Day 14 of #100daysofchant
This is a hymn my mother typed up from some scattered sources.
It's not very well known, so it's a bit hard to find a translation, but here's my best shot off the top of my head, mostly:
Christ is risen, he has covered our bad things, and those whom he has loved he has led to heaven, alleluia.
Death is dead, Satan is bound, hell is wasted, the Fathers are freed, alleluia.
At morning hour, divine power arose like a strong lion, breaking the gates, alleluia.
You arise victor over death, you killing sins, give life and this stability, alleluia.
Praise to the Father Creator, the Son restored, and the Spirit, unto ages of ages, alleluia.
And the Latin text for anyone searching:
Christus resurrexit, mala nostra texit, et quos hic dilexit, hos ad caelos vexit, alleluia.
Morte mortem stravit, Satanam ligavit, infernum vastavit Patres liveravit, alleluia.
Hora matutina, virtute divina surgit leo fortis, fractis orci portis, alleluia.
Morte surgis victa: Tu nostra delicta necans, dona vitam, et hanc stabilitam, alleluia.
Laus Patri Creanti, Nato Restauranti, Amborem Spiranti, Per saecla regnanti, alleluia.
You can see from the rhyming structure that it must be relatively recent. It feels natural to sing it with a fairly strong beat.
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