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UBI CARITAS (TAIZE)

Meter: Irregular Appears in 38 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: Jacques Berthier Tune Key: F Major Incipit: 33221 14323 32216 Used With Text: Live in Charity (Ubi Caritas)

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Ubi caritas et amor

Meter: Irregular Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: Your love O Jesus Christ Used With Tune: UBI CARITAS Text Sources: Ubi caritas et amor, 9th c.

Ubi Caritas

Author: Taize Community Appears in 4 hymnals First Line: If I have the gift of prophecy Refrain First Line: Ubi caritas et amor (Live in charity and steadfast love) Topics: Rites of the Church Marriage; Brotherhood and Sisterhood; Patience Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:2-8 Used With Tune: [If I have the gift of prophecy]
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Ubi Caritas

Author: Taizé Community Appears in 34 hymnals First Line: Ubi caritas et amor Topics: Christian Living; Communion Processional Hymns; Eucharistic Celebration (Mass) Responsorial Psalms; Holy Week Holy Thursday; Love; Sacraments/Rites Marriage; Sacred Heart; Unity Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:2-8 Used With Tune: [Ubi caritas et amor]

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Ubi Caritas

Author: Taizé Community Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #946 (2000) First Line: Your love, O Jesus Christ Refrain First Line: Ubi caritas et amor Topics: Communion Chants; Holy Communion Chants; Year B Easter 5; Year C Easter 5; Year C Epiphany 4; Years A, B, and C Maundy Thursday Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 Languages: English Tune Title: [Ubi caritas et amor]

Ubi Caritas

Author: Jacques Berthier; Michael Praetorius; Suzanne Toolan Hymnal: Worship in Song #222 (1996) First Line: Ubi caritas (Live in charity) Topics: Children; Children; Latin; Love Languages: Latin Tune Title: [Ubi caritas et amor] (Taizé)
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Ubi caritas et amor

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: CPWI Hymnal #556 (2010) Meter: 8.10 Lyrics: Ubi caritas et amor, ubi caritas, Deus ibi est. Ubi caritas et amor, ubi caritas, Deus ibi est. Topics: General Hymns The Christian Life Languages: Latin Tune Title: UBI CARITAS (BERTHIER)

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Anonymous

Author of "Ubi caritas et amor" in CPWI Hymnal In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries.

Communauté de Taizé

Person Name: Taizé Community Author of "Ubi Caritas" in Worship (3rd ed.)

Michael Praetorius

1571 - 1621 Author of "Ubi Caritas" in Worship in Song Born into a staunchly Lutheran family, Michael Praetorius (b. Creuzburg, Germany, February 15, 1571; d. Wolfenbüttel, Germany, February 15, 1621) was educated at the University of Frankfort-an-der-Oder. In 1595 he began a long association with Duke Heinrich Julius of Brunswick, when he was appoint­ed court organist and later music director and secretary. The duke resided in Wolfenbüttel, and Praetorius spent much of his time at the court there, eventually establishing his own residence in Wolfenbüttel as well. When the duke died, Praetorius officially retained his position, but he spent long periods of time engaged in various musical appointments in Dresden, Magdeburg, and Halle. Praetorius produced a prodigious amount of music and music theory. His church music consists of over one thousand titles, including the sixteen-volume Musae Sionae (1605-1612), which contains Lutheran hymns in settings ranging from two voices to multiple choirs. His Syntagma Musicum (1614-1619) is a veritable encyclopedia of music and includes valuable information about the musical instruments of his time. Bert Polman