Christe, Redemptor omnium I (Victoria, Tomás Luis de)

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Editor Felipe Pedrell (1841–1922)
Publisher. Info. Opera Omnia, Vol.5 (pp.4–9)
Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1908. Plate V.W.V.
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Work Title Christe, Redemptor omnium, Ex Patre … Tu lumen
Alternative. Title Christe, Redemptor omnium I
Composer Victoria, Tomás Luis de
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 verses
  1. Christe, Redemptor omnium (plainsong)
  2. Tu lumen, tu splendor Patris (SATB)
  3. Memento salutis auctor (plainsong)
  4. Sic præsens testatur dies (may be sung either SSAT or SAT)
  5. Hunc cælum terra hunc mare (plainsong)
  6. Nos quoque qui sancto tuo (SATB)
  7. Gloria tibi Domine (plainsong)
First Publication. 1581 in Hymni totius anni (No.2)
Librettist Anonymous 6th century text
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 voices (high clefs: G2, C2, C3, C4)
Extra Information This is the Vespers hymn for the Christmas season; the hymn for All Saints is Christe, Redemptor omnium II
Hymni totius anni by Tomás Luis de Victoria — 32 hymns for the church year

1. Conditor alme siderum (Advent)
2. Christe, Redemptor omnium I (Christmas)
3. Salvete, flores martyrum (Holy Innocents)
4. Hostis Herodes impie (Epiphany)
5. Lucis Creator optime (Sundays during the year)
6. Ad preces nostras (Sundays in Quadragesima)
7. Vexilla regis prodeunt (Passion Sunday and Easter Day)
8. Ad cænam Agni providi (Easter Octave until Ascension)
9. Jesu, nostra redemptio (Ascension)
10. Veni Creator Spiritus (Pentecost)
11. O lux beata Trinitas (Trinity Sunday)
12. Pange lingua gloriosi (Corpus Christi)
13. Quodcumque vinclis (Seat of St Peter)
14. Doctor egregie Paule (Conversion of St Paul)
15. Ave maris stella (Feasts of the Blessed Virgin)
16. Ut queant laxis (Feast of St John Baptist)

17. Aurea luce, et decore roseo (Feast of St Peter)
18. Lauda mater Ecclesia (Feast of St Mary Magdalene)
19. Petrus beatus (Feast of St Peter in chains)
20. Quicumque Christum quaeritis (Transfiguration)
21. Tibi, Christe, splendor Patris (Feast of St Michael and all angels)
22. Christe, Redemptor omnium II (Feast of All Saints)
23. Exultet cælum laudibus (Feast of an apostle)
24. Tristes erant apostoli (Feast of an apostle in Lent)
25. Deus, tuorum militum (Feast of a martyr)
26. Sanctorum meritis (Feast of several martyrs)
27. Rex gloriose martyrum (Feast of martyrs in Lent)
28. Iste confessor (Feast of a confessor)
29. Jesu, corona virginum (Feast of a virgin)
30. Hujus obtentu Deus (For neither a virgin nor martyr)
31. Urbs beata Jerusalem (For the dedication of a church)
32. Pange lingua gloriosi (spanish mode; Feast of Corpus Christi)