Et exultávit spíritus méus in Déo salutári méo.
Quia respéxit humilitátem ancíllæ súæ,
ecce enim ex hoc beátam me dícent ómnes generatiónes.
Quia fécit míhi mágna qui pótens est :
et sánctum nómen éjus
Et misericórdia éjus a progénie in progénies timéntibus éum.
Fécit poténtiam in bráchio súo :
dispérsit supérbos ménte córdis súi.
Depósuit poténtes de séde,
et exaltávit húmiles.
Esuriéntes implévit bónis :
et dívites dimísit inánes.
Suscépit Israël púerum súum,
recordátus misericórdiæ súæ.
Sicut locútus est ad pátres nóstros,
Abraham et sémini éjus in saécula.
Glória Pátri et Fílio et Spirítui Sáncto,
Sicut érat in princípio, et nunc, et sémper,
et in saécula sæculórum.
Amen.”

Harpa Dei
49 Views · 5 months ago

Te Deum

Harpa Dei
87 Views · 9 months ago

Text: Sacred Scripture
Music: Harpa Dei

We are very happy that we can address to Our Lord Jesus Christ this cry of love, together with 12 priests from 12 countries around the world and with the accompaniment of various instruments. The Spirit cries out together with his Bride -the Church-, asking for the soon return of the King of heaven and earth.

We are especially grateful to our priest friends and to the musicians who have accompanied us in this project.


-LATIN: Fr. Guido Rodheudt (Parish Priest of St. Gertrud in Herzogenrath).
-SPANISH: Fr. Carlos Spahn FRICYDIM
-ENGLISH: Anonymous
-RUSSIAN: иерей Дмитрий Ушаков (Fr. Dimitri Ushakov)
-PORTUGUESE: Fr. Guilherme Anselmo, Ignatian Missionary
-FRENCH: Fr. Alban Marie
-CHINESE: Fr. Joseph Yang
-ITALIAN: Fr. Alessandro Coniglio O.F.M.
-POLISH: Fr Zacheusz Drążek O.F.M.
-SWAHILI: Fr. Arone Janes Mmbaga
-LITHUANIAN: Fr. Francis of the Child Jesus, C.S.J.
-GERMAN: Br. Elijah
-LATIN (final): Fr. Johannes Maria

INSTRUMENTS:
-Larissa Fedoryka (Cello)
-Annie Ponce (Flute)
-Ieva Jankaviciene (Violin)

Harpa Dei
99 Views · 9 months ago

Text: Aurelio Espinosa P. S.J.
Music: Belisario Peña P.

In the last few weeks, news has reached us again and again about the terrible increase in crime in Ecuador, the first country consecrated to the Heart of Jesus. In that sense, we wanted to record this meaningful song, which for the Ecuadorian people is a kind of "national religious hymn".
In the current emergency situation, we recall the prayer campaign "Break the rod of the violent" that we carried out in 2011, with visible fruits. At that time, after many people in Ecuador and in other countries joined in this prayer for a year, it was possible to see that, thanks to God, the numbers of serious crimes decreased significantly.

The current emergency situation leads us now to invite our listeners to join in this simple prayer:
https://youtu.be/Vpl3nN-wPwk


Loving heavenly Father,
we come to you full of confidence,
firmly believing that you will come to the aid of the ecuadorian people.

Look at the suffering caused by violence and evil
and with your power weaken the influence of evil.
Crush the rod of the violent and take away its dominance over souls.

Give us the grace to offer spiritual resistance against evil.
Permit us to receive more sincerely the gift of faith and put it into practice.

May our prayers bring about the conversion of those who are far from you, enslaved by sin.
So that together we may recognise you, honor you and love you, as our heavenly Father.
This we ask through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
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Harpa Dei
64 Views · 9 months ago

Several years ago, we learned this song from a Chinese priest in Jerusalem. As he was singing it to us for the first time, suddenly his voice broke and he started to cry. Then he told us, "The world has no idea how much we Christians suffer in China." In that sense, we have recorded and published this beautiful Marian song with the intention of praying, on the one hand, for our Chinese Christian brothers and sisters persecuted because of their faith and, on the other hand, for so many millions of them who have not yet received the light of the Gospel.
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Harpa Dei
44 Views · 9 months ago

At the beginning of the 17th century, relatives of Father Jeronimos started to have problems in their marriage. As they reached the point of separation, they went to see Father Jacob, known by his strong devotion to Mary and his gift of wise spiritual counsel. After a month of prayer, the Blessed Virgin Mary intervened and the couple was able to save their marriage.

As an act of thanksgiving, Father Jeronimos ordered a picture to be painted, representing the Virgin Mary untying knots of a wedding band.

The devotion to Maria Knotenlöserin (Mary untying knots) and her miraculous help in various problems, from broken marriages to terminal cancer, has spread all around the world, especially to Argentina and Brazil, thanks to the missionary work of Father Jorge Bergoglio (Pope Francis).

Today, the original painting is located in the Church of Saint Peter am Perlach in Augsburg, Germany.

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