Chant score from the Liber Usualis , p. English translation below. Chant score from the Liber Usualis , pp. Its earliest appearance was in the 12th century, although some also attribute this text to Herimann the Lame.
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Et pro nobis Christum exora. Hail, O Queen of Heaven enthroned. Hail, by angels mistress owned. Hail, O Queen of Heaven. Hail, O Lady of Angels Hail! Compline , as revised in after the Second Vatican Council , ends with the antiphon alone. Dignare me laudare te, Virgo sacrata. Da mihi virtutem contra hostes tuos. Concede, misericors Deus, fragilitati nostrae praesidium: ut, qui sanctae Dei Genetricis memoriam agimus; intercessionis eius auxilio, a nostris iniquitatibus resurgamus.
Per Christum Dominum nostrum. Vouchsafe that I may praise thee, O sacred Virgin. Give me strength against thine enemies. Let us pray We beseech thee, O Lord, mercifully to assist our infirmity: that like as we do now commemorate Blessed Mary Ever-Virgin, Mother of God; so by the help of her intercession we may die to our former sins and rise again to newness of life.
Through Christ our Lord. Allow me to praise thee, O sacred Virgin. Against thy enemies give me strength. Let us pray. Grant unto us, O merciful God, a defense against our weakness, that we who remember the holy Mother of God, by the help of her intercession, may rise from our iniquities, through Christ our Lord.
Ave Regina Cælorum – Hail, Queen of Heaven!
Et pro nobis Christum exora. Hail, O Queen of Heaven enthroned. Hail, by angels mistress owned. Hail, O Queen of Heaven. Hail, O Lady of Angels Hail!
Ave Regina Caelorum
Alma Redemptoris mater - Ave Regina caelorum (Josquin des Prez)