Victimae Paschali Laudes

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Victimae paschali laudes (Praises to the Easter victim)
attr. Wipo of Burgundy

Sequence prescribed for the Catholic Mass and liturgical Protestant Eucharists of Easter Sunday. It is usually attributed to the 11th century Wipo of Burgundy, chaplain to the German Emperor Conrad II, but has also been attributed to Notker Balbulus, Robert II of France, and Adam of St. Victor.

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