You are blest, Lord God of our fathers.
To you glory and praise for evermore.
This setting was originally written for a broadcast of Sunday Morning Prayer on Radio 4. For that occasion it was embellished with choir and instrument parts but it works just as well with just a cantor and congregation. It has been adapted for use as the Responsorial Psalm on Trinity Sunday, Year A.
Daniel 3: 57–88, 56, the Benedicite, is also available.
Most Holy Trinity: Year A — Responsorial Psalm
Daniel 3:52–56 R. v. 52 — To you glory and praise for evermore.
Sunday Morning Prayer, weeks II and IV
Daniel 3: 52–57 — You are blest, Lord God of our fathers.
The canticles in the Office are sometimes known by the first one or two words in Latin, e.g. Magnificat and here: Benedictus est.