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An album entitled Paschale Mysterium was issued as a vinyl record in 1976; it was re-released by Sony Records in 1998. The music was sung by the German choir Capella Antiqua München directed by its regular conductor Konrad Ruhland.
Several samples of the album were used without permission for the album MCMXC a.D. by Enigma, for example the antiphon "Procedamus in pace!". This antiphon was used in the track "Sadeness (Part I)", which appeared as a single in late 1990, shortly before the album was released. After a lawsuit in 1994, compensation was paid.
- Nos autem, introit
- Procedamus in pace! (Antiphon)
- Ave, Rex noster, Fili David (Antiphon)
- Hoc corpus, communion in mode 8 (Liber Usualis, No 573b)
- Ubi est caritas, antiphon in mode 7
- Congregavit nos in unum Christi amor, caritas song to the washing of the feet on Holy Thursday
- Passio Domini, evangelium passions et mortis Domini (John 2): John 18, 33, 36–37; 19, 1.5–6. 15)
- Ecce Lignum Crucis & Trisagio, antiphon in Mode 6
- Popule meus, impromeria
- Incipit Lamentatio
- Recessit pastor noster, responsory
- Oratio Ieremiae
- Respice, quaesumus, Domine
- Haec dies quam fecit Dominus: Christus Dominus resurrexit!
- Halleluja, Halleluja, (Ostern 1)