Surrexit Christus hodie

Surrexit Christus hodie. Latin, 14th century. This is found in Daniel, Thesaurus Hymnologicus I. 341 in the section ‘Carmina Sacra, quae in Breviarum Ordinarium non redacta, private consilio ad sacra obeunda adhibita sunt’. Daniel’s text, entitled ‘De Resurrectione Domine’, was as follows: Surrexit Christus hodie Humano pro solamine. Alleluia Mortem qui passus pridie Miserrimo pro homine. All. Mulieres ad tumulum Dona ferunt aromatum. All. Quaerentes Iesum dominum Qui est salvator hominum. All. Album cernentes angelum Annunciatum gaudium. All. Mulieres o tremulae, In Galilaeam pergite. All. Discipulis hoc dicite Quod surrexit rex gloriae. All. Petro dehinc et ceteris Apparuit...

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