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{{Descr|Gray calls his descant "Alleluia, dulce carmen, ''or'' Tantum ergo". The descant is based on the hymn tune variously named ''Dulce carmen'', ''Alleluia, dulce carmen'', or ''Tantum ergo'', which can be found [[Alleluia, song of gladness (Anonymous)|here]].}}
 
{{Descr|Gray calls his descant "Alleluia, dulce carmen, ''or'' Tantum ergo". The descant is based on the hymn tune variously named ''Dulce carmen'', ''Alleluia, dulce carmen'', or ''Tantum ergo'', which can be found [[Alleluia, song of gladness (Anonymous)|here]].}}
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==Original text and translations==
 
==Original text and translations==

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  • (Posted 2022-05-07)  CPDL #69120:       
Editor: Andrew Sims (submitted 2022-05-07).   Score information: A4, 1 page, 28 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Compiled from two sources: "A Book of Descants" (Organ Edition), 1924, and "A Book of Descants" (Treble Parts), 1920.

General Information

Title: Alleluia, dulce carmen
Composer: Alan Gray
Lyricist:
Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: S
Genre: SacredDescant

Language: English
Instruments: Organ

First published: 1920
Description: Gray calls his descant "Alleluia, dulce carmen, or Tantum ergo". The descant is based on the hymn tune variously named Dulce carmen, Alleluia, dulce carmen, or Tantum ergo, which can be found here.

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Original text and translations

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