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Dona Nobis Pacem Dona nobis pacem is a phrase in the Agnus Dei section of the Roman Catholic mass. The phrase, in isolation, has been appropriated for a number of works, which include:
Dona nobis pacem, a traditional canon
The final movement '''' of J S Bach's Mass in B minor
The cantata Dona nobis pacem by Ralph Vaughan Williams
"Dona Nobis Pacem" is repeatedly quoted in Graham Greene's 1938 novel Brighton Rock by its antihero Pinkie Brown.
The third movement of Symphonie Liturgique by Arthur Honegger, 1945
Included in Bobby Darin's 1960 Christmas album The 25th Day of December.
The title of a song, from the "Present from Nancy" LP by the Dutch band "Supersister", 1970
It forms the climax of Leonard Bernstein's Mass, 1971
At the end of Pray Your Gods by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Included in an arrangement of "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day" recorded by Wayne
Watson on One Christmas Eve
The song is performed by cast members in the 1978 M A S H Christmas episode "Dear Sis".
Bass guitarist Michael Manring performs an instrumental version on the 1993 Windham Hill compilation A Winter's Solstice IV.
Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman performs the song on the 1996 Windham Hill compilation The
Carols of Christmas.
A setting by David Fanshawe, on the 1994 recording of African Sanctus.
One section of Adiemus V: Vocalise, by Karl Jenkins
One track of the album No Boundaries, by Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Track 12 of the album Whiskey Tango Ghosts, by Tanya…