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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
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
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
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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

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Grégorien, Vieux-Romain, Ambrosien, Chants des ordres religieux, Liturgie, Manuscrits (paléographie)
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Publications sur les antiennes de l'office divin.
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Laus Divina : Projet pour un nouvel antiphonaire romain

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 22:00 0 Comments

J'informe tous les intéressés que c'est sur le site "www.calithes.it", que vous pouvez trouver des renseignements à propos du livre "Laus Divina : Proposta per un nuovo Antifonale Romano".

Ce livre propose un projet complet de toutes les antiennes de l'office divin actuel, chanté en chant grégorien, avec le texte complet des antiennes et les indications de leurs sources bibliques et musicales. Le site offre des informations ultérieures et la possibilité de consulter quelques pages…

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At 12:26 on April 3, 2012, Dominique Crochu said…
Bienvenue!
Je vois que vous avez réalisé un travail magnifique de recherche dans les sources manuscrites afin de trouver un maximum de pièces en réponse aux nombreuses références créées par la mise en place du rit ordinaire!
Un grand merci!
At 7:28 on February 18, 2012, Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard said…

Bienvenue !

 
 
 

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