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Many voices, or Carmina sanctorum

Roswell Dwight Hitchcock

Many voices, or Carmina sanctorum

evangelistic edition with tunes

by Roswell Dwight Hitchcock

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Published by A.S. Barnes in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hymns, English.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Roswell Dwight Hitchcock ... [et al.].
    SeriesSongs of praise series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination330 p.
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16212851M

    Catulli Carmina () is the second of a set of three 'scenic cantatas.' The first of the Trionfi was Carmina Burana (). The last was Trionfo di Afrodite (). The texts for Catulli Carmina are by Catullus ( BC). Catullus was in love with a beautiful, married patrician named Clodia. Membership in Opus Sanctorum Angelorum. The new General Statutes of Opus Angelorum were approved by the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life in November of giving it the status of "a public association of the Catholic Church with juridical personality according to the norm of canon of the CIC" (Letter of the Congregation for the .

    Two female voices. From "Carmina Sanctorum". Barbara simplex animo - English, early 14th century. Three voices. From "Carmina Sanctorum" Flos ut rosa - Florence Manuscript, 13th century. Fiddle, medieval lute, symphony, percussion. From "Carmina Sanctorum". J'ay mis mon cuer - Guillaume Du Fay (c) Two voices, fiddle, medieval lute. HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH *. CHAPTER X. WORSHIP AND CEREMONIES. Comp. vol. III. ch. VII., and Neander III. –; – (Boston ed.). § The Mass. Comp. vol. III. § 96– and the liturgical Lit. there quoted; also the works on Christian and Ecclesiastical Antiquities, e.g. Siegel III. – The public worship centered in the celebration of the mass .

    The words "original version" on the cover of this release are doubtless intended to indicate to the casual browser that this is not a recording of Carl Orff's choral spectacle called "Carmina Burana," but of the pieces that inspired that work, contained in a medieval manuscript rediscovered in the nineteenth century in a Bavarian village called Benediktbeuern (hence "Carmina Burana," or Brand: Oehms. Carmina Regia. View images from this item (3) Information. Description. The magnificent painting in this book was intended as a gift for Robert of Anjou, King of Naples from It illustrates a long poem that includes many references to classical mythology.


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The people's praise book: or carmina sanctorum, Baptist edition; with tunes. edited by Henry M. Sanders and George C. Lorimer with the editors of the carmina. New York: A. Barnes, c The Scottish hymnal: (with appendix incorporated) for use in churches.

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The words "original version" on the cover of this release are doubtless intended to indicate to the casual browser that this is not a recording of Carl Orff's choral spectacle called Carmina Burana, but of the pieces that inspired that work, contained in a medieval manuscript rediscovered in the nineteenth century in a Bavarian village called Benediktbeuern (hence "Carmina Burana," or 8/ Carmina Burana, German Lieder Aus Beuern, 13th-century manuscript that contains songs (the Carmina Burana proper) and six religious plays.

The contents of the manuscript are attributed to the goliards (q.v.), wandering scholars and students in western Europe during the 10th to the 13th century who were known for their songs and poems in praise of revelry.

A canon at the cathedral, is credited with compiling a Magnus Liber Organi(Great Book of Polyphony), that contained two-voice settings of the solo portions of the responsorial chants for major feasts, although the repertory was almost certainly the work of many collaborators rather than a single individual.

This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue.The title "Carmina Burana" literally means 'songs of Beuren' and was given by Johann Andreas Schmeller to his complete edition () of the poems contained in an early 13 th-century German manuscript (found in ) from the Benedictine abbey of Benediktbeuern, south of Munich in the Bavarian region.

You will find most Carmina Burana liner notes refer to Benediktbeuren which .