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Early Dominican mass chants

Robert B. Haller

Early Dominican mass chants

a witness to thirteenth century chant style

by Robert B. Haller

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Published by Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gregorian chants -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert B. Haller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3082 .H364 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 375 p.
    Number of Pages375
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18743196M

      To protect the Dominican Missal of while it was being photographed, an acid-free cardboard bookstand was constructed specifically for it, by conservator Kathleen B. Orlenko. The stand holds the book open only partway, thus protecting the volume from any stress upon the spine or : Stephanie Plowman. Mass in the Catholic Church goes by many names. As fundamentally an action of thanksgiving to God it is called Eucharist, which means thanksgiving. Other terms for it are Lord's Supper, Breaking of Bread, Eucharistic assembly, memorial of the Lord's Passion and Resurrection, holy sacrifice of the Mass, Holy and Divine Liturgy, Sacred Mysteries, Most Blessed Sacrament, Holy Communion, the holy.

    This is a new printing of a classic statement of the values and practices of the Dominican religious order. It has chapters concentrating on St. Dominic as the founder and role model of the Order, as well as the Dominicans as both a contemplative and active order, while other orders are one or the other/5(8). Chant Recordings. Symphonia, an Italian recording company that specializes in early Italian of their CDS, such as O Spem Miram (O Wondrous Hope: Office and Mass for St. Domenico according to the song of the Order of the Preachers XIIIth century: SY), Claustrum Beatitudinis (The Cloiser of the Beatitudes: 13th and 14th century Latin Lauds from the San Colombano Monastery in.

    The chants of the Mass and Office are largely anonymous. Most Proper chants — those intended for a specific Sunday or feast day (Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, Offertorio and Communio) — were composed between the 5th and 8th centuries; although the composition of new Propers, to accompany new feast days, continued until the post-Vatican II period. Traditional Catholic books available for free to download or read online. Lives of Saints, writings of Saints, Church Fathers and Doctors of the Church. Traditional Catholic reading.


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Early Dominican mass chants by Robert B. Haller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dominican Liturgical Books. Augustine Thompson, O.P., of the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley maintains an informative web site on the subject of Dominican Liturgy; CMAA is pleased to assist by hosting files for the project here.

In addition to the files listed below, readers may be interested in Fr. Thompson’s missal booklet with the text of Low Mass, available. Philip Gleeson, "Dominican Liturgical Manuscripts before " Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum, 42 () Robert B.

Haller, "Early Dominican Mass Chants: A Witness to Thirteenth-Century Chant Style" (Catholic Univ. of America Ph.D. Dissertation, ; Jean-Baptist Molin, Repertoire des rituels et processionnaux conserves en France (Paris: CNRS. History. The Gradual, like the Alleluia and Tract, is one of the responsorial chants of the Mass.

Responsorial chants derive from early Christian traditions of singing choral refrains called responds between psalm verses. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, it (and the associated Alleluia or Tract) is the oldest of the chants of the Proper of the Mass, and, in contrast to the Introit.

The Dominican system of adapting psalm tones to the psalms found in that book was suppressed in with the publication of the post-Vatican II Regulae Cantus in favor of the Benedictine method, although the Dominican melodies of the tones were left unchanged. But for all other chants, the thirteenth-century system continues in use today, in.

Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song in Latin (and occasionally Greek) of the Roman Catholic ian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and. The early liturgy: to the time of Gregory the Great by Josef Jungmann; Book with Dominican Chants for all the Epistles of the Year Now Available this volume contains all the Epistles and other readings sung by the subdeacon or lector at any Dominican sung Mass.

Sub Tuum Praesidium - Coro de los Legionarios de Cristo - Centro de Estudios Superiores - Roma - Duration: Colegio Internacional Legionarios de Cri views. For the early Dominicans, chant was an integral aspect of divine worship. According to Humbert of Romans, a thirteenth century Dominican who exercised a profound influence on the development of the Dominican liturgical tradition, divine worship requires a profound unity of heart, mouth, and body ([], p.

).2 Thus, a complete consideration of Dominican chant must consider not only the words Cited by: 1. The biographical stuff on St. Dominic is great, as is the Jordan of Saxony section and William Peraldus' sermon on prayer, and I enjoyed the introduction, but at least half the book is comprised of detailed information and transcripts of documents from the early days of the order that will probably only interest Dominicans and academics/5.

The choral office has been a part of Dominican life from the beginning. Dominic wished that the choral office would be sung lightly and joyfully, with simplicity and sobriety, as 5/5(3). A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.

Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts. DOMINICAN RITE The Dominican Order began early on to feel the need for a unified rite like the Cistercians or Premontre. Some have argued that St. dominic, who was very concerned about the liturgy, desired this and they profess as evidence the annotations in his Breviary, now at the Cloister of Monte Mario in Rome.

Gleason thinks that this Breviary was St. Dominic's and some think that it was. The Propers of the Mass: The Offertory Chant and the Communion Chant In a recent issue, we introduced the Entrance Chant as the Proper of the Mass for the entrance procession.

As we continue to highlight aspects of sacred music in the liturgy, we now turn our attention to two other times during the Mass when processions are accompanied by Proper.

No list of Dominican chant resources on the web would be complete without a mention of the site Liturgy of the Hours and Mass, created by Fr. Joseph Kenny, O.P. At that site he has cut and pasted music from Dominican books and manuscipts to supply for the new Liturgy of the Hours and the new order of chants in the Roman Missal.

Sunday, May 6, Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, Lexington Ave., New York, NY pm: Solemn Mass (in English, with Dominican chants in Latin). Robert Haller O.P. has studied the process of reform of Dominican Mass chants in “Early Dominican Mass Chants: a witness to thirteenth-century chant style”, PhD dissertation, Catholic University of America, There is no equivalent study of the Office chants yet available.

Chants of the Roman Missal Resources for the chant melodies printed in the Roman Missal Congregational booklets.

Order of Sung Mass, a page booklet (5 1/2″ x 8″) in chant notation (square notes); designed by Aristotle Esguerra. Order of Sung Mass in modern notation: the principal parts of the Mass Ordinary on four pages (8 1/2″ x 11″); designed by Aristotle Esguerra. Rare 'Antiphonal Dominican' book of Gregorian chants triples auction estimate.

Sold for $19, this 13th century antiphonal rare book of the Order of Preachers auctioned in France. Religion is never far from the auction block - especially the sale of coveted rare Bibles on the rare book markets. About Gaudeamus. Following the release of In Medio Ecclesiae and Ave Maria, the friars of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C., present Gaudeamus: Celebrating Years of Dominican ed in by Dominicana Records and recorded in the beautiful acoustic of Washington’s Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land, Gaudeamus features chants, polyphony, and.

Dominican liturgy: books for the Mass years of Dominican books. When the Dominican Order was founded an immediate task was the provision of the liturgical books for the Mass and Divine Office required for their daily worship.

Initially there seems to have been a diversity of texts used in the various Provinces, but from a uniform. St. Dominic, who is well known for having sung hymns such as the Ave maris stella and the Veni creator as he walked throughout Europe, passed on to the Order of Preachers his love of singing the liturgy.

One element of the early Dominican liturgy that was cultivated with great care was the repertoire of Latin hymnody sung at the various hours of the Divine Office.LITURGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE MASS-II ALEX/US SIMONES, O.P. I] S soon as the Church emerged from the Catacombs the ritual of the Mass became quite elaborate.

A procession always preceded the divine Sacrifice. Music has always been a part of processions. There are classic pieces from the Mass of the Dead and the Divine Office, as well as memorable hymns such as Adoro Te Devote and Gustate et Videte, which is actually the chant for the fraction rite in the Mozarabic Liturgy.

At thirty one chants for such a /5.