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English: "O frondens", a medieval song from the Ordo Virtutum, composed by Hildegard of Bingen ca. 1151 and performed live in 2006.

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English: "O frondens virga" by Hildegard of Bingen, performed live. From Ordo Virtutum
O frondens virga,
In tua nobilitate stans,
sicut aurora procedit.
Nunc gaude et laetare et nos debiles dignare
a mala consuetudine liberare,
atque manum tuam porrige ad erigendum nos.
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Source Edited version (applause at end removed) of File:O frondens.ogg; Originally uploaded by creator
Author User:Makemi
Other versions File:O frondens.ogg - With applause at end.

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current 00:33, 1 October 2008
1 min 36 s (1.39 MB)Adam Cuerden{{Information |Description="O frondens" by Hildegard of Bingen, performed live by self. From ''Ordo Virtutem''. :O frondens virga, :In tua nobilitate stans, :sicut aurora procedit. :Nunc gaude et laetare et nos debiles dignare :a mala consuetudine libe

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