Blood Thirsty - O Come Emmanuel (The One Foretold) mp3 album
- Performer: Blood Thirsty
- Title: O Come Emmanuel (The One Foretold)
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: DTS AAC FLAC MP4 AIFF AU MP3
- Released: 2014
- Style: Death Metal
- MP3 album: 1321 mb
- FLAC album: 1201 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 578
Released: Dec 2, 2014. More By Blood Thirsty. See All. Sanguine River Absolution. Woe to the City of Blood.
Band Name Blood Thirsty. Album Name O Come Emmanuel (the One Foretold). Released date 02 December 2014. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleSymphonic Death Black. Members owning this album0. 1. O Come Emmanuel (the One Foretold). Other productions from Blood Thirsty. Albums in Symphonic Death Black. God the Lux. Vesania (PL). Poetry of the Ill-Minded.
Blood Thirsty Lyrics. O Come Emmanuel (The One Foretold) Album. O Come Emmanuel (The One Foretold) Lyrics. Blood Thirsty - O Come Emmanuel (The One Foretold) Lyrics. Artist: Blood Thirsty. Traversing westward from afar We beheld the rising of the star Tell us where the child was born The One foretold Crown to be worn. We have finally found the one The Son of God His will be done Treasures to the child we bring Glory to the newborn King.
O come, O come, Emmanuel To free your captive Israel That mourns in lonely exile here Until the Son of God appear. Rejoice! Rejoice! O Israel To you shall come Emmanuel. O veni, veni Emmanuel Captivum solve Israel Qui gemit in exilio Privates Dei Filio. Gaude! Gaude! Emmanuel Nascetur pro te, Israel.
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O come, O come, Emmanuel" (Latin: "Veni, veni, Emmanuel") is a Christian hymn for Advent and Christmas. The text was originally written in Latin. It is a metrical paraphrase of the O Antiphons, a series of plainchant antiphons attached to the Magnificat at Vespers over the final days before Christmas. The 1861 translation by John Mason Neale from Hymns Ancient and Modern is the most prominent by far in the English-speaking world, but other English translations also exist.
The English translation of "O Come, All Ye Faithful" by the English Catholic priest Frederick Oakeley, written in 1841, is widespread in most English-speaking countries. The text has been translated innumerable times into English. The most common version today is a combination of one of Frederick Oakeley's translations of the original four verses, and William Thomas Brooke's translation of the three additional verses. It was first published in Murray's Hymnal in 1852
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- Recorded At – Corzine Studio
- Mixed At – Corzine Studio
- Mastered At – Corzine Studio
- Artwork By, Layout – Derek Corzine
- Lyrics By [All Lyrics], Instruments [All Instruments], Vocals [All Vocals] – Derek Corzine
- Painting [Front Cover "Journey Of The Three Magi To Bethlehem"] – Leonært Bramer*
- Vocals [Angel] – Amulyn Corzine, Derek Corzine
- Vocals [Child, Children's Choir] – Mercedie Guntor
- Vocals [Children's Choir] – Ariana Poynor, JJ Guntor, Josh Guntor, Marlee Whichard, Meghan Stengel
- Vocals [Guest Vocals, Magi On The Left] – DC Mills
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