Think of all those great translations of Latin hymns.
For instance, argues William Oddie in the UK Catholic Herald:
Christ is made the sure foundation, . . . the entrance hymn for the Popes [recent] visit to Westminster Abbey: with its magnificent tune by Henry Purcell and equally majestic words by John Mason Neale (from a seventh-century Latin hymn) . . . it was such stuff as ceremonial dreams are made on.
Christ is made the sure foundation,
Christ the head and cornerstone,
chosen of the Lord, and precious,
binding all the Church in one;
holy Zions help for ever,
and her confidence alone.
All that dedicated city,
dearly loved of God on high,
in exultant jubilation
pours perpetual melody;
God the One in Three adoring
in glad hymns eternally.
Not for everyone, but there’s always Ray Repp, the guitar man, heh.