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  • Sed eheu inquis euge quid agemus? ubi pro Epithalamio Bellonae flagellum, pro musica harmonia terribilum lituorum et tubarum audias clangorem, pro taedis nuptialibus, villarum, pagorum, urbium videas incendia; ubi pro jubilo lamenta, pro risu fletus aerem complent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The music of "In dulci jubilo" [19] has, with all its religious feeling, something of the nature of a dance, and unites in a strange fashion solemnity, playfulness, and ecstatic delight.

    Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan

  • In a fourteenth-century Life of the mystic Heinrich Suso it is told how one day angels came to him to comfort him in his sufferings, how they took him by the hand and led him to dance, while one began a glad song of the child Jesus, "In dulci jubilo."

    Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan

  • Sunday sort, who fancies the adoption of the prohibition amendment the coming of "de jubilo."

    "Marse Henry" : an autobiography,

  • Further, passing through the Greek iobelaios, or iobelos, the word became confused with the Latin jubilo, which means "to shout", and has given us the forms jubilatio and jubilaeum, now adopted in most

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Bethlehem, and In dulci jubilo, for they are found, with some modern Latin hymns written by Johann Wilhelm Petersen (1649-1727), in Freylinghausen's

    The Hymns of Methodism in their Literary Relations

  • The song is a development, an offspring as it were, a blossom of the Chorale "in dulci jubilo," for which of course I had to employ Organ.

    Letters

  • Assuredly I am no optimist of the Billy Sunday sort, who fancies the adoption of the prohibition amendment the coming of "de jubilo."

    Marse Henry, Complete An Autobiography

  • Then they drew the Servitor by the hand into the dance, and the youth began a joyous ditty about the infant Jesus, which runs thus: -- "In dulci jubilo," &c.

    The Life of Blessed Henry Suso by Himself.

  • In dulci jubilo, chorale setting for 4 voices, BWV 368 (BC F110)

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