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February 11, 2012

Here are some Mp3’s of the Little Office for throughout the year, with the Deus in adjutorium done without the Alleluia as after Septuagesima. 

Ad Laudes. Officium 1. Per Annum. Sine Alleluia.

Ad Primam. Officium 1. Per Annum. Sine Alleluia.

Ad Tertiam. Officium 1. Per Annum. Sine Alleluia.

Ad Sextam. Officium 1. Per Annum. Sine Alleluia.

Ad Nonam. Officium 1. Per Annum. Sine Alleluia.

Meanwhile, the Booklet for Laudes is progressing nicely when I have time, although I couldn’t find an example of the In Adventu, ad Benedictus antiphon Spiritus Sanctus with a post-Septuagesima ending.

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One Comment
  1. Tripudians permalink

    I looked around in my chant books and couldn’t find it either. (I even looked in Hartker, for advent it gives the antiphone with alleluia and for the feast of Annuntiation it only lists the first 2 words expecting you to know what to do…)

    However I think you could follow the example the antiphone Ne timeas, which has the same ending and in the version without alleluia on the last syllable before alleluia it simply skips the last two notes of the climacus. So for Spiritus Sanctus in te you will get fi(a)li(a)um(a) De(G)i(G) (using guidonian letter notation, not gabc :P)

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