CHRIST, WE DO ALL ADORE THEE
Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment
"Adoramus Te, Christe" or "Christ, we do all adore Thee" is the final movement from Les sept paroles du Christ' or The Seven Last Words of Christ, an oratorio written in 1867 by Théodore Dubois. The text is very old, taken from the Roman Catholic liturgy:
Adoramus te, Christe,
et benedicimus tibi:
Quia per Crucem tuam redemisti mundum.
Written for violin, but may easily be used for any C solo instrument.
Easy violin part, great for beginners
Late Intermediate level accompaniment
Excellent for preludes, offertories, or solos/duets
Some original material laced with the traditional hymn
Chords included for additional instruments, if desired
May be used with any C instrument
Theodore Dubois, Theodore Baker