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Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro

Started this discussion. Last reply by Frans Kok Jun 8. 10 Replies

Dear friends,I would be very grateful to your collective wisdom if anyone may let me know of any use of the Antiphon Laudem dicite Deo nostro, omnes sancti eius, et qui timetis Deum, pusilli et…Continue

 

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Frans Kok replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"  If there is no rubric indicating the feast, while there is one for the other days, and there is only one antiphon, it seems me much more logic to presume that it regards an ad libitum antiphon for the Sunday after Ascension. See the ms. of…"
Jun 8
Daniele Sabaino replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"No, actually there are not rubrics for Philip and James, but as Si manseritis is written after the two antiphons for Sunday after Ascension and before the Vigilia Pentecostes (clearly rubricised as such), I find very difficult to believe that Laudem…"
Jun 8
Frans Kok replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"Is there a rubric for Si manseritis saying that this antiphon is for the feast of Philip and James? I keep thinking that Laudem is the last of some ad libitum antiphons for Ascension (taken from the All Saints feast; the alleluia might just be…"
Jun 8
Daniele Sabaino replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"Yes, as for st. Philip and James' feast I ment Si manseritis. As you can see from the pic Dominique has kindly posted, however, the Temporale rubrics are very detailed and carefully placed. Add that Laudem dicite ends without any alleluia,…"
Jun 8
Dominique Gatté replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
Jun 8
Frans Kok replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"  With "the Ant. ad Magn. typical of the feast of saint Philip and James" do you mean Si manseritis? If so, and if the fragment does not indicate explicitly the days to which the antiphons are destinated, then it's more probable…"
Jun 8
Daniele Sabaino replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"Dear Frans, Thank you very much for the news. I know of course of manuscripts that mix antiphons of the common of saint in Easter time with the Temporale, but the Pavia fragment I am talking about does not seems to belong to that kind of antiphoner.…"
Jun 8
Frans Kok replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"  In the older manuscripts, the antiphons used for the feast of Philip and James are not assigned to this feast, but make part of the general series for saints in Easter time. I think it's very possible that a manuscript as the one of your…"
Jun 8
Daniele Sabaino replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"Thank you very much, Dominique! Helas, I am afraid St May Magdalen on 22 July is too late a celebration to share light on our fragment (which collocates the antiphons on a 'spring' saint's celebrated before the saints Philip and…"
May 29
Dominique Gatté replied to Daniele Sabaino's discussion Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro
"D'après le catalogue de Madeleine Bernard on trouve l'antienne Laudem dicite Deo pour la fête de Saint Marie-Madeleine dans un manuscrit sans cote de la bibliothèque de la Compagnie Saint-Sulpice à Paris…"
May 29
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Ant. Laudem dicite Deo nostro

Dear friends,I would be very grateful to your collective wisdom if anyone may let me know of any use of the Antiphon Laudem dicite Deo nostro, omnes sancti eius, et qui timetis Deum, pusilli et magni; quoniam regnabit Dominus Deus noster omnipotens; gaudeamus et exsultemus, et demus gloriam ei (CAO 3590) other than in the All Saints Office. In particular, for the localisation of a fragment of an early XII-century antiphoner, it would be very important to be aware if the antiphon has ever been…See More
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Interessato principalmente a questioni di organizzazione dello spazio sonoro dal primo Medioevo al tardo Rinascimento, alle questioni filologico-ecdotiche dell'edizione del repertorio gregoriano e alla notazione della polifonia gotica.

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