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Dall'abisso del peccato (From the abyss of sin)

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Uploaded by: sanden (02/26/15)
Composer: Picchi, Luigi (1899-1970)
Sample Producer: Sonus Paradisi
Sample Set: Laurenskerk - Main Organ - 1973 Marcussen & Son
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Hymn
Description:
For the LENTEN HYMN PROJECT.

Luigi Picchi (Sairano, September 27, 1899 - Como, August 12, 1970) was an Italian organist and composer of songs mostly sacred and liturgical.

Text original in Italian language:

1 Dall'abisso del peccato
noi lo sguardo a Te leviamo:
con il cuore addolorato
il perdono Ti chiediamo.
O Signore, porgi ascolto
a quest'umile preghiera:
Tu circondi chi in Te spera
della tua fedeltà.

T: Pietà di noi, Signor, pietà
risplenda a noi la Tua Bontà.

2 Pellegrini sulla terra
nel deserto camminiamo,
ma sperando con certezza,
o Signor, a Te diciamo:
"Nel mistero della croce
alla vita nasceremo,
e la gloria noi avremo,
quando un giorno tornerai"...

in English:

1 From the abyss of sin
we look to Thee we raise:
with aching heart
We ask forgiveness.
O Lord, graciously hear
in this humble prayer:
You surround yourself
with those who hope in Thee Your loyalty.

T: Have mercy on us, Lord,
have mercy:
shine on us Thy goodness.

2 Pilgrims on earth
we walk in the desert,
but hoping for sure,
O God, we say to you:
"In the mystery of the cross
life will be born,
and the glory we will have,
when one day return "...

*For this recording I used the Demo version.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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