Folk versions of the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God)

There have been a surprising number of original takes on the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) – in my little liturgical corner of the world.  If you are looking for something to replace the Matthew W Smith classic than here ya go!!

Jess AlldredgeLamb of God | chart

The Welcome WagonLamb of God |chart

Pillar ChurchAgnus Dei | chart

Trinity Anglican MusicAgnus Dei | chart

Greg ScheerO Lamb of God | chart

Bifrost Arts (Timbre) – Agnus Dei | chart

ProskuneoAgnus Dei (english/spanish) | chart

Tom WuestLamb of God | chart

Here are a few versions of the Agnus Dei that are set within a larger song movement.

Luke Brodine/Clint WellsBread of the World | chart

Zac HicksFather, Only in your Power | chart

2 thoughts on “Folk versions of the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God)

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  1. Great list!

    A few others in this vibe:
    Emerald Hymns (https://open.spotify.com/track/5nOVxODSJ7ZacGkiIghsp1)
    Salt of the Sound (https://saltofthesound.bandcamp.com/track/lamb-of-god-2)

    Other entries in the “set within a larger song movement” vein:
    Ghost Ship (https://open.spotify.com/track/14aS78DPDwurvU6CSTk5on)
    The City Harmonic (https://open.spotify.com/track/7zCTihsonR3C2YWAGGrHiq)

    Link for the Welcome Wagon entry: https://open.spotify.com/track/02MgFyvkGWFW57R6iju8VP

    Not new, but as an aging Xer I do like the old Mike Knott/Terry Scott Taylor/Gene Eugene recording (https://open.spotify.com/track/3RRBf4ytKU3tfZdRQFRNX5)

    Not a setting of the Agnus Dei but a solid song on the theme from a group in the retuned hymns world: Holy Ciry Hymns: “Jesus, Lamb of God” (https://holycityhymns.bandcamp.com/track/jesus-lamb-of-god)

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