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Cantate Domino (book)

Cantate Domino (1924-1980). The phrase ‘Cantate Domino’ is from Psalm 96: 1, ‘Sing to the Lord a new song’. Its opening Latin words were used as an extra-territorial title by the World’s Student Christian Federation for a succession of books published during the 20th century for Christian students from all countries. The editions were as follows: 1. Geneva: World’s Student Christian Federation (1924) No date, but given as 1924 in the Second Edition. Many translations are dated 1924. The preface, in English, French and German, was signed ‘S.B.’ (Suzanne Bidgrain; 1879-1961). It contained 64 hymns, each accompanied by two translations, normally in English, French and German, ‘but a few...

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