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For beginner piano: Audi benigne Conditor

February 17, 2015

Here is another chant put into easy piano form:

Audi benigne Conditor (the vespers hymn for Lent)

A point of advantage with this hymn is that it only uses five notes. I typed this up for a student who can read letter names, knowing that when I wrote in the letter names, he would be able to get through it with no trouble at all. Fingering would do the trick just as well for a different student.

Chant notation for this hymn can be found in the Liber Usualis, p. 539.

This hymn is first sung at vespers of the Saturday before the first Sunday of Lent; it is replaced by Vexilla Regis prodeunt starting with vespers of the Saturday before Passion Sunday.

 

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