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English: The incipit of the Gregorian chant introit Jubilate Deo, from which Jubilate Sunday gets its name. From the Liber Usualis.
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Author Gregorian chant; author unknown

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06:27, 11 March 2010 625 × 111 (15,285 bytes) w:en:Glenfarclas (talk | contribs) (The [[incipit]] of the [[Gregorian chant]] [[introit]] ''Jubilate Deo'', from which [[Jubilate Sunday]] gets its name.)

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current13:13, 22 December 2012Thumbnail for version as of 13:13, 22 December 2012625 × 111 (15 KB)Delusion23Transferred from en.wikipedia: see original upload log above
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