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Te Deum.

Opening Lat. words of a canticle (see Canticles) in matins; composed in Lat. ca. the beginning of the 5th c.; origin of text uncertain; various musical settings have been written, including one by M. Luther* (WA 35, 521–524). Te Deum laudamus is Lat. for “We praise Thee, O God.” See also Worship, Parts of, 15.

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