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Jean-Baptiste de Santeul

Jean-Baptiste de Santeul
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Short Name: Jean-Baptiste de Santeul
Full Name: Santeul, Jean-Baptiste de, 1630-1697
Birth Year: 1630
Death Year: 1697

Santeüil, Jean-Baptiste de, was born in Paris of a good family on May 12, 1630. He was one of the regular Canons of St. Victor, at Paris, and, under the name of Santolius Victorinus, was distinguished as a writer of Latin poetry. Many of his hymns appeared in the Cluniac Breviary 1686, and the Paris Breviaries 1680 and 1736, and several have been translated into English, and are in common use in Great Britain and America. He was very jocose in disposition and singular in his habits. When on a journey he died at Dijon, Aug. 5, 1697. His Hymni Sacri et Novi were published at Paris in 1689, and again, enlarged, in 1698. [George Arthur Crawford, M.A.]

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Jean-Baptiste de Santeul (47)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
All honour and praise, dominion and mightJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
An image of that heavenly lightJean Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
Behold the messengers of ChristJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English6
Blest Trinity, from mortal sightJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English13
Captains of the saintly bandJean de Santeüil (Author)English13
Christ in highest heaven enthronedJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)5
Disposer Supreme, and Judge of the earthJ. B. de Santeuil, 1630-97 (Author)English17
Far from their home, our fallen raceJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)1
Fearful thought of endless doomJean B. de Santeüil (Author)English2
First of martyrs, thou whose nameJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English5
For man the Savior shedJean B. de Santeuil (Author)English2
From Sinai's trembling peakJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)English1
Gainst what foeman art thou rushingJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
Holy Love towards her foesJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
How strongly and how sweetly stillJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
In stature grows the Heavenly ChildJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English14
Lady of the visitationJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
Let no hopeless tears be shedJ. B. de Santeul (Author)English1
Nobis, Olympo redditusJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)Latin2
Not by the martyrs' death aloneJean B. de Santeül (Author)2
Now, my soul, thy voice upraising, Tell in sweet and mournful strainJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English15
O Captain of the martyr hostJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
O Christ, uplifted to the skyJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)4
O Christ, who hast prepared a placeJean B. de Santeüil (Author)English10
O cross, that only knowest the woesJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
O Zion, open wide thy gatesJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)English13
Oh, Sión, abre bien tus puertasJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author (Latin))Spanish3
Our Lord the path of suffering trodJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)English2
Rightful Prince of martyrs thouJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
Slow and mournful be our toneJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)1
Sweet incencse breathes aroundJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)2
The angel spake the wordJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)1
The growing limbs of God the SonJean Baptiste de Santeul (Author)English2
The heavenly child in stature growsCanon J. B. de Santeuil (Author)English6
The herald lights from heaven on golden wingJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
The Son of God his glory hidesJean de Santeul, 1630-1697 (Author)English3
This is the festal light, Salvation's heraldJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
Thou from the cradle to the graveJean-Baptiste de Santeul (Author)English2
Thrice Holy God, of wondrous mightClaude de Santeuil (Santolius Maglorianus) (1628-1684) (Author)2
Twin princes of the courts of heavenJ. B. de Santeuil, 1630-97 (Author)English2
What mortal tongue can sing thy praiseJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)14
Where the angel-hosts adore TheeJean Baptiste de Santeuil, 1630-1697 (Author)English13
Whither, Saul, this raging senseJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)1
Whither thus, in holy raptureJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)7
With hymns the heavenly courts are ringingJean B. Santeuil (Author)2
Ye mountains, bend ye lowJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)3
Zion, ope thy hallowed domeJean Baptiste de Santeuil (Author)2
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