5 Resources 4 Proclaiming the Exsultet

Exsultet: Easter Proclamation

Translated by Maria Boulding

This edition of the Exsultet is taken directly from the 2010 English translation of The Roman Missal according to the third typical edition. The melody is an elaborate version of the familiar Preface chant tone.

Exsultet: Easter Proclamation

Arranged by J. Michael Thompson


By Liam Lawton

Arranged by John McCann

BONUS! Images of the Exsultet: Chant of the Paschal Vigil

By Lynn Trapp

Lynn has taken the melody of the church’s premier chant and written an extended work for organ based on it.


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