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Clavis Coeli

Clavis Coeli, Vox clamantium in toto Corde Psallentium in Ecclesia Sanctorum Exaltantium Deum in gut

'Clavis Coeli', a collection of mass music, is an 18th-century manuscriptal hymn book written in Grodna (Lith. Gardinas) in 1760. It includes masses with invariable parts Kyrie, Gloria , Credo, Sanctus and Agnus Dei as well as separate hymns from ordinarium missae. Although there is a reference in this book that it is intended for hymn singing with organ, neither separate organ setters nor figured…