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St Columba: 2013 is the 1450th anniversary of St Columba and his companions reaching Iona. Useful hymns include:

Altus Prosator: The hymn of Columba: Latin original by St Columba. Translation by Duncan MacGregor (1854 – 1923) melody line and choir: Sheet music

Iona Boat Song:4th verse: traditional hymn of Columba with version by Bill McLaughlin and Pam Murray (c) Kevin Mayhew. words | audio

Let Christian men: a hymn of Columba with words by Rev W McLelland sheet music

Ave Maris Stella: an ancient Marian anthem set by John McQuaid and published in the St Andrew Hymnal words | sheet music

Alma Redemptoris Mater: this Latin hymn, sung at the end of Compline during Advent and Christmastide, is thought to be by Hermannus Contractus in the 11th century. The origin of the plainsong music is unknown but the 2nd setting is by Palestrina. To access click on the file below:
plainsong
Palestrina

Bring Flowers of the Rarest
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Creator Alme Siderum: creator of the stars of night melody

Dear St Joseph Sheet music | words

From lands that see the sun arise Caelius Sedulius, 5th Century (A solis ortus cardine); translated from Latin to English by John M. Neale’’ Morning Prayer for January 2nd. a melody | words

Guardian Angel Words by Sisters of Notre Dame. Recorded by the St Mungo Singers. To access please click on the file below: Sheet music | Words | audio

I Rise from Dreams of Time
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Regina Coeli – Joy fill your heart If you make a copy of the words or music of this piece please acknowledge author, composer and publisher in your returns if you take out a licence with a copyright licencing body such as Calamus or CCL. words | Sheet music

Regina Coeli – plainsong sheet music

Salve Regina: recorded by the St Mungo Singers, the Archdiocese of Glasgow. Sheet music | audio

St Ninian: Ninian of Galloway Words: J McHardie. Music Francis Duffy Words | Sheet music

O God, creation’s secret force (Rerum Deus tenax vigor) Words: Attributed to Ambrose of Milan, 4th Century translated from Latin to English by John M. Neale 1852. Music (c) Gerry Fitzpatrick. Suggested for prayer in the morning (Office of Readings Wednesday) or as a short entry song for Mass. words | sheet music

St Paul of Tarsus: words (c) Noel S Donnelly Words

St Peregrin Words (c) Noel S Donnelly. St Mungo Music. If you make a copy of the words or music of this piece please acknowledge author, composer and publisher in your returns if you take out a licence with a copyright licencing body such as Calamus or CCL. To access the music please click on the file Sheet music | words

The Church’s one Foundation words | Sheet music | audio

We believe in God the Father Words (c) Pam Murray. Music (c) Gerry Fitzpatrick. St Mungo Music You are welcome to copy the words or music of this piece freely. But please acknowledge author, composer and publisher in your returns if you take out a licence with a copyright licencing body such as Calamus or CCL. To access the music please click on the file below Sheet music | audio