This was one of the hymns offered in The Brotherhood Prayer Book for Evening Prayer today:
Ad cenam providi. 7th century, trans. by J. M. Neale
1. The Lamb’s high banquet we await / In snow-white robes of royal state; / And now, the Red Sea’s channel passed, / To Christ, our Prince, we sing at last.
2. Upon the altar of the cross / His Body hath redeemed our loss; / And tasting of His roseate Blood, / Our life is hid with Him in God.
3. That paschal eve God’s arm was bared; / The devastating angel spared: / By strength of hand our hosts went free / From Pharaoh’s ruthless tyranny.
4. Now Christ our Passover is slain, / The Lamb of God that knows now stain; / The true oblation offered here, / Our own unleavened Bread sincere.
5. O Thou from whom hell’s monarch flies, / O great, O very Sacrifice, / Thy captive people are set free, / And endless life restored in Thee.
6. For Christ, arising from the dead, / From conquered hell victorious sped; / He thrusts the tyrant down to chains, / And paradise for man regains.
7. Maker of all, to Thee we pray, / Fulfill in us Thy joy today; / When death assails, grant, Lord, that we / May share Thy paschal victory.
8. To Thee who, dead, again dost live, / All glory, Lord, Thy people give; / All glory, as is ever meet, / To Father and to Paraclete. Amen.
Take a listen.
This is just a taste of what the hymnody in the BPB is like. The chant for it is beautiful.