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De profundis refers to Psalm 130 (129 in the Vulgate), traditionally known as the De profundis from its opening words in Latin.
It may also refer to:
- De Profundis (ballet), a ballet by J. Lang (2007) to Arvo Pärt's composition for men's voices, percussion (ad lib.) and organ (1980)
- De Profundis (film), an animated film by Miguelanxo Prado
- De Profundis (musical work), a musical work by Ildebrando Pizzetti
- De Profundis (letter), an 1897 work written by Oscar Wilde during his imprisonment, in the form of a letter to Lord Alfred Douglas
- De Profundis (record label), a record label
- De Profundis (role-playing game), a tabletop role-playing game
- De Profundis (Vader album), 1995
- De Profundis (After Crying album), 1996
- De Profundis (PMM album), 2005
- "De Profundis," a poem by Alfred Tennyson
- "De Profundis," a poem by Christina Rossetti
- "De Profundis," a poem by Gyula Juhász
- "De Profundis," a poem by Dámaso Alonso
- "De profundis clamavi", a poem by Charles Baudelaire
- "De Profundis," a song by Dead Can Dance
- "De Profundis," a composition for male choir by Leevi Madetoja, 1925
- "De Profundis," a composition by Arvo Pärt for men's voices, percussion (ad lib.) and organ, 1980
- "De Profundis," a piano sonata by Boris Arapov
- "De Profundis," a composition by Frederic Rzewski for solo piano
- "De Profundis," a poem by Federico García Lorca inspiring the first movement of Symphony No. 14 (Shostakovich).
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