Te Deum was sung in the churches, and the Russian armies acted as if on conquered territory.
We remained two days to rest, sing the Te Deum, high mass, and preach.
At half-past two, the Te Deum was finished, and the services closed.
Te Deum will be sung in all the churches, and it is to be a great fête-day.
Shall we never hear his "Te Deum," in all its grandeur of conception?
In the morning he was present at the Te Deum, and then at a military service.
At last, at the Te Deum, it was impossible not to recognize a French soul in the character which the music suddenly took on.
A Te Deum, composed by Handel, was sung in thanksgiving in the churches.
Now the sight of that little Puritan maid brought prayers to my lips and a Te Deum to my soul.
As he entered the Cathedral the Te Deum was sung to the pealing organ.
early 12c., from Late Latin Te Deum laudamus "Thee God we praise," first words of the ancient Latin hymn.
A hymn of praise to God, containing many passages from the Bible, that is used in the Anglican Communion, the Lutheran Church, and the Roman Catholic Church as part of morning prayers on festive occasions. It begins, “Te Deum laudamus,” meaning, “We praise thee, O God.”
A hymn of praise to God, with words taken largely from the Bible, that is used by many groups of Christians. The “Te Deum” has been set to music by George Frederick Handel and by many other composers for performance in worship services of thanksgiving (after a victory in war, for example). The Latin words Te Deum laudamus mean “Thee, God, we praise.”