The Laudes de saint Antoine de Padoue (in English, Lauds of St. Anthony of Padua) is a choral composition by Francis Poulenc for three part men's choir, composed between 1957 and 1959. The work is in four movements, titled "O Jesu perpetua lux," "O proles hispaniæ," "Laus Regi plena gaudio," and "Si quæris."
The Virginia Glee Club has performed the Lauds several times, particularly in the early 1970s. The work has also been performed in whole or part by visiting glee clubs, including by the University of North Carolina Men's Glee Club in the Openings Concert (1967) and
- Fall Concert (1970)
- Openings Concert (1971)
- Benefit Concert for the European Tour Fund (1972)
- European Tour (1972)
- Football Concert (1978)
- Finals Concert (1979)
- Christmas Concert (1983)
- Tour of the Northeast (1984)
- Finals Concert (1984)
- "Laudes de saint Antoine de Paduoe". IMSLP. https://imslp.org/wiki/Laudes_de_Saint-Antoine_de_Padoue,_FP_172_(Poulenc,_Francis). Retrieved 2020-01-12.