THEANGLICAN USE GRADUAL        ADAPTED BY      C. DAVID BURT     PARTRIDGE HILL PRESS MANSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS            ...
First Edition 2004        Corrected Version, March 17, 2006                       Printed by                  Partridge Hi...
PREFACESince the reform of the Latin Rite in the 1960’s, the use of a three-yearcycle for the Eucharistic Lectionary has n...
CONTENTSSeason of Advent                  5Season of Christmas               25Epiphany                          53Season ...
SEASON OF ADVENT            FIRST WEEK OF ADVENTINTROIT Ad te levávi (G.H.P.)                                             ...
PROPER of the SEASONThe Introit may be sung more simply thus:INTROIT Ad te levávi                             Ps. 25: 1-3 ...
FIRST WEEK of ADVENT     ChoirVv¨ugv HUcãccccccc[v ãccccvblcbkcbvj.cv k/v ]Ô     As it was in the beginning, is now, and e...
PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Osténde nobis                                           Ps. 85:8        Cantors              ...
FIRST WEEK of ADVENTXvvùvccccccccccvjv vy¥fvhcv ˇtdc≥fg≥fc}vvcv                                     ,     they that look f...
PROPER of the SEASON                   Second SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Populus Sion                          Isa. 30:19, 30...
SECOND WEEK of ADVENT     ChoirVvv¨ugvHUcãccccccccccccbv lcbkcbvj.cvk/c]Ô     As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev- ...
PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Lætátus sum                                                Ps. 122:1         Cantors         ...
SECOND WEEK of ADVENTCOMMUNION Ierúsalem, surge                                   Bar. 5:5; 4:36        Cantorsi. Bfv v bG...
PROPER of the SEASON                    Third SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Gaudéte in Dómino                         Phil. 4:4-...
THIRD WEEK of ADVENTVvvãcccccccccccvgvbhcfcdc}vcccvvcÓ        ,m hast turned away the captivi - ty of Ja- cob.     Cantors...
PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Excita, Dómine       Cantors                 Allvj.  BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc...
THIRD WEEK of ADVENTCOMMUNION Dícite: Pusillánimes                                Isa. 35:4         Cantors               ...
PROPER of the SEASONBhcvhcvgv vjv vhv tfcvfv ]v hvbjcvkcÃccccccvbv in - i - qui - ty for ev - er: thy ho - ly cities are ...
THIRD WEEK of ADVENTBvvtfcfv ]v fcv gcùcccccvhcvHUvcvhc6b%b$ccvvÎ from us: and hast consumèd us, be - cause of our        ...
PROPER of the SEASON   CantorsBcvfccvYG chcvhccvhcvgckcbijcv hv{v hchcv lv v4. Com - fort ye, com - fort ye my peo - ple,...
FOURTH WEEK of ADVENT                   Fourth SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Roráte, cæli                               Isa. 45:...
PROPER of the SEASON     ChoirVvvãccccccccvvlcbkcbvbj.cvk/c]v vjcv vgcv hv bÏ     beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: ...
FOURTH WEEK of ADVENTALLELUIA Veni, Dómine         Cantors                   Allvj.  BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTc...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Ecce virgo                                      Isa. 7:14        Cantorsi. Bvvfv vbv vGYcbcù...
SEASON OF CHRISTMAS                       CHRISTMAS EVE         Vigil Mass or Christmas Eve falling on a SundayINTROIT Hod...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Hodie sciétis             Cf. Ex. 16:6,7; Is. 35:4; ⁄ Ps. 79:2,3      Cantorsv. Vvv bscvfcv vù...
CHRISTMAS EVEALLELUIA Crástina die         Cantors                Allvj.  BfbGYv v vFTcv tfcf,v v]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Revelábitur                                     Cf. Isa. 40:5        Cantors                ...
CHRISTMAS                           at MidnightINTROIT Dóminus díxit                                Ps. 2:7, 1, 2,8       ...
PROPER of the SEASON                                       FullVcjccvgcv hcbfcv vdcvdc}cvbdbygv UH v bv ãccccv}           ...
CHRISTMASALLELUIA Dóminus dixit ad me                                        Ps. 2:7        Cantors                 Allvj....
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION In splendóribus                                           Ps. 110:3          Cantors        ...
CHRISTMAS                         at DaybreakINTROIT Lux fulgébit              Cf. Isa. 9:2. 6; Lk. 1:33; Ps. 93       Can...
PROPER of the SEASON                         Cantors           ChoirVcdccdmcc}cvbygv vbHUv ãccv]v v¨ugvHUcãv cv v]ccvÎ    ...
CHRISTMASALLELUIA Dóminus regnávit, decórem                              Ps. 93:1,2         Cantors                  Allvj...
PROPER of the SEASONXvùvcccccccccvv[v vùccvjv v y¥fv vhv vˇtdv v≥fgf≥ },     seat, O God, been preparèd, thou art from ev-...
CHRISTMAS                               DayINTROIT Puer natus est nobis                          Isa. 9:6; Ps 98         C...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Vidérunt omnes                                     Ps. 98:4,5, ⁄3       Cantorsv. Vvbsccvfv ùv...
CHRISTMAS                                             ChoirBvvùvcccccvhcchcvbgv v hv. v]v vbùvbvccccccvvÓ ye nations, and ...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Vidérunt omnes                                     Ps. 98:4       Cantors                   ...
THE HOLY FAMILY                 First SUNDAY after CHRISTMASINTROIT Deus in loco sancto                       Ps. 68: 5,6,...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Unam pétii a Dómino                                  Ps. 27:4              Cantorsv. Vvbsv vfc...
THE HOLY FAMILYBvv ùccccccchcvfv GYv v g,v v v f,v }v cccccvÏ      becometh well the just to be thank- ful.      AllBvvfbY...
PROPER of the SEASONBbbùcccv[cùcccccccccc[cbùcccccvvÓ unto them, How is it that ye sought me? Wist ye not thatBvùccvcccvv ...
SAINT MARY, MOTHER of GOD                       JANUARY 1INTROIT Salve, sancta Parens     Sedulius; Ps. 45:2,11,12        ...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Diffúsa est grátia                                Ps. 45:2, ⁄ 4      Cantorsv. Vvvscvbvfcv hcv...
SAINT MARY, MOTHER of GOD      ChoirBcùcccccvvhv v fv v vYG v v bgb,v bfv, v}vcccccccÏ  Mother of God, in- ter- cede for u...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Exsúlta fília Sion                                    Zach. 9:9         Cantorsi. Bvvfv v bG...
SECOND WEEK after CHRISTMAS             Second SUNDAY after CHRISTMASINTROIT Dum médium                          Wisd. 18:...
PROPER of the SEASON     Cantors                 Choir                  FullVvygv v UH cãv cv ]v vu¨ gvUH cãv cv v]v v bdb...
SECOND WEEK after CHRISTMAS        CantorsBvvcvfcgcv ùcccvv ccccccccvv vhcvgv vhv. ]⁄ The LORD is King, and hath put on gl...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Dómine, Dóminus noster                   Ps. 8     Cantors                         Choiri. B...
EPIPHANY                        JANUARY 6       or THE SUNDAY BETWEEN JANUARY 2 AND JANUARY 8INTROIT Ecce advénit cf. Mal....
PROPER of the SEASON                                       FullVvvjcv vgcv hv v bfcv dcv dc}cbdbygv UH v bv vãccccvv}     ...
EPIPHANYALLELUIA Vídimus stellam                                        Matt. 2:2         Cantors                Allvj.  B...
PROPER of the SEASON      ChoirXvvyf¥ v YF v vcvùvccccccccc[v ùccccjcv yf¥ vÓ     all Kings shall fall down before him; al...
THE BAPTISM of THE LORD                   SUNDAY after JANUARY 6INTROIT Dilexísti                                      Ps....
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Benedíctus Dominus Deus                              Ps. 72:18         Cantorsv. Vvbvsv v vfcv...
THE BAPTISM of THE LORD                                  AllBchchv fv vGYv v vbtfv vf,v v}v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$b...
PROPER of the SEASON                         CantorsXvgv v dv v f≥ bg≥ bfbcfc{v vùccccccvv ygv vUH ccvv v v vÔ            ...
SEASON OF LENT                    ASH WEDNESDAYINTROIT Miseréris ómnium               Wisd. 11:24-25, 27; Ps. 57          ...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Miserére mei Deus                                Ps. 57:2, 4        Cantorsv. Vbv scfcvùcccccc...
ASH WEDNESDAYVvùccccccccccccccccccccccbÓremember not our old sins, but have mercy upon us, and            ChoirVchcj.c]cùc...
PROPER of the SEASONLENT PROSE Attende, Dómine       Choirv. Bcvacvbv dcbgcvgcv[cgcv vkcvjv gcvhcgv, {cccvH       EAR us,...
ASH WEDNESDAYBvgccvhccjcvkcgvc[vbvbgv vcÀccvfcvdcescàvn v } lis- ten O Je- su,           to our      sup-pli-ca- tions. cl...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Qui meditábitur                             Ps. 1:2b, 3b       Cantorsi. Bvv fv v bGYv vùccc...
FIRST WEEK of LENT                   First SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Invocábit me                                 Ps. 91:15, 1...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Angelis suis                                Ps. 91:11-12         Cantors                      ...
FIRST WEEK of LENT                   Choir                            CantorsVcvj.ccvh.c]cùcccccccvf,v vbdbm bc}vcv ùcv vb...
PROPER of the SEASON                              ChoirVvv ùcccccvvjcv vhc]v ùccccccccccvv Ó                    . . that w...
FIRST WEEK of LENT            ChoirVvjv. v vhc]v ùvcccccccccccccccccvvÓ          . ad- der: the young lion and the dragon ...
PROPER of the SEASONOFFERTORY Scápulis suis                                         Ps. 91:4-5       Cantorsij. Xvvdv v br...
SECOND WEEK of LENT                       Second SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Tibi dixit cor meum                            Ps. ...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Sciant gentes                                Ps. 83:19, 14         Cantorsv. Vvvbscv vfv vùccc...
SECOND WEEK of LENT                                   ChoirVcùccccccccccvvjc]cùccvvcccccvbÓ                       .      m...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Visiónem                                   Matt. 17:19      Cantors                         ...
THIRD WEEK of LENT                    Third SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Oculi mei                               Ps. 25:15, 16, &...
PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Exsúrge Dómine                              Ps. 9:19, ⁄ 3        Cantorsv.  Vbsccfcv vùccccccv...
THIRD WEEK of LENT  Choir                                   CantorsVvùcccccccccccbbfcvbdc]cv ùcccvbvcv vÓ                 ...
PROPER of the SEASON                  ChoirXvhv vhc]vcvyÁ fv vYF v ùcccccvbcccvccccvv b[vÓ       . the heart: sweet- er al...
THIRD WEEK of LENTOther days: Passer invénit                                      Ps. 84:3,4       Cantorsi. Bvcv fv v vYG...
PROPER of the SEASON                     Fourth SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Lætáre Ierúsalem (G.H.P.)                    Is. 66:...
FOURTH WEEK of LENT                                           Cantors        FullVvhvhv vhcvhcvjcvgchcv f,v}cscfch}cscFb fl...
PROPER of the SEASON                 ChoirVkcjv k/v [v vãcccccccvvcvgcchcfcdvm vccb}un -to me:* we will go in- to the hous...
FOURTH WEEK of LENTTRACT Qui confídunt                               Ps. 125:1-2         Cantors                          ...
PROPER of the SEASON                                                      ChoirXvùccccccccccvygvUH v jv bUH cv hv. ]v vyÁ ...
FOURTH WEEK of LENTCOMMUNION Ierúsalem quæ ædificátur                            Ps. 122: 3,4       Cantorsi. Bfv vbGYv v ...
PROPER of the SEASONBvùcv v [v vùccccvv v v v v vˆhkhv vgcv fv v fbfbfbv smvbcv} wash- ed, and I receiv- ed sight and be- ...
FIFTH WEEK of LENT                    Fifth SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Iudica me, Deus                          Ps. 43: 1, 2, 3...
PROPER of the SEASON Cantors                Choir            FullVcvygv HUcãvc}vv v¨ugv HUcvãcc}cbdbygcHUcv ãcccv}     Glo...
FIFTH WEEK of LENTTRACT Sæpe expugnaverunt me                           Ps. 129: 1-4        Cantorsviij.    Vcdcv fv hv ùc...
PROPER of the SEASONVvùccccvvfcvbdbm bc}ccccccccccvv ccvv  ungodly in pie- ces.OFFERTORY Confitébor tibi                Cf...
FIFTH WEEK of LENTCOMMUNION Videns DóminusWhen the Gospel of Lazarus is read:           John 11:33,35,43, 44,39       Cant...
PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Nemo te condemnávit                              John 8: 10, 11When the Gospel of the adulte...
PALM SUNDAY                   SUNDAY OF THE PASSION                   AT THE BLESSING OF PALMSANTIPHON Hosanna fílio David...
HOLY WEEK22 The same stone which the build-ers refused, * is become   the head-stone in the corner. Ant. Ho-san-na.23 This...
PALM SUNDAYPSALM 24 Dómini est terra      Cantors                                           Choiri. Bccfcgcvhv v ùcccvv v ...
HOLY WEEKANTIPHON Pueri Hebræorum vestiménta      Cantors                             Choiri. Bvv vsv v fcv wav fcvgcYF cv...
PALM SUNDAY2    For the LORD is high, and to be fear-ed : he is the great     King up-on all the earth.                 Re...
HOLY WEEK                           AT MASSTRACT Deus, Deus meus                                 Ps. 22      Cantorsij. Xv...
PALM SUNDAY           ChoirXvv jv v]v ùcccvcccccccccvv gcdcdv vf}vÎ  thee : they trusted in thee, and thou didst de-li-ver...
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  1. 1. THEANGLICAN USE GRADUAL ADAPTED BY C. DAVID BURT PARTRIDGE HILL PRESS MANSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 2006
  2. 2. First Edition 2004 Corrected Version, March 17, 2006 Printed by Partridge Hill Press Mansfield, MA Copyright © 2004 All rights reserved.For permission to use this material obtained on line, contact cdburt@alumni.bowdoin.edu
  3. 3. PREFACESince the reform of the Latin Rite in the 1960’s, the use of a three-yearcycle for the Eucharistic Lectionary has necessitated a reorganization ofthe minor propers of the Mass. The Graduale Romanum published bySolesmes in 1979 has provided the Latin chant for the Mass, but therehas existed no English version.The great work of the Rev. G. H. Palmer and Francis Burgess, early in thelast century, to provide plainchant settings for the music of the liturgy,endowed the English-speaking world with a rich corpus of chant. It is tobe lamented that the Catholic Church did not draw on this heritage whenthe Mass began to be celebrated in the vernacular. The insistence on“modernized” English made this impossible. At the same time, the An-glican Communion was engaged in its own liturgical upheaval, and inAmerica the traditional Book of Common Prayer was replaced by a liturgyusing more modern English. The Coverdale Psalter of the Prayerbookwas replaced with a modern English Psalter.This has all led to the desuetude of The Plainchant Gradual of Palmer andBurgess and The English Gradual of Francis Burgess. Nevertheless, thePastoral Provision for Anglicans in the Roman Catholic Church and themany traditionalist churches that use the Anglican liturgy havere-awakened the need for a revision of the Gradual in English.The present work follows the structure of the Graduale Romanum anddraws upon and occasionally incorporates the musicological work of Dr.Palmer (G.H.P.), Francis Burgess (F.B.), and Winfred Douglas (W.D.).This first edition gives the simpler chants in order to provide a practicalbook that can be used in most churches. Occasionally the ancient melo-dies adapted by Palmer are given as well. The American Gradual, edited byBruce Ford, gives the more complex traditional melodies set to the 1979Psalter text.While this work is intended for the Anglican Use in the Catholic Church,it is hoped that it will prove useful to Anglicans and to Catholics as well. C.D.B.
  4. 4. CONTENTSSeason of Advent 5Season of Christmas 25Epiphany 53Season of Lent 61Holy Week 95Season of Easter 127Whitsunday 202Trinity Sunday 209Corpus Christi 213Ordinary Time 217Christ the King 375Commons 379Propers 395Votive 447For the Departed 454Common Tones 461Indices 473
  5. 5. SEASON OF ADVENT FIRST WEEK OF ADVENTINTROIT Ad te levávi (G.H.P.) Ps. 25: 1-3 Cantors Fullviij. Bbbgb vb t®sbvbvfb v vbGhcyg. ,b v[b v b G8bkb bhb bGYb b bFTb b bghgb tf,b b{bH8bv kbkbokb bKO?>vb[ÓU N-TO thee, O LORD,* lift I up my soul: O my God,Bbygv bcgvcgbv vfbv FYb ijvb÷u÷hbv[vkckv kbkbkvbygvgfl%v ˘gh˘gv vg,c]v kv vb in thee have I trus-ted, let me not be con- found-ed; nei-Bkbkbkvghgv klkcuhckbkbkv gcgc[v YG I∆ v vuhcv bhcfcvfb]v cv Ó , ther let mine e- ne-mies tri - umph ov-er me: FINEBvygv Gb ¶&v vg,b b [bvF%cg,Hb kjb b klkb vbhjhv[b bG^cbvhb b bÁyfb bygb v˘ghg˘ cg,v }˝ for all they that look for thee shall not be a-sha-med. Cantors ChoirBccgv b chcgijv bKOcb b kb bcb kb v b ]bv vkb ijb bv GYccbijccvv Ó Ps. Shew me thy ways, O LORD: * and teach me Cantors FullBvvhcgb, b}cvgchc8G b b bc}bcgcvts® cfc}ccccccv thy paths. Glo-ry be (2)*. Un- to thee,..., (etc.)* See tones for the Gloria Patri on p. 467 ff. 5
  6. 6. PROPER of the SEASONThe Introit may be sung more simply thus:INTROIT Ad te levávi Ps. 25: 1-3 Cantorsvij. Vbdbygv v vUH v bv ãcvcccvv cccvbcc[v vãcccvvcÔU N- TO thee, O LORD, lift I up my soul; O myVcãcccccccccv[v ãcccvv JOv vkcbv ijcv JI./v]Ô God, in thee have I trusted, let me not be con- foun- ded: ChoirVv¨ugcv HUcãccccccccccccc[cãccvcvÔ nei- ther let mine enemies triumph over me; for all they FINE CantorsVvvãccccccccvvj≤ O˚ v vjv hcvhbhbhbcrdc}vvcvygcvUH bÒ m, that look for thee shall not be a- sham- ed. Ps. Shew me Choir CantorsVvlckcv jckcv ]v jcvgccvhcvfcdc}vcygv v UH v bãbv Ô ,mthy ways, O LORD: and teach me thy paths. Glo- ry beVbãccccccccccc[vjv v lcvkv v jcvjcvk/v ]v vÔ to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho- ly Ghost: 6
  7. 7. FIRST WEEK of ADVENT ChoirVv¨ugv HUcãccccccc[v ãccccvblcbkcbvj.cv k/v ]Ô As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: FullVvvjccvgcv hcbfcv vdcvdc}cbdbygv v UH v bv ãccccv} m world with- out end. A- men. Un- to thee,..., (etc.)GRADUAL Universi qui te exspéctant Ps. 25:3,4 Cantors Choirv. Vvbsv v fcv hcv jcvjcvhcvh.v v{v vfv v hchchcvjcv b˝F OR all they that look for thee: shall not be a- sham- CantorsVvvgv v hcvrd4b#@cv]v vsvb v vbvfv vcvhchcvjv vjvcvhcvhv. ]bvÓ m ed, O LORD. ⁄ Make known to me thy ways, O LORD: ChoirVvv hcvjv vcvgcvhcrd4b#@mc}cccccvccccvv v and teach me thy paths. 7
  8. 8. PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Osténde nobis Ps. 85:8 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v ]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv }v ccvb ÏA L - LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvvcfcvgcvùcccvv g,v v h.v v ]cvùcccccfcvcv˝ ⁄ Shew us thy mercy, O LORD: and grant us thy AllBvvYG v v gv, v fv, v}v vfbYG v vTF ctfcf≈ bfYG biˆ¿ hb6b%$btfvm, b}cccvccc sal- va- tion. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Ad te, Dómine, levávi Ps. 25:1-3 Cantorsij. Xvdv vbv brdv vD6v vùv vccccccccc[v ùcccvcÓU N - TO thee O LORD, lift I up my soul; O my God;Xvùcccccccccccvvygv bHUcbjv cbHUcv vh.c]cÓ in thee have I trusted, let me not be con- foun- ded; ChoirXvvy¥fvcvFYv vùv v cccccccccccvv [v vùv ccÓ Nei- ther let mine enemies triumph over me; for all 8
  9. 9. FIRST WEEK of ADVENTXvvùvccccccccccvjv vy¥fvhcv ˇtdc≥fg≥fc}vvcv , they that look for thee shall not be a- sham- ed.COMMUNION Dóminus dabit benignitátem Ps. 85:13 Cantors Choiri. Bvv v fv v GYcv v ùccvcvHIcvhvcv vygv v vGY,c]vtfcGYv v Ó .T HE LORD shall shew lov- ing - kind- ness: and ourBchvcv ˆhkhv gcvbvfv vfbfbfbv smvcc}ccccccvccc land shall give her in- crease. Verses from Psalm 85 may be sung. 9
  10. 10. PROPER of the SEASON Second SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Populus Sion Isa. 30:19, 30; Ps. 80 Cantorsvij. Vbdbygv vHUv bv v ãcccvv[vãcccccccccvv vcvbÔO PEO-PLE of Sion, behold the LORD is nigh at ChoirVcvãccccvJOccvkv bijv vJI./v]cv¨ugv bHUcvãvcccccbbÔ hand to re- deem the na- tions: and in the gladness ofVvvãccc[cãcccccccccvvjcjcj≤ O˚ v v jv v hcÓ your heart the LORD shall cause his glo- ri- ous voice to FINE CantorsVvhbhbhbcrd,mc}vvcvygcvHUv vjccvlcckcvkv jcvjv kc]vbÔ / be heard. Ps. Hear, O thou Shep- herd of Is- ra-el: Choir CantorsVvvãccccccgcvhcv fcdcdmc}vcygcvHUv bãcbcvbÔ thou that leadest Jo- seph like a sheep. Glo- ry beVbãcccccccccccccvlcvkv vjcvjcv k/v ]v vÔ to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho- ly Ghost: 10
  11. 11. SECOND WEEK of ADVENT ChoirVvv¨ugvHUcãccccccccccccbv lcbkcbvj.cvk/c]Ô As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: FullVcjccvgcv hcbfcv vdcvdmc}cbdbygv HUv bv ãccccvb} world with- out end. A- men. O peo- ple..., (etc.)GRADUAL Ex Sion Ps. 50:2,3,5 Cantors Choirv. Vvbsccvfcvùvcccccjccj.cvbh.v {vhcjcv gv v bvbÓO UT of Sion hath God ap- pea- red: in per- fect CantorsVvvhcv rd4b#@mcv]vcvsvb v vfv v ùccccccvvjv vjvchv vÓ beau- ty. ⁄ Ga- ther my saints to-ge- ther un- to ChoirVvvh.c]bvfcv ùvccccccccccccvvjv vgccbbv Ó me: those that have made a covenant with me withVvvhvchcrd4b#@mcc}ccccccccccccccc sac- ri- fice. 11
  12. 12. PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Lætátus sum Ps. 122:1 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv v }vcv b ÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv fv gcv ùcccccccccgv, v hv. ]v vùcccccvÓ ⁄ I was glad when they said un- to me: we will go into AllBvv hcfcv YG v v gv, v fv, v}v v vfbYG v vTF ctfcf≈ bfYG biˆ¿ hb6b%$btfvm, cv v} the house of the LORD. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Deus tu convértens Ps. 85:7,8 Cantorsij. Xvv vdv vbv rdv vD6cv ùcvcccccccccvvccv[vÓW ILT not thou turn again, O God, and quicken us; ChoirXvùccccvv ygv vbHUcbjv vbHUcvhv v vh.c]cvy¥fcFYv vùvcv bÓ that thy peo- ple may re- joice in thee: shew us thyXvxv ùvccccvv[v ùcccvjcvy¥fv hcvˇtdv ≥fg≥f,c}vvccv mercy, O LORD; and grant us thy sal- va- tion. 12
  13. 13. SECOND WEEK of ADVENTCOMMUNION Ierúsalem, surge Bar. 5:5; 4:36 Cantorsi. Bfv v bGYcbvbhcv vhv [v vHIv vchcvhvcv hcvbygv vGY,c]ccv˝ .J E- RU- SA- LEM, haste thee, and stand on high: ChoirBvvtfcGYvcùccccccccc[v vùcccccccvvÓ and be- hold the joy and gladness that cometh unto theeBvvˆHb 8hcvbgcvbvfv fbfbfbv smvcc}cccccccccccvv from God thy Sa- viour. Verses from Psalm 147:12-20 may be sung. 13
  14. 14. PROPER of the SEASON Third SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Gaudéte in Dómino Phil. 4:4-5; Ps. 85 Cantorsvij. Vbdbygv vHUv bv v vãccccccccccccccvcv[ÔR E- JOICE ye in the LORD, and again I say, rejoice ye;Vcãccccccccccccccccc[cjcOJ cv v let your moderation be known unto all men, the LORD ChoirVvkvijv vJI./v v]v ¨ugv bHUcvãvccccccccccvv[vãvccÔ is at hand: be care- ful for nothing, nor troubled; butVvãvccccccccccccccccccccccÔ in all things, by prayer and supplication, with thanks- FINEVvvãcv[vãccccccccvvbj≤ O˚ v v vjv v vhcvhbhbhbv rdcv}vÓ m, giving; let your requests be made known un- to God. Cantors ChoirVvvcygcvHUvcãccccccccvlcv kv vj.v vk/v ]cvãcÔPs. LORD, thou art become gracious un- to thy land: thou 14
  15. 15. THIRD WEEK of ADVENTVvvãcccccccccccvgvbhcfcdc}vcccvvcÓ ,m hast turned away the captivi - ty of Ja- cob. Cantors Choir FullVvygv v HUcãv cv ]v v¨ugvUH cãv cv v]v v bdbygv UH cv vãccvvbv} Glo- ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) Re- joice ye ... (etc.)GRADUAL Qui sedes, Dómine Ps. 80:2-3 Cantorsv. VvbscccfcvùvcccccccccccccvcjcÔbS HEW thy- self, O Lord, thou that sittest up-on the ChoirVvv jcvbhch.v v{v hcjcvgv chcv v hcv rd4b#@mc]vcccÍ Che- ru- bim; stir up thy strength and come. Cantors ChoirVvvcvsvb v fv v ùcccccvbjv bjvchv hv. {v v fcv hccvv vÓ⁄ Hear, O thou Shep- herd of Is- ra- el; thou thatVvvhvchcvjcgv chv vhcvrd4b#@mc}cccccccccv lead- est Jo- seph like a sheep. 15
  16. 16. PROPER of the SEASONALLELUIA Excita, Dómine Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv v }vbÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv v fv gcv ùccccvgv v hv. ]v v hcvfcv YG v v v gv, v fv, }Ï⁄ Stir up thy strength, O Lord: and come and help us. AllBvv v vfbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv b}cccccccccvcv Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Benedixísti, Dómine Ps. 85:2 Cantorsij. Xvdv vbvrdv vcvD6cùccccccccccccvc[b v ÓO LORD thou art become gracious unto thy land;Xvùcccccccccccchcygv bHUvbjv vbHUchc]cbv Ó . thou hast turned away the cap- ti- vi- ty of Ja- cob: ChoirXvvy¥fcvFYcvùvccccccvjcv y¥fv vhv vˇtdv v≥fgf≥ c}vvcv , Thou hast forgiven the of- fence of thy peo- ple. 16
  17. 17. THIRD WEEK of ADVENTCOMMUNION Dícite: Pusillánimes Isa. 35:4 Cantors Choiri. Bfv v GYcbùcccvcv vHIv hv hcv ygv vGY.,c]v vtfcGYv v vhv bÓS AY to them that are of a fear- ful heart: Be strong, fearBbbvùc[cùccvccccˆHb 8hcgcvbvfv v fbfbfbv smvccccv} not; behold your God will come and save you. The Second Song of Isaiah, Quærite Dominum may be sung.PROSE Roráte, cæli Cantorsi. Bbccbfcv GYcchclcvkvcvvijchcy.g,c{cccccÓD ROP down, ye hea-vens, from a-bove, * ChoirBhv vjcvhcvhcvtfcv dccfccesccvsmcc}cccÏand let the skies pour down right - eous - ness. CantorsBcvfcgcv vhcvygchvvHUcvhcvhcv[vùcccccccÓ1. Be not wroth ve - ry sore, O LORD, neither remember 17
  18. 18. PROPER of the SEASONBhcvhcvgv vjv vhv tfcvfv ]v hvbjcvkcÃccccccvbv in - i - qui - ty for ev - er: thy ho - ly cities are a wilder-Bvkc{v vkckv KOv kb bijv v vhvcvhc]vfcvGYcvùccccvcÓ ness, Si - on is a wil - der - ness, Je - ru - sa - lem aBbUG cvhcvygvcfv]v ùccvccvvcchccgv v kv vib&b^v {vÓde - so - la - tion: our holy and our beau - ti - ful house, ChoirBvHUvcvhcvtfcdccfcvescvsc}cvfcvGYccccc} where our fa- thers prais-ed thee. Drop down.... (etc.) CantorsBcvvfcgcvùv ccccccccccvvHUcv vhc{vhcvÓ2. We have sin - ned, and are as an un - clean thing, andBhv vgv vjv vhv vgv gv fv ]v hv vbjcÃcccccccccvbv we all do fade as a leaf: and our in - i - qui - ties, like theBvÃccvkv v lv v vkb bijv hvchc]v fcv YG cvhcvfcgvccv˝ wind, have ta - ken us a - way; thou hast hid thy face 18
  19. 19. THIRD WEEK of ADVENTBvvtfcfv ]v fcv gcùcccccvhcvHUvcvhc6b%b$ccvvÎ from us: and hast consumèd us, be - cause of our ChoirBdcvfcvescvsc}ccvfcvYG ccccccccccc} in - i - qui -ties. Drop down.... (etc.) CantorsBcfcgcvùv cccccccccvv[vùcccccccÓ3. Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servantBchv v gv kv v vijvchc{v hv v vhcvhcv lv v v kb bjv v hvcÓ whom I have cho - sen: that you may know me and be-Bvygvcfv]vhvbjcvkclvkcbuhv hcv{v hcvhcv hcv hccvÓ lieve me: I, e - ven I, am the Lord, and be - side meBvhcvbUG chcygcfcv]v fccGYcùccccccvvhcbUH v Ó there is no Sa - viour: and there is none that can de - li - ChoirBvhv 6b%b$vdcvrdv sc}ccvfcvGYccccccccvv bc} ver out of my hand. Drop down.... (etc.) 19
  20. 20. PROPER of the SEASON CantorsBcvfccvYG chcvhccvhcvgckcbijcv hv{v hchcv lv v4. Com - fort ye, com - fort ye my peo - ple, my sal - va -Bvkbcbbjv v vhv vygcfv ]vhvbjvcvkcv kcvkcKOv kv bijccvÓ tion shall not tar - ry: I have blot - ted out as a thickBhcv [v hctfcv bGUcchcv]v vlcbijchcgv hcvFTccvÏ cloud thy trans - gres - sions: Fear not, for I will saveBvrdc]v fv GYv okv bjchvcvygcvfc{v hcvhcvhchchcv vÓ thee: for I am the Lord thy God, the Ho - ly One of ChoirBvbUH chcvhcvtfcdcvrdccsc}cvvfcvYG ccccvv v} Is - ra - el, thy Re - deem - er. Drop down.... (etc.) 20
  21. 21. FOURTH WEEK of ADVENT Fourth SUNDAY in ADVENTINTROIT Roráte, cæli Isa. 45:8; Ps. 19 Cantorsvij. Vbv dbygvcHUv bv v ãccccccvvcv[cãcccccvvbÔD ROP down, ye heavens, from above, and let the skies ChoirVcvjcv JOcckccbijv vcvJI./v v]v ¨ugv vbHUv ãvccccvvbcbÔ pour down righ - teous - ness: let the earth open, FINE CantorsVvjcv j≤ O˚ v v vjv v vhchbhbhbv rdc}vccvvygv UH v cãcccvv Ô m, and bring forth a Sa - viour. Ps. The hea- vens declare ChoirVvvjcvlcckv jv v k/c]vbvãccccccccjcv gccvÓ the glo - ry of God: and the firmament show - eth CantorsVvhv vfcv vdcvdmc}vcygcvHUv bãcbcvcccccccvvbÔhis han - di - work. Glo- ry be to the Father, and to the ChoirVbvjcv jcvlcvkv v jcvjcvk/v ]v v ¨ugvUH cãccccccvvÔ Son, and to the Ho- ly Ghost: As it was in the 21
  22. 22. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirVvvãccccccccvvlcbkcbvbj.cvk/c]v vjcv vgcv hv bÏ beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: world with- out FullVvbfcv vdcvdmc}cbdbygv v HUv bv v ãccccccccvvbc} end. A- men. Drop down, ye heavens, ...(etc.)GRADUAL Prope est Dóminus Ps. 145:18, ⁄ 21 Cantorsv. Vvbcscvfcvùvccccccccccvhcjcvj.cvbh.v {bÏT HE LORD is nigh unto all them that call up - on him: ChoirVvfv vùcccccvhccjcvgv v bhccvhcvrd4b#@cv]vcv Í m yea, all such as call up - on him faith - ful - ly. CantorsVvvcvsvb v vfv vcvùcccccvhccjv vjvch.v ccccbbÏ ⁄ My mouth shall speak the praise of the LORD: ChoirVvfcvùvccccccccvvhcv jv vgchvchcrd4b#@mcv } and let all flesh give thanks un - to his ho - ly Name. 22
  23. 23. FOURTH WEEK of ADVENTALLELUIA Veni, Dómine Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv v }vbÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv v fv cvgcvùcccvvhcv gv vhv. ]v vùcccccvcv vÏ ⁄ Come, O LORD, and tar - ry not: forgive the misdeeds AllBvfcvYG v v gv, v fv, v}v v fbYG v vTF ctfcf≈ bfYG biˆ¿ hb6b%$btfvm, ccccvv} of thy peo - ple. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Ave, María Lk. 1:28 Cantorsij. Xvv vdv vbv rdv vD6cùcvccvv v ygv v bHUcbjv vbHUcv vh.c]v ÓH AIL Ma - ry, full of grace; the Lord is with thee: ChoirXvyf¥ cvYF v vùvcv bccccccvv[vùccccvhv v jcvyf¥ v Ó bless - ed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruitXvhcˇtdv ≥fg≥f,c}vvccvcccccccccccccc of thy womb. 23
  24. 24. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Ecce virgo Isa. 7:14 Cantorsi. Bvvfv vbv vGYcbcùcccccvvccvHIv chv v vhv vygv GY.,v]v˝B E - HOLD, a Virgin shall con - ceive, and bear a Son: ChoirBvvtfcYG vcvùccccvvhcv hˆ khv gccvfv v fbfbfbv svm ccvv} and his name shall be call - ed Em- ma - nu - el. Verses from Psalm 19:1-6 may be sung. 24
  25. 25. SEASON OF CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS EVE Vigil Mass or Christmas Eve falling on a SundayINTROIT Hodie sciétis Cf. Ex. 16:6,7; Is. 35:4; Ps. 22 Cantorsvij. Vvbdbygv vHUv bv ãvcccc[v ãccccccvvjvcvbJOvckvT O-DAY shall ye know that the LORD will come to de- Choir FINEVvkcijv JI./vc]v ¨ugbcHUcãcccccvj˚Ov vjv v hv vbvhbhbhbvrd,m}Ó li -ver you: and at sunrise shall ye be-hold his glo - ry. CantorsVcvbcbygv b HUv v jv vbãv cccccvlv v kcv jcjv vk/v ]vcbÔ Ps. The earth is the LORD’S, and all that there-in is: ChoirVvvu¨ gbcUH cvãccccvcv [vjcv vgcv bhv v vfcv vdv dc}Ó m the com-pass of the world, and they that dwell there-in. Cantors Choir FullVvv vygv vUH v bãbv cc]v u¨ gbcUH cãcc]vbcvdbygv vUH v bv ãvccv} Glo- ry be..., (etc.) As it was..., (etc.) To-day..., (etc.) 25
  26. 26. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Hodie sciétis Cf. Ex. 16:6,7; Is. 35:4; ⁄ Ps. 79:2,3 Cantorsv. Vvv bscvfcv vùvccccccccccccccvv vjvbÔT O-DAY shall ye know that the Lord will come to de- ChoirVvjcvhv v hv. {bvfchcùcv cccccvvjcv gv v hv rd4b#@vm } li - ver you: and at sunrise shall ye be-hold his glo - ry. CantorsVvvccscvfv vhccùcccccc[cùccccccvvbÔ ⁄ Hear, O thou Shepherd of Israel; thou that leadest Jo- ChoirVvbjcv jv vhv v hv. v {bvfccùcv ccccccccccvvÓ seph like a sheep: shew thyself also, thou that sittest uponVvvùcv ccv[bvùccvvcccccccvjcv gchv rd4b#@vm } the Cherubim; before Ephraim, Benjamin, and Ma-nas-ses. 26
  27. 27. CHRISTMAS EVEALLELUIA Crástina die Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v vFTcv tfcf,v v]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv b}vbv vÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. CantorsBvv fcv gv v ùccccccvvcccccccccccvÓ⁄ On the morrow the iniquity of the earth shall be ChoirBvv vhcg,v v h.v ]vùcbcccccccchcvcfv cGYv vcv˝ blot-ted out: and the Saviour of the world shall reign AllBvvgv fv f,v c}vv fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv b}ccccccvv o-ver us. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Tollite portas Ps.24:7 Cantorsij. Xvdv vbvrdv vD6cv bùcccccvv[v ùcvcccvcv ygvb HUb ÔL IFT up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye ev- ChoirXvjv vbHUcvhcv h.cv]v y¥fcv FYcùccvvjv vy¥fv vhv vˇtdv v f≥ gf≥ ,} er - last - ing doors: and the King of glo-ry shall come in. 27
  28. 28. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Revelábitur Cf. Isa. 40:5 Cantors Choiri. Bcvfv v GYv vbùvcccvv cccbbHIv bhv vygv vGY,c]bv tfv vGYv vÓ .T HE glo-ry of the Lord shall be re-veal-ed: and allBvvbùcccccvv vhchˆ khv v gcfv fbfbfbv vsvm }ccccccv flesh shall see the sal-va - tion of our God. Verses from Psalm 24:1-8 may be sung. 28
  29. 29. CHRISTMAS at MidnightINTROIT Dóminus díxit Ps. 2:7, 1, 2,8 Cantors Choirvij. Vvbdbygv vHUv bv v jcvJOcvkvcbijv bJI./v ]v v¨ugv bHUcv ãv cccÔT HE LORD hath said un- to me: Thou art my Son; FINE CantorsVcãcvcccv≤j˚Ov jv vhcvhbhbhbv rd,mc}vcv vygv HUvcãccvbÔ this day have I be- got- ten thee. Ps. Why do the ChoirVvvãvcccccccvlcvkv v j.v v k/v ]cãvccccccbÔ heathen so furiously rage to- ge- ther: and why do the CantorsVvvãcccccvgcbhcfcv dc}vcvygcvUH v bãcbcvbcv vÔ , m people i- ma- gine a vain thing? Glo- ry beVbãcccccccccccccvlcvkv v jv vjcv k/v ]v vÔ to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho- ly Ghost: ChoirVvv¨ugvHUcãccccccccccccbv lcbkcbj.cvk/c]vÔ As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: 29
  30. 30. PROPER of the SEASON FullVcjccvgcv hcbfcv vdcvdc}cvbdbygv UH v bv ãccccv} m world with- out end. A- men. The LORD hath..., (etc.)GRADUAL Tecum princípium Ps. 110:3, ⁄, 1 Cantorsv. Vvbscfcv ùvccccc[v ùcccccccvcccvvbÓI N the day of thy power shall the people offer thee ChoirVvvùcccccccccccvjv vj.cv h.v v{v vfchchcvÓ free-will offerings with an ho-ly wor- ship: the dew of CantorsVvvùcvccccccccjcvgv v hcvrd4b#@mc]cvsvb v fv vÓ thy birth is of the womb of the morn- ing. ⁄ The LORD ChoirVvv ùccvbjv v bjv. vhv. v{v vfcvùcccvvcccc[cùccÓ said un- to my Lord: Sit thou on my right hand; until IVvvùcccvvhvchcvjccgv vhv v v rd4b#@mc}cccccvv make thine e- ne- mies thy foot- stool. 30
  31. 31. CHRISTMASALLELUIA Dóminus dixit ad me Ps. 2:7 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v vFTcv tfcf,v v]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv }vbv cv bvÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv v fcv gcv hcvhcvgv v hv. ]v v ùcccccvv[v bvbùcv Ó⁄ The LORD said un- to me: Thou art my Son; this day AllBvv hcvfv GYv v gcfcv fv, }v vfbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv b} have I be- go- ten thee. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Læténtur cæli Ps.96:11 Cantorsij. Xvdv vbvrdv vD6cvbùcccccvygv bHUvcbjv vbHUcv hch.c]vb ÓL ET the hea- vens re- joice, and let the earth be glad: ChoirXvvy¥fcFYcv hcvjcv yf¥ v vhv vˇtdv v≥fg≥f,c}vvccccccvv be - fore the Lord, for he is come. 31
  32. 32. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION In splendóribus Ps. 110:3 Cantors Choiri. Bvfv v vbvGYcbHIv vygv GY.,c]bv tfvGYv v hcˆHb 8hcvgv vfv vfbfbfbv vsmv b}T HE dew of thy birth: is of the womb of the morn- ing. Verses from Psalm 110 may be sung. 32
  33. 33. CHRISTMAS at DaybreakINTROIT Lux fulgébit Cf. Isa. 9:2. 6; Lk. 1:33; Ps. 93 Cantorsvij. Vvbdbygv vcHUv bv ãv vcccccc[v ãv v cv JOvckckcL IGHT shall shine today upon us; for unto us the Lord ChoirVvbijv bJI./vc]v ¨ugv bHUcvãcccccccccccc[ccvbÔ is born: and his Name shall be callèd Wonderful,Vvbv vãcccccccccccc[v ãccccccccÔ Mighty God, the Prince of peace, Father of the world to FINEVvbvjcv [v ãcccccccvv≤j˚Ov v jv v vhv vhbhbhbv rd,mc}vv vÓ come; of whose kingdom there shall be no end. CantorsVccvbygv bHUv v ãccvbcccccvvcvlv vkv v kcv jv. vk/b]bÔ Ps. The Lord is King and hath put on glo-rious ap - pa - rel: ChoirVvvãvccccccvcccccccccvgcbvbhcv fcv Î the Lord hath put on his apparel, and gir-ded him-self 33
  34. 34. PROPER of the SEASON Cantors ChoirVcdccdmcc}cvbygv vbHUv ãccv]v v¨ugvHUcãv cv v]ccvÎ with strength. Glo- ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) FullVvvbdbygv cHUcv ãccvvbv}cccccccccccccv Light shall shine ... (etc.)GRADUAL Benedictus qui venit Ps. 118:26, 27 ⁄ 23 Cantorsv. Vvv bscv fcv ùvcccccccccvvjv v vjchv v h.v {bÏB LES-SED is he that cometh in the name of the LORD: Choir CantorsVvvfchcvùcvccccccvjcv vgv hcrd4b#@mv ]vcvscvÏ God is the LORD who hath shew - ed us light. ⁄ This ChoirVvfv vhcbjv v cbjv. vhv. v{vfcvhv hcjv v jv v gcvhv hv v rd4b#@}m is the LORD’S do - ing: and it is mar-vel-lous in our eyes. 34
  35. 35. CHRISTMASALLELUIA Dóminus regnávit, decórem Ps. 93:1,2 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v vFTcv tfcf,v v]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv c}vbv v bvÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. CantorsBvv v fcv gv v ùcc[vùcccccvvcccchcgv, v hv. ]vÓ⁄ The LORD is king, and hath put on glorious ap-par-el: ChoirBvv ùcbcccccccccccccchcvfv GYv v vgcvÏ the Lord hath put on his apparel, and gird-ed him-self AllBvv fcv v f,v c}vv fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cb}ccccvv with strength. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Deus enim firmávit Ps.93:2,3 Cantorsij. Xvvdv vbv rdv v vD6cvbùccccccccc[v vùcv ygvb v ÓG OD hath made the round world so sure, that it can ChoirXvvbUH v vbjv vbUH cvhc]v yf¥ cYF cùcccccccv[v vùccvvÓ . not be mov-ed: ev - er since the world began, hath thy 35
  36. 36. PROPER of the SEASONXvùvcccccccccvv[v vùccvjv v y¥fv vhv vˇtdv v≥fgf≥ }, seat, O God, been preparèd, thou art from ev-er-last-ing.COMMUNION Exsúlta, fília Sion Zach. 9:9 Cantorsi. Bvvfv v vGYccbùvcccccccccc[cbùvccccbbÓR E-JOICE greatly, O daughter of Zion, shout, O ChoirBvbvùccvv bIH v bhv hv vygv YG c]bv tfv YG v vcbùcccccc[cÓ ,. daughter of Je-ru-sa-lem: be-hold thy King cometh,Bvvbùcccccvvccˆhˆkhv gcvfv v fbfbfbv smv}cccccc the holy one and the Sa-viour of the world. Verses from Psalm 34 may be sung. 36
  37. 37. CHRISTMAS DayINTROIT Puer natus est nobis Isa. 9:6; Ps 98 Cantorsvij. Vvbdbygv HUv ãbv v ccccc[vãvbcvccvvJOv vkvbvijv vbJI/v. v]bÔU Choir N-TO us a Child is born; un-to us a Son is giv-enVvvu¨ gv v vUH v v ãvcccccccccccccv[v vãvcv v Ô and the government shall be upon his shoulder; and his FINEVvvãv cccccccccvv≤j˚Ov vjv v vhcvhbhbhbv rd,mc}vv v bÓ Name shall be callèd, Angel of migh-ty Coun-cil. Cantors ChoirVvvcygv vHUvcãcvccvlcv kcj.cvkv/ v]cãcccccvvb˝ Ps. O sing unto the LORD a new song: for he hath done Cantors ChoirVvvgcbvbhcvfcv dcv}vcygv UH cãv cv ]v vu¨ gv UH cãv cv v]vÎ , m mar-vel-lous things. Glo- ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) FullVvbdbygv v UH v ãccvvbv}cccccccccccccccv Un - to us ... (etc.) 37
  38. 38. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Vidérunt omnes Ps. 98:4,5, ⁄3 Cantorsv. Vvbsccvfv ùvccccccvcccccccccjv v bÔA LL the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of Choir CantorsVvvj.cv h.v v{vfv hcùcvcv vjcvgv v hv rd4b#@mc]vcvsvb v fv vÓ our God: O be joyful in God, all ye lands. ⁄ The LORD ChoirVvvùcvcccccvbjv vbjv. vhv. v{vfcvùcvccccccc[Ó hath declared his sal-va-tion: In the sight of the heathenVvvùcccvccvv hcvjcgv vhv v vhcv vrd4b#@mv v}cccvv hath he openly shew-ed his right-eous-ness.ALLELUIA Dies sanctificátus Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v vFTcv tfcf,v v]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv c}vbv v vbÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. CantorsBvv fcgcv ùccccccccccccccv[cùccÓ⁄ A hal-low’d day hath dawned upon the earth; come, 38
  39. 39. CHRISTMAS ChoirBvvùvcccccvhcchcvbgv v hv. v]v vbùvbvccccccvvÓ ye nations, and wor-ship the LORD: for on this day a greatBvbùvcccvcchcvfv vGYv v gcfcf,v }cccccccvÏ light hath des-cend-ed up-on the earth. AllBvvfbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cb}cccccccccccv Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Tui sunt cæli Ps.89:12 & 15a Cantorsij. Xvv dv vrdv vD6cvbùccccccccccc[cbùccvvÓT HE hea- vens are thine, the earth also is thine; thou hastXbùcccccccccccvcccvygv bUH vbv vjv v bUH v v hv Ó laid the foundations of the round world, and all that there-in ChoirXvhv. ]vbyf¥ cYF cvùvccccccccvhv hv jv yf¥ v vhv vtˇ dv f≥ gf≥ }, is; righteousness and equity are the habitation of thy seat. 39
  40. 40. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Vidérunt omnes Ps. 98:4 Cantors Choiri. Bvfv v vbvGYcbHIv v hcvygv vGY.,c]bv tfvcGYvcv hv vhv ˆHb 8hv vgv fvbÏA LL the ends of the world: have seen the sal-vat-ion ofBvbvfb fbv vsvm }ccccccccccccccccccc our God. Verses from Psalm 98 may be sung. 40
  41. 41. THE HOLY FAMILY First SUNDAY after CHRISTMASINTROIT Deus in loco sancto Ps. 68: 5,6,35,2 Cantorsvij. Vbdbygv vHUcvãbccccccvbv[vbãcccccvcccvvbÔG OD in his holy habitation; it is he that maketh ChoirVvvãccccccjcbv bJOcvkv bijcJI./v c]bv ¨ugvb HUcbãcbvcb Ô brethren to be of one mind in an house: He will give the FINEVvvãcvccccccccvv j≤ O˚ v v jv vhchbhbhbv vrdc}cbbcbÓ m, dominion and preeminence un- to his peo- ple. CantorsVvvcygcUH cv vãcvccccvvjcbjvclvcvkvcjvcjvckv? ]ÔPs. Let God arise, and let his e- ne- mies be scat- ter- ed: ChoirVvãcccccccccvcvg≈ v v hcvfcvdvm v}vccccvÓ , let them also that hate him flee be- fore him. Cantors Choir FullVvvygcHUcãv cc}c¨ugvb HUcbãc}ccbdbygcHUcãc}ccv Glo- ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) God in... (etc.) 41
  42. 42. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Unam pétii a Dómino Ps. 27:4 Cantorsv. Vvbsv vfcv vhcùvcccccccccvcccvjcv v bvÔO NE thing have I desired of the LORD, which I ChoirVvjv v hcv hc]cfv hcvùvcccccvccvcjv cvgcv Ó . will re- quire, e- ven that I may dwell in the house of CantorsVvvhv v rd4b#@vm ]bcv svb vbvfv v hcvccccvv vjv vjv vhcvhc]Ï . the LORD. ⁄ To be- hold the fair beau-ty of the LORD, ChoirVvvfcvhcvjv vgcvhv vhcv rd4b#@mc}cccccccccv and to vi- sit his tem- ple.ALLELUIA Gaudéte, iusti Ps. 32:1 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv c}vbv cÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv v fcvgcv ùcvccccvhcgv, v hv. c]v vùcccccÓ⁄ Re- joice in the Lord, O ye righ- teous: for it 42
  43. 43. THE HOLY FAMILYBvv ùccccccchcvfv GYv v g,v v v f,v }v cccccvÏ becometh well the just to be thank- ful. AllBvvfbYG v vTF ctfcf≈ bfYG biˆ¿ hb6b%$btfvm, cb}cccccccccccvv Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY In te sperávi Ps. 31:16, 17 Cantors Choirij. Xvv hchccygv v bHUvcbjv vbHUcv hch.c]v y¥fv FYcvhc[cÓM Y hope hath been in thee, O Lord: I have said,Xvv vùcccccv[chcjv vy¥fvhv vˇtdv v≥fgf≥ c}vvccccv , Thou art my God, my time is in thy hand.COMMUNION Fili, quid fecísti Luke 2:48-49 Cantorsi. Bvfv v cvbGYcbùccccccccccv[v vbùccccvvbÓS ON, why hast thou thus dealt with us? Behold, thy ChoirBcbùccccccvHIv cchv v hcv ygv vGY.,c]v vtfcGYv vhv Ó father and I have sought thee sor- row- ing. And he said 43
  44. 44. PROPER of the SEASONBbbùcccv[cùcccccccccc[cbùcccccvvÓ unto them, How is it that ye sought me? Wist ye not thatBvùccvcccvv vˆhkhv gcvfv v vfbfbfbv v smvc}cccccv I must be a- bout my Fa- ther’s bus- iness? Verses from Psalm 27 may be sung.Sunday Year A: Tolle púerum Matt. 2:20 Cantorsi. Bvvfv v cvbGYcbùcccccccccc[vbùcv cccvvbÓT AKE the young Child and his mother, and go into the ChoirBvvIH v v hv hcvygv vYG c]vtfcYG v vùvcccccvv hˆ khv ccgcÏ ,. land of Is - ra - el: for they are dead which sought theBvvfv vcv vfbfbfbv v svm cccc}cccccccccccv young Child’s life. Verses from Psalm 93 or 128 may be sung. 44
  45. 45. SAINT MARY, MOTHER of GOD JANUARY 1INTROIT Salve, sancta Parens Sedulius; Ps. 45:2,11,12 Cantors Choirvij. Vbvdbygv v HUv bvbvJOcv kv v kvcvijv vJI./v ]v v¨ugvbvbHUcv ãcbv v v[ÔH AIL, O Mo- ther most ho- ly, who didst give birthVvvãvccccccccccccccccc[ccccbÔ to the monarch reigning o’er heaven and earth, FINE CantorsbVv √çj˚Ov vcjv cvhbhbhv r,dmv}ccvygv HUcv ãcccvv jv lv v v b world with- out end. Ps. My heart is inditing of a ChoirVvv vkcv jcvkv/ ]v vãccccccccvcccvjcv bgcÓ . good mat- ter: I speak of the things which I have made Cantors ChoirVvhv v fcdcvdvm v }cvvygv vUH cãv cv ]v u¨ gvUH cãv cv v]vcvÎ un- to the King. Glo- ry be...(etc.) As it was..., (etc.) FullVvv bdbygv UH cv vãccvvbv}cccccccccccccc Hail, O Mother ..., (etc.)or Lux fulgébit (Christmas at Daybreak) 45
  46. 46. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Diffúsa est grátia Ps. 45:2, ⁄ 4 Cantorsv. Vvvscvbvfcv hcvjv v hv vhc]v vfcv ùbcccccccvvÓ .F ULL of grace are thy lips: Be - cause God hath Choir CantorsVchccvjcvgv vhcrd4b#@c}csvb vbvfv v vùbcv ccccvvÓ m blessed thee for e - ver. ⁄Be- cause of theVvv ùcccc[vùccccvjv v vjv cv hccvhcv]v bvbcv Ï word of truth of meekness and right- eous- ness: ChoirVvfcvùccccccccccccvjv vgv chcrd4b#@mcv} and thy right hand shall teach thee ter- ri- ble things.ALLELUIA Post partum Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v vbvFTcvbtfcf,v ]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv c}vv vcbÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. CantorsBvv vfcvgcv ùcccvv ccccccccvvhcv gv, vhv. ]vÓ⁄ Af- ter child-bearing thou remainedst a pure vir- gin: 46
  47. 47. SAINT MARY, MOTHER of GOD ChoirBcùcccccvvhv v fv v vYG v v bgb,v bfv, v}vcccccccÏ Mother of God, in- ter- cede for us. AllBvvfbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cb}cccccccccccv Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Felix namque es Cantorsij. Xvvdv v v brdv vD6cv ùcccccccccv[vùcccvv ÓB LES- SED art thou, O Holy Virgin Mary, and most ChoirXvv ygcvHUv vjvHUcv h.cv]v y¥fv FYvcùccccccccbcvÔ wor- thy of all praise: for out of thee arose the Sun ofXvjv v vyf¥ v vchv ccgvcvdv v vf≥ bg≥fv, v v}cccccccvv right- eous- ness, Christ our God. 47
  48. 48. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Exsúlta fília Sion Zach. 9:9 Cantorsi. Bvvfv v bGYcccbùcccvccccccv[cùccccbbvÓR E-JOICE greatly, O daughter of Sion, shout, O ChoirBvbùccvvbIH v vhv v hv ygv vYG c]v tfcYG v vcùcccccvvcvÓ ,. daughter of Je- ru- sa- lem: be- hold, thy king comethBvùv ccccccccvv ˆhkhv vgcvfv v fbfbfbv smv}cccc unto thee; he is just, and hav- ing sal- va- tion. Verses from Psalm 45:2, 8-13 or the Magnificat may be sung. 48
  49. 49. SECOND WEEK after CHRISTMAS Second SUNDAY after CHRISTMASINTROIT Dum médium Wisd. 18:14-15; Ps. 93 Cantorsvij. Vbv v dbygv vUH v bãccccccccccccccccv[ÔW HEN as all the world was in profoundest quietness, ChoirVvvãvcv v ccccvv vbJOcvkv v kvcvijcJI./v v c]cbv¨ugvbvbv Ó and night was in the midst of her swift course: ThinebVv UH cvãccccccccccccccccccccvÔ al- migh- ty word, O LORD, leaped down from heaven FINE CantorsbVvjc√çj˚Ov vjv vhcvhbhbhv r,dmv}ccvv ygv vHUcvãccccccbbÔ out of thy roy- al throne. Ps. The LORD is king, and hath ChoirVvvjv bjcv lcvkv v jcv jcvkv/ ]vcãcccccccccvvÔ . put on glo- rious ap- pa- rel: The LORD hath put on hisVvãccccvvjcvbgcvhv cvfcvdcv vdvm v }cccccvÓ apparel, and gir- ded him- self with strength. 49
  50. 50. PROPER of the SEASON Cantors Choir FullVvygv v UH cãv cv ]v vu¨ gvUH cãv cv v]v v bdbygv UH cv vãccvvbv } Glo- ry be...(etc.) As it was..., (etc.) When as all ..., (etc.)GRADUAL Speciósus forma Ps. 45 :2 ⁄ 1 Cantors Choirv. Vvvcbscvbfcvhcvùvccccvvhcv vjcjv v hc]v fv hv vbÔ .T HOU art fair- er than the chil- dren of men: full of CantorsVvv jcvgcv hv vrd4b#@vm }cvv v svb vbfv v vhv ùccccccvvbÓ grace are thy lips. ⁄ My heart is inditing of a goodVvv ùcv[vùcccccccccccccccvvjv v vjv vbÓ matter; I speak of the things which I have made un- to ChoirVvvhchcv]v fcvùccccccccvvjv v vgv vhv v rd4b#@mv} the King: my tongue is the pen of a rea- dy wri- ter.ALLELUIA Dóminus regnávit, decórem Ps.93 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v ]v fbYG v vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv }v v bÏA L - LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. 50
  51. 51. SECOND WEEK after CHRISTMAS CantorsBvvcvfcgcv ùcccvv ccccccccvv vhcvgv vhv. ]⁄ The LORD is King, and hath put on glorious ap-pa- rel: ChoirBcùcv cccccccccccccvhv v vfv v YG v v bvgbvÏ The LORD hath put on his apparel, and gir- ded him- self AllBcfv cvf,v v}v cfbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cb}ccccc with strength. Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Bénedic, ánima mea Ps. 103:2,5 Cantorsij. Xvv dv v v vbrdv D6cv vùcccccccccygv HUcjv v vÓP RAISE the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his ChoirXvvUH chcvhc]v yf¥ v YF vcùcccccccccccccbbÓ . be- ne- fits: who sa- tis- fi- eth thy mouth with goodXvùcc[cùccccvvhccjv v yf¥ v vhv gv dv vf≥ gb≥fbcfv, v v} things: making thee young and lus- ty as an ea- gle. 51
  52. 52. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Dómine, Dóminus noster Ps. 8 Cantors Choiri. Bvvfv v vGYcchcv HIv vygv v vGY.,c]v tfcGYv vùcccccvvÓO LORD our go- ver- nor, how ex- cel- lent is thyBvvˆhkhv vgv fv v fbfbfbv vsvm }cccccccccccccc Name in all the world. Verses from Psalm 8 may be sung. 52
  53. 53. EPIPHANY JANUARY 6 or THE SUNDAY BETWEEN JANUARY 2 AND JANUARY 8INTROIT Ecce advénit cf. Mal. 3:1; I Chron. 19:12; Ps. 72:1, 10, 11 Cantors Choirvij. Vbvdbygv HUv bv v v ãcccvv v[v vjcJOcv kcv bijv vJI./v]v ¨ugv ÓB E-HOLD, he appeareth, the LORD and Ru - ler: and FINEVbUH v vãvccccccc[v jcc≤jO˚ v v jv v vhcv hbhbhbv rdvm, c}Ó in his hand the kingdom, and pow’r, and do - min - ion. Cantors ChoirVccvygv v HUv v jccjclccckccjv v k/c]vãcccvbÔ Ps. Give the King thy judge - ments, O God: and thy CantorsVvbvãccccvvjcv gcvhv vfcv vdc}vcygcvUH v bãcccÔ , m righteousness un - to the King’s Son. Glo - ry be to the ChoirVbvãcvccccccv[vjcv lckv v jcvjcv k/v ]v v¨ugvHUcvÔFather, and to the Son, and to the Ho - ly Ghost. As itVvvãcccccccv[vãccccvvlcbkcbvbjcvk/c]cv bvÔ was in the beginning, is now, and ev- er shall be: 53
  54. 54. PROPER of the SEASON FullVvvjcv vgcv hv v bfcv dcv dc}cbdbygv UH v bv vãccccvv} m world with- out end. A - men. Be - hold, he..., (etc.)GRADUAL Omnes de Saba vénient Isa. 60:6, ⁄ 1 Cantorsv. Vbsccvxfcvxùvccccccccccccvhcjcvj.cbÓA LL they from Saba shall come, bringing gold and in - ChoirVvbhv. c{bvfccùccccccvhcvjcv gv hcvhcrd4b#@vm ]v vÍ cense: and shall shew forth the prais - es of the LORD. Cantors ChoirVcvsvb v vfv vùcccchcjv v jvchcvh.v {cfcvùvccvvbÓ ⁄ A - rise and shine, O Je - ru - sa - lem: for the gloryVvùcccccvjv vgcvhcvhv v rd4b#@c}cccccvvcc m of the Lord is ri - sen up- on thee. 54
  55. 55. EPIPHANYALLELUIA Vídimus stellam Matt. 2:2 Cantors Allvj. BfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v v]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cv }v vb ÏA L- LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. Cantors ChoirBvv v fv vgcv ùcccvv vhcv gv vhv. ]v ùccvv ccccvvÓ ⁄ We have seen his star in the East: and are come withBvùcccccfcv vYG v v vgv, vfv, v}vcccccccccvÏ offerings to wor - ship the LORD. AllBvv fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cb}ccccccccccvv Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Reges Tharsis Ps. 72:10, 11 Cantorsij. Xvv vdv vrdv v D6cv ùcvccccccccvcccvcb[ÓT HE Kings of Tharsis and of the isles shall give presents;Xvvùvccccccccvvygv v bUH cbjv v vbUH cv hc]cccvÓ . the Kings of Arabia and Sa - ba shall bring gifts: 55
  56. 56. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirXvvyf¥ v YF v vcvùvccccccccc[v ùccccjcv yf¥ vÓ all Kings shall fall down before him; all nations shall doXvhctˇ dv cf≥ gf≥ c}vvcccccccccccccccv , him ser - vice.COMMUNION Vídimus stellam Matt. 2:2 Cantors Choiri. Bvvfv vbv vGYcbcùccvvHIv vhv v ygv GY.,v]v vtfcGYvcùcccvbÓW E have seen his star in the East: and are come withBvvùccvv hˆ khv gccvfv v fbfbfbv svm }cccccccccc offerings to wor - ship the Lord. Verses from Psalm 72:1-2, 6-7, 9-11, 16-17 may be sung. 56
  57. 57. THE BAPTISM of THE LORD SUNDAY after JANUARY 6INTROIT Dilexísti Ps. 45: 7,1 Cantorsvij. Vvbdbygv v HUv bv ãcvcccvvb v v ccvb JOv vkv kv vkv vijv JI./b]ÔT HOU hast lovèd righteousness, and ha-ted i- ni- qui-ty; ChoirVvv ¨ugccHUv cãccccccvv[vãcccccccvv cbÔwhere- fore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with FINE CantorsbVcãvccccccvjcv√çj˚Ov v jv vhbhbhv r,dmv}vcv v bygv vHUcbvÔ the oil of gladness a- bove thy fel- lows. Ps. My heart ChoirbVvãccccvv JOv bvkv vkcv ijcJI./c]cãcccccccvbÔ overfloweth with a good mat- ter; I speak of the thingsBvv ãcccbcv ccvjcvbgcv vhv v vfv, vdvm v }ccccvvÓ which I have made con- cer- ning the King. Cantors Choir FullVvygv v UH cãv cv ]v vu¨ gvUH cãv cv v]v v bdbygv UH cv vãccvvbv } Glo- ry be...(etc.) As it was..., (etc.) Thou hast ..., (etc.) 57
  58. 58. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Benedíctus Dominus Deus Ps. 72:18 Cantorsv. Vvbvsv v vfcv vhcùvcccccccccvhv vjv jv vhv h.b]ÏB LES-SED be the LORD God, even the God of Is- ra- el, Choir CantorsVvv fv v hvchv vjcgcv hvcv hv v vrd4b#@c}cvsvb v bfv v vcbÓ m which on- ly do- eth won- drous things. ⁄ The moun- ChoirVvvùcv ccjv v vjvcv hc{v fcvùcvccccccccvÓ . tains also shall bring peace, and the little hillsVvv ùccccchcvjv v gcvhv v rd4b#@mc}ccccccvv righteousness un- to the peo - ple.ALLELUIA Invéni David servum meum Ps. 89:21 Cantors Choirvj. BvfbGYv v v FTcv tfcf,v ]v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv c}vvbcbÏA L- Cantors LE- LU- IA. Al - le- lu- ia. ChoirBvv fcgcv ùcccvv v vhv vgv, v hv. ]cv ùcccccccÓ ⁄ I have found David my ser- vant. With my holy oil 58
  59. 59. THE BAPTISM of THE LORD AllBchchv fv vGYv v vbtfv vf,v v}v fbGYv vFTctfc≈fbfGYb¿ˆihb6b%$btf,mv cc} have I an- oin- ted him. Al - le- lu- ia.or Benedíctus qui venit Ps. 118:26-27 CantorsBvv v fcv gv vùcccccccccccvvhv vgv, v hv. v]cbÓ⁄ Bles - sed be he that cometh in the Name of the LORD: ChoirBcùccccccccvhv cv fv cYG v btfv fv, v}vccccÏ God is the LORD who hath show- ed us light. AllBfbYG v vTF ctfcf≈ bfY© biˆ¿ hbhvtfcgcfv, b}ccccccccccc , Al - le- lu- ia.OFFERTORY Benedíctus qui venit Ps. 118:26-27 Cantorsij. Xvdccbrdv vD6cùcccccbygv bHUcvjv v vHUv vhvch.v ]v bÓB LES- SED be he that cometh in the Name of the LORD: ChoirXvv y¥fv FYvcùccccccccccvvhcjv y¥fv vhvbcvcv˝ we have wished you good luck, we that are of the 59
  60. 60. PROPER of the SEASON CantorsXvgv v dv v f≥ bg≥ bfbcfc{v vùccccccvv ygv vUH ccvv v v vÔ , house of the LORD. God is the LORD who hath ChoirXvvjv v vHUchcvh.c{vhchchcjv v y¥fv vhv bt†dv ≥fg≥fb,c}ccv show- ed us light, al- le- lu- ia, al- le- lu- ia.COMMUNION Omnes qui in Christo baptizáti estis Gal. 3:27 Cantorsi. Bvfv v GYcvùccccccccvhcvHIv v hv hv v ygv vGY.,v ]v ˝A S ma- ny of you as have been bap- ti- zed in- to Christ ChoirBvv tfcvYG v vhcv hˆ khv v gv v fv vfbfbfbv svm }ccccccccv have put on Christ, al- le- lu- ia. Verses from Psalm 29 may be sung. The weekdays that follow are in the first week after the Epiphany, or the First Week in Ordinary Time. 60
  61. 61. SEASON OF LENT ASH WEDNESDAYINTROIT Miseréris ómnium Wisd. 11:24-25, 27; Ps. 57 Cantorsvij. Vbcdbygv vbHUv v vãvcvccvvcccccvv [vãcccvv bvÔT HOU hast mercy on all things, O LORD, and hatest ChoirVvãcccccvccOcv kv ijv JI./v v]vb¨ugv vHUcv vãcvcv cÔ nothing that thou hast cre- a- ted: and wink- est at men’sVvãccc[cãcv vcccccccv[vãccccccvv [Ô iniquities, because they should amend, and sparest all men, FINEVãcv ccvvcccccvv[c√çj˚Ov vjcvhvbvhbhbhv vrd, mbc}ccÓ for they are thine, O LORD, thou lov- er of souls. CantorsVvv ygv vUH cãccccccccv[v jv vlv v kv vkv vjv vjv kv/ ]ÔPs. Be mer- ciful unto me, O God, be mer-ci- ful un- to me: Choir Cantors FullVvãcb v cvcvgv v vbhv bvfv, v dvm }v ygv UH cãccc]bcdbygv vbUH v}for my soul trust- eth in thee. Glo-ry be...,(etc.) Thou hast 61
  62. 62. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Miserére mei Deus Ps. 57:2, 4 Cantorsv. Vbv scfcvùcccccccccvccvhv vjvbvjvchv bh.v{ÏB E mer- ciful unto me, O God, be mer- ci- ful un- to me: Choir CantorsVvbfcvhchcv jcvgv vbhv vrd4b#@mv}v v svb v fcvhcv vjcvcÔ for my soul trust- eth in thee. ⁄ He shall send from ChoirVvvbjv. v hv. ]v fcvùccccccccccccvv jvccvv˝ hea- ven: and save me from the reproof of him thatVvv gv v bvhvchv rd4b#@c}vcccccccccvccccv m would eat me up.TRACT Dómine, non secundum peccáta nostra Ps. 103:10; 79:8, 9 Cantors Choirviij. Vvdcvfccvvùcccccccccvvj.cv{vùccvv vbÓO LORD, deal not with us after our sins: nor reward CantorsVvùcccccccchcv hcvf,cvdc]cv ùcccvcv bÓ m us according to our wick- ed-ness-es. ⁄ O LORD, 62
  63. 63. ASH WEDNESDAYVvùccccccccccccccccccccccbÓremember not our old sins, but have mercy upon us, and ChoirVchcj.c]cùcccccccccvv fcdcbdbm bc}vcvbvÓ that soon: For we are come to great mi- se- ry. CantorsVvccùcccccccccccv[v ùvcccccccvÓ ⁄ Help us, O God of our salvation, for the glory of thy ChoirVvcùccvv v jc]vùccccccccccccccccÓ . Name, O Lord: O deliver us and be merciful unto ourVvcùccccvfccvvbdbm c}cccccccccccc sins, for thy Name’s sake. 63
  64. 64. PROPER of the SEASONLENT PROSE Attende, Dómine Choirv. Bcvacvbv dcbgcvgcv[cgcv vkcvjv gcvhcgv, {cccvH EAR us, O LORD, * have mer- cy up- on us:BvkcvgcscvbTF cbv dv dcvesccvavn }cccccccvvcÎ for we have sin- ned a- gainst thee. (Repeat after each verse) CantorsBcdcvdcv acv Àcv cv ES c[v vhcchcv gchcrdcdv{v˝1. To thee, Re- deem- er, on thy throne of glo- ry:2. O Thou chief Cor- ner- stone, Right Hand of the Fa- ther:3. God, we im- plore thee, in thy glo- ry sea- ted:4. Sins oft com- mit- ted now we lay be- fore thee:5. In- no- cent, cap- tive, ta- ken un- re- sis- ting:Bcgcv gcv gcv vgcv vdv[v v fcv gcv hcv gcv rdcvsc{b˝ lift we our weep- ing eyes in ho- ly plead- ings: Way of Sal- va- tion, Gate of Life Ce- les- tial: bow down and hear- ken to thy weep- ing chil- dren: with true con- tri- tion, now no more we veil them: false- ly ac- cused, and for us sin- ners sen- tenced, 64
  65. 65. ASH WEDNESDAYBvgccvhccjcvkcgvc[vbvbgv vcÀccvfcvdcescàvn v } lis- ten O Je- su, to our sup-pli-ca- tions. cleanse thou our sin- ful souls from all de- file- ment. pi- ty and par- don all our griev- ous tres- pas- ses. grant us, Re- dee- mer, lov- ing ab- so- lu- tion. save us, we pray thee, Je- su our Re- dee- mer.OFFERTORY Exaltábo te Ps. 30:1.2 Cantorsij. Xdv vbrdcvDÁYv cvùcccvcccvv[v ùcccccccÓI WILL mag- nify thee, O LORD, for thou hast set me ChoirXùccccccccvhcygv HUv vjv v vHUcvhch.v ]vÁyfv FYv v bÓ up, and not made my foes to tri- umph o- ver me: O LORDXvùcccccccccccvv v jv v yÁ fcbhv v vtd† v f≥ gf≥ v, v} my God, I cried unto thee, and thou hast heal- ed me. 65
  66. 66. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Qui meditábitur Ps. 1:2b, 3b Cantorsi. Bvv fv v bGYv vùccccccvccccvbccHIvbv vchcv ÓH E who doth meditate on the law of the LORD day ChoirBvygv v GY,.vc]v tfv v vGYvcvùv vccˆhˆkhv gcvfv vfbfbfbv smvb}ccv and night: will bring forth his fruit in due sea- son. Psalm 1 may be sung. 66
  67. 67. FIRST WEEK of LENT First SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Invocábit me Ps. 91:15, 16, & 1 Cantorsvij. VbdbygcvHUcvãcccccccccccccccc[v ÔH E shall call upon me, and I will hearken unto him; ChoirVãcccccccccJOcv vkv v kvbvijv vIJ v/. v]vbu¨ gv vUH cv vjvÔ I will deliver him, and bring him to ho- nor: with length of FINE CantorsVvvjcvjv b√çj˚Ov vjchvbvhbhbhv vr,dmbc}cvv vygv v HUcvãcccvbv Ô days will I sa- tis- fy him. Ps. Who- so dwelleth under ChoirVvv ãcccvvlv v vkv vjvcv kv/ c]v vãcccccccccÔ the defence of the Most High: shall abide under the CantorsVvv ãcb v cv vgv hv bv fv v vdvm }v vygv vUH cãcc]bvccccÔ shadow of the Al- migh- ty. Glo-ry be..., (etc.) FullVvv ¨ugvHUcãv cv v]v v bdbygv HUcv vãccvvbv }ccccccv As it was..., (etc.) He shall ..., (etc.) 67
  68. 68. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Angelis suis Ps. 91:11-12 Cantors Choirv. Vvv bsv vbfvcùccccccvvHUcvbjv v hcvbh.v{v vhcjvcvbÓH E shall give his Angels charge o- ver thee: to keep CantorsVvbvhv gv bhvcvhv rd4b#@mv}v v v vsvb v vfcv hcv jcjcvhccvÓ thee in all thy ways. ⁄ They shall bear thee in their ChoirVvvh.v ]v v vfcv ùccccccvjv vbgv vbvbhvchv vb rd4b#@mv}v v hands: that thou hurt not thy foot a- gainst a stone.TRACT Qui hábitat Ps. 91:1-7, & 11-16 Cantorsviij Vccdcv fcvùccccccccccccccvjc]Ó.W HO- SO dwelleth under the defence of the Most High: ChoirVcùccccccccccccvv vhcv fcv vdc]vbcv Ó , m shall abide under the shadow of the Al- migh- ty. CantorsVvv ùccccccccc[cv ùccccccccccvbÔ⁄ I will say unto the Lord, Thou art my hope and my 68
  69. 69. FIRST WEEK of LENT Choir CantorsVcvj.ccvh.c]cùcccccccvf,v vbdbm bc}vcv ùcv vbÓ strong- hold: my God, in him will I trust. ⁄ For he ChoirVvvùcccccccccccccccj.cv h.v ]vùv ccbÓ shall deliver thee from the snare of the hun- ter: and from CantorsVvvùccccvvfcvdcbdbm bc}cvvùccccccccvvbv Ó the noisome pes- ti- lence. ⁄ He shall defend thee under ChoirVvvhcvjcv]v ùccccccccccccvvfv, v vbdbm b}v v Ó . his wings: and thou shalt be safe under his fea- thers. CantorsVvcùcccccccccccccccccccvjcv Ó .⁄ His faithfulness and truth shall be thy shield and buck- ChoirVvhv. ]v vùccccccccccccccvfv, vbdbm bcv}v v Ó ler: thou shalt not be afraid for any terror by night. CantorsVvcùccccccccccccc[v ùvccccccvvÓ⁄ Nor for the arrow that flieth by day; for the pestilence 69
  70. 70. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirVvv ùcccccvvjcv vhc]v ùccccccccccvv Ó . . that walketh in dark- ness: nor for the sickness that CantorsVvùccccvv v v vfv, vcbvdbm b}cvvùccccvcccccÓ destroyeth in the noon- day. ⁄ A thousand shall fall ChoirVvvùcccccccccccccvccvcvj.vc]v ùvcvbÓ be- side thee, and ten thousand at thy right hand: but it CantorsVvv ùccccvv vfv, vcbdbm b}vcv vùccccccvvcccÓ shall not come nigh thee: ⁄ For he shall give his Angels Choir CantorsVvv hcvjcvhv v vhv. ]v ùvccvccvvbfv v vdv bvdbm bc}vcvùvbvbÓ charge o- ver thee: to keep thee in all thy ways. ⁄ They ChoirVvvùccccccccvvj.c]cvbùcvcccvv ccccvÓ shall bear thee in their hands: that thou hurt not thy foot CantorsVvhcvfcvbdcbdbm bcv]cv vùccccccccccccvvÓ a- gainst a stone. ⁄ Thou shalt go upon the lion and 70
  71. 71. FIRST WEEK of LENT ChoirVvjv. v vhc]v ùvcccccccccccccccccvvÓ . ad- der: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou tread CantorsVvùcv v v fv, dbm b}ccvùccccccccccccccÓ under thy feet. ⁄ Because he hath set his love upon me, ChoirVvv ùvccccccvjv v hch.v ]v ùvcbv cccccccvÓ therefore will I de- li- ver him: I will set him up, because CantorsVvùcvccvfccdcbvdbm bv}ccvvb ùccvccccccvvbÓhe hath known my Name. ⁄ He shall call upon me, and Choir CantorsVvùvcv vjcv hc]v ùvcccccccvv vfcv bdbm bv}cùcvÓ . , I will hear him: yea, I am with him in trou- ble. ⁄ I will ChoirVvvùvcccccccccvcv vjv. v hc]v ùvcccccvvÓ . deliver him, and bring him to ho- nour: with long life willVvùvcccccccvvccccvhcvfv, vbdbm bv}cccccv I satisfy him, and show him my sal- va- tion. 71
  72. 72. PROPER of the SEASONOFFERTORY Scápulis suis Ps. 91:4-5 Cantorsij. Xvvdv v brdcDÁYv v ùcccvcccccc[v ùccvccvÓH E shall de- fend thee under his wings, and thou shalt ChoirXvùccygv v vUH v vjv v UH v chv. ]v yÁ fv vYF v cvùccccvccbÓ be safe un- der his fea- thers: his faith- fulness and truthXvùccvv jv v yÁ fcvbhv v vtd† v v vf≥ gf≥ v, c}cccccccc shall be thy shield and buck- ler.COMMUNION Scápulis suis Ps. 91:4-5 Cantorsi. Bvvfv bvbGYv vcv ùcccvccccccccccvvbcv v ÓT HE LORD shall defend thee under his wings, and ChoirBvv ùvcccccvvbIH vbv v hchcvygv v GYv,. v]v tfv vYG vcvùv v v Ó thou shalt be safe un- der his fea- thers: his faith- fulnessBvvùvcvbcccccvˆhkhv gccfv v fbfbfbv v smv}cccccbv and truth shall be thy shield and buck- ler. Verses from Psalm 91:1-3, 11-16 may be sung. 72
  73. 73. SECOND WEEK of LENT Second SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Tibi dixit cor meum Ps. 27:8, 9, & 1 Cantorsvij. VvvbdbygvbvUH ccãccccccvv[v OJ cvkvbv vijv IJ v/. c]bvcvÔM Choir Y heart hath talked of thee, seek ye my face; FINEVvbu¨ gv UH cv vãvcccccvv[v ãvb cc√jç O˚ v v jcvhv v hbhbhv vrd, bm }Ó thy face, LORD, will I seek: O hide not thy face from me. Cantors ChoirVccvygv vUH cv jcjv vlv v vkv v bjvcjcvkv/ c]cjcb v gvcbÓ . Ps. The LORD is my light and sal- va- tion: whom then Cantors ChoirVcvhv bvfv, bdvm }v v vygv vUH cãv cv v]vu¨ gv UH cãv cv v]v cvcÎ shall I fear? Glo- ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) AllVbdbygv v UH cvãcv v}cccccccccccccccc My heart hath... (etc.) 73
  74. 74. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Sciant gentes Ps. 83:19, 14 Cantorsv. Vvvbscv vfv vùccccccccccccvhcv hv jv v bÔL ET the nations know that thou, whose Name is Je- ChoirVvjb.v vh.v v{vfcùccccccvvccvjcvbgv hvchv rd4b#@mv}Í ho- vah: art only the Most Highest ov- er all the earth. Cantors ChoirVvv vsvb v fcvhcv vhccbhcvhcbjcbv jv hcvhv ]v fcvùvcvÓ⁄ O my God, make them like un- to a wheel: and asVvvhcjcv vjv bvgv vhvcvhv vrd4b#@vm }vcvccccccccv the stub- ble be-fore the wind.TRACT Commovísti Ps. 60:4, 6 Cantors Choirviij. Vvv dcv fcv ùcccccccjc]v hcbvhcfv v dv dvm ]Ó .T HOU hast moved the land, O LORD: and di- vi- ded it. Cantors Choir CantorsVcvvùcccccccvvj.v]v vhvhcvf,cvdc}cvv bvùccvÓ m⁄ Heal the sores there- of: for it sha- keth. ⁄ That they 74
  75. 75. SECOND WEEK of LENT ChoirVcùccccccccccvvjc]cùccvvcccccvbÓ . may triumph because of the truth: that thy beloved mayVvvùccvfcdcbdbm bc}ccccccccccccccvv be de- li- ver- ed.OFFERTORY Meditábor Ps. 119:47, 48 Cantorsij. Xcvdv v brdv YÁD v v cùcv v vccccccccccccÓM Y de- light shall be in thy commandments, ChoirXvvygv vUH v vjv v vUH v vhc]v yÁ fv YF v cvùccccccvbcccvÓ . which I have lov- ed: my hands also will I lift up untoXvùccvv vcccccbvjv vyÁ fvbhv v vtd† v f≥ gf≥ v, c}cccvv v thy commandments, which I have lov- ed. 75
  76. 76. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Visiónem Matt. 17:19 Cantors Choiri. Bvv fv bv v v GYv ùccbHIv vygv v GY,.v {vtfv vGYvcùvccvbcv cv ÓT ELL the vision to no man, un- til the Son of Man beBcùv hˆ khv vgcv fv v fbfbfbv vsvm }ccccccccccccv risen a- gain from the dead. Verses from Psalms 45:1-8, 18 or 97:1-6, 11-12 may be sung. 76
  77. 77. THIRD WEEK of LENT Third SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Oculi mei Ps. 25:15, 16, & 1-2 Cantorsvij. VbcdbygcvHUcvãvcvcccccvccccc[vbãcccÔM INE eyes are ever looking unto the LORD, for he ChoirVvvãccccccvvOJ ckvbv vijv IJ v/. ]vbu¨ gcv UH cãcccccvÔshall pluck my feet out of the net: look thou upon me, and FINEVvãcccccccv[v ãccccccvjç√ O˚ v vjv v hv hbhbhvrd, bm }Ó have mercy upon me, for I am desolate and in mi- se- ry. Cantors ChoirVccvygv vUH cvãccccccvvb vlv vkcv jv vkv/ ]cãbvbcv Ô Ps. Un- to thee, O LORD, do I lift up my soul: my God,Vvvãcccccccc[vãccvccgv vhcv fv bcbvdvm }v vÓ in thee have I trusted, let me not be con- foun- ded. Cantors Choir FullVvv vygv UH cãv cv v v]v u¨ gv UH cãv cv v ]v bdbygv vUH cvãccc} Glo- ry be..., (etc.) As it was..., (etc.) Mine eyes..., (etc.) 77
  78. 78. PROPER of the SEASONGRADUAL Exsúrge Dómine Ps. 9:19, ⁄ 3 Cantorsv. Vbsccfcv vùccccccvvbhvbcvjv jcv bhcbh.cv]cvÏU P, LORD, and let not man have the up- per hand: Choir CantorsVbvfcùccvcccvjcv bgv bhvchv rdb4b#@mv}v ccsvb v vfbv vbÓ let the heathen be jud- ged in thy sight. ⁄ While mine ChoirVvùvccccbvjv vbhcvhc]v v fcvùcv cccvcv ccvvÓ . enemies are dri- ven back: they shall fall and perishVvhv v fchv v rdb4#@vm }vcvccccccccvcccccvv at thy pre- sence.TRACT Ad te levávi Ps. 123:1-3 Cantors Choirviij. Vvdcv fcvùcccccvcj.c]v ùvcccccccvvÓU N- TO thee lift I up mine eyes: O thou that dwellest in CantorsVvùvcfcvbdc}cvv bùccccccccccvvjchc]v vÓ , m ..the hea- vens. ⁄ Behold, even as the eyes of ser- vants: 78
  79. 79. THIRD WEEK of LENT Choir CantorsVvùcccccccccccbbfcvbdc]cv ùcccvbvcv vÓ , m look unto the hand of their mas- ters. ⁄ And as the eyes Choir CantorsVùcv vjcv hc]vùccccccccvbfcv dbm b}cvvùcvcÓ . . , of a mai- den: unto the hand of her mis- tress. ⁄ Even so ChoirVùccccccccccvccvcvj.c]v ùccvbcccvÓ our eyes wait upon the LORD our God: until he have Cantors ChoirVvvùcv cv f,cdbm b}v cùccvvccccccvvj.cv ]v bhv bÓ mercy up- on us. ⁄ Have mercy upon us, O LORD: haveVvvùcv cv fcdbm b}v cccccccccccccccv ,mercy up- on usOFFERTORY Iustítiæ Dómini Ps. 19:8, 10, 11 Cantorsij. Xvcdv v brdv vYÁD v v vùccccchcvygcv UH v v jcvbUH vcv bÓT HE sta- tutes of the LORD are right, and re- joice 79
  80. 80. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirXvhv vhc]vcvyÁ fv vYF v ùcccccvbcccvccccvv b[vÓ . the heart: sweet- er also than honey and the honeycomb:Xvùccvv vcccvbjv vyÁ fvbvbhv v td† v vf≥ gf≥ v, c}ccccvcv moreover by them is thy ser- vant taught.COMMUNIONSunday Year A: When the Gospel of the Samaritan Woman is read:Qui bíberit aquam John 4: 13-14 Cantorsi. Bvvccfv bv vGYv v vùcccvvcccccccccccvÓW HO- SO drinketh the water that I shall give him, ChoirBvv bIH vcygv vYG v., v ]v tfv YG v v vùvcccccccccv[ccbbvÓ saith the LORD: it shall be in him a well of water,Bvcùccvvccvv ˆhkhv gv v fv v fbfbfbv smv}cccccvcc springing up unto e- ver- last- ing life. The First Song of Isaiah, Ecce Deus may be sung. 80
  81. 81. THIRD WEEK of LENTOther days: Passer invénit Ps. 84:3,4 Cantorsi. Bvcv fv v vYG v v ùvcccccccccccccvv ccÓT HE spar- row hath found her an house, and the ChoirBvvcùcccccccHIcvhcvhcvygcGY.v, {vcvtfv vGYccvÓ swallow a nest where she may lay her young: e- venBvv ùcccvvccccvIH cchcvgv v fv v fbfbfv vsvm c}cvvÏ thy altars, O LORD of hosts, my King and my God. Cantors ChoirBvvfv v v YG v ùvcccccvIH cvhcvygcYG v., {vcv tfv vYG cccÓ Bless- ed are they that dwell in thy house: they willBvvhv hˆ khv vgv v fv v vfbfbfv vsvm c}cccccccccccv be al- way prais- ing thee. The First Song of Isaiah, Ecce Deus may be sung. 81
  82. 82. PROPER of the SEASON Fourth SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Lætáre Ierúsalem (G.H.P.) Is. 66: 10,11; Ps. 122:1 Cantors Fullv. VvvbscvFb flTcb¯rdcvfcvscvdcfb b b hb hb {b yfv bvbhijb b˘ygb bvhijb b˘ygb ÓR E-JOICE ye * with Je- ru- sa- lem; and be ye glad forVhbhbhb˘fg˘fbMc{vfchbjbhb fb r®sc|bgv |bdtfv gb5b$#ƒTb$#v SE4#@dcesmnc]v fv vÓ her, all ye that de- light in her: ex-Vvvhv vfcb ¥§Yv vdv |fbgbfc¯sbd¯scsbM b{b bscdcfv FYb yfcr<dƒb ∞Tc˘tf<mb b[Ï ult and sing for joy with her, all ye that in sad- nessVcFY7^ç %$crd< bƒ ∞Tctfc]crdchchijchv [v b hbhbhcdv hv UH b•IvÓ M< mourn for her: that ye may suck, and be sa- tis-V|vH¿Ubç^%≈$gctf<Mc{vscb DRcb b®¢6vhv[v scDRcHUb^bΩ#c|bFYb$Ω#FTb$#v SE4b#Ω@dvÎ fi- ed with the breasts of her con- so- la- FINE Cantors ChoirVvesc}cbcscfcb hcb bhcchcchchchcjc]cfchv bÓ NM tions. Ps. I was glad when they said un-to me: * we will 82
  83. 83. FOURTH WEEK of LENT Cantors FullVvhvhv vhcvhcvjcvgchcv f,v}cscfch}cscFb flTcrdxv} go in- to the house of the LORD. Glo-ry be (2)* Re - joice ye...The Introit may be sung more simply thus: Cantorsvij. VbdbygcHUcv cjcvãccccc[vãccccvvbxccvv b ÔR E- JOICE ye with Jerusalem; and be ye glad for ChoirVcãccccvJOcvkcvkcvijcv JI./c]v ¨ugvbcbHUcãcvccbbÔ her, all ye that de - light in her: ex- ult and singVvãcccccvv [v ãccccccccccccccv[vÔ for joy with her, all ye that in sadness mourn for her:Vcãccccccccccccccvv[v ãbvccccvv Ô that ye may suck, and be sa- tis- fi- ed with the breasts CantorsVvjcjç√ O˚ v vjv v v hv hbhbhv vrd, bm }cvv vygv UH cjccjccjcvlc of her con- so- la- tions. Ps. I was glad when they said* See tones for the Gloria Patri on p. 463 ff. 83
  84. 84. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirVkcjv k/v [v vãcccccccvvcvgcchcfcdvm vccb}un -to me:* we will go in- to the house of the LORD. Cantors Choir FullVcygv UH cãvcc}cxu¨ gv UH cãcc}cbdbygcUH ccãccc} Glo-ry be..., (etc.) As it was..., (etc.) Re - joice ye..., (etc.)GRADUAL Lætátus sum Ps. 122:1,7 Cantors Choirv. Vbsv vfcvùcccccchcvjcbhv bh.c]bvfcvùcccvbv ÓI WAS glad when they said un- to me: we will go into CantorsVvhcvjcv bgv vbhv rdb4b#@mv}vccsvb v vfbchvcvbjv vbvbhch.c]v Ï the house of the LORD. ⁄ Peace be with- in thy walls: ChoirVvvfcvùcv vcccccvjv vbgv vbhv vhv vrdb4b#@mv}vcvccc and plenteousness with- in thy pa- la- ces. 84
  85. 85. FOURTH WEEK of LENTTRACT Qui confídunt Ps. 125:1-2 Cantors Choirviij. Vvvdcv fcv ùccccccccvjc]cvùvcvcccÓ .T HEY that put their trust in the LORD, shall be even Cantors ChoirVùvccccvvfcbdvm }cvbùccccccccjchc]vùvcÓ , ..as the mount Si- on: which may not be re- mov- ed, but CantorsVvùvccccvvcfcbdvm }ccvbùcccccccccvjcÓ , standeth fast for e- ver. ⁄ The hills stand about Je- ru- ChoirVvhchc]v ùvccccccccccccccccccvÓ . sa- lem; even so standeth the LORD round about hisVvv ùvc[cùccccccccvfcvdcvbdmvc}ccccvv people; from this time forth for ev- er- more.OFFERTORY Laudáte Dóminum Ps. 135:3-6 Cantorsij. Xvdv v brdv v cv D6v vùcccccccccccv[vbùv v vÓO PRAISE the LORD, for the LORD is gracious; O 85
  86. 86. PROPER of the SEASON ChoirXvùccccccccccvygvUH v jv bUH cv hv. ]v vyÁ fv bv 6F v vùv Ó sing praises unto his Name, for it is love-ly: what- so-everXvùccvv vccc[cùcccchv vbjv v vyÁ fvb hv v td† v f≥ gf≥ v, v } the LORD pleas-ed, that did he in hea- ven and in earth.Sunday Year C: When the Gospel of the Prodigal Son is read:OFFERTORY Illúmina óculos meos Ps. 13:3, 4 Cantors Choirij. Xdv cv vbrdv vD6cvhccvygv HUv vjv v vHUv vhv v h.v v]cÁyfv v ÏL IGHT-en mine eyes, that I sleep not in death; lestXvvFYv vùv vccccccbjv v Áyfvbv vbhvbvt†dv v≥fg≥fv v vf,v }ccv mine enemy say, I have pre - vail - ed a - gainst him. 86
  87. 87. FOURTH WEEK of LENTCOMMUNION Ierúsalem quæ ædificátur Ps. 122: 3,4 Cantorsi. Bfv vbGYv v ùcccccccvvcccccvvHIv hvchchcÓJ E-RU-SALEM is built as a city, that is at u-ni-ty in ChoirBvygcYG v., ]v btfv vYG v v ùcccvvccvv v[v ùccccccccÓ it-self: for thi-ther the tribes go up, even the tribesBvvùcccvv[vùccvvcv hˆ khv vgcfv v vfbfbfbv svm }ccccvv of the Lord; to testify un-to thy name, O Lord. Verses from Psalm 122 may be sung.Sunday Year A: When the Gospel of the Man born blind is read:COMMUNION Lutum fecit John 9:6, 11, 38 Cantorsi. Bvv vfv bv GYv vcvùccccccccbcccvHIv vhcvhv vbÓT HE LORD spat on the ground and made clay of the ChoirBvvygv YG v., ]vtfv vYG v vùvccccccccccccccbbvcÓ spit- tle, and he anointed mine eyes, and I went and 87
  88. 88. PROPER of the SEASONBvùcv v [v vùccccvv v v v v vˆhkhv vgcv fv v fbfbfbv smvbcv} wash- ed, and I receiv- ed sight and be- lieved in God. Verses from Psalm 27:1, 4-6, 9-10, 15 may be sung.Sunday Year C: When the Gospel of the Prodigal Son is read:COMMUNION Opórtet te Lk. 15:2 Cantors Choiri. BfvbGYv vùcccccccvvHIvchvcygcGY.v, v]v btfv vGYv cv ÓI T is meet that we should be glad, my son, for thyBvvùcccvvccccccccvv [v hˆ khv vgv vfv v fbfbfbv svm v} brother was dead and is alive again: was lost and is found. Verses from Psalm 27:1, 4-6, 9-10, 15 may be sung. 88
  89. 89. FIFTH WEEK of LENT Fifth SUNDAY in LENTINTROIT Iudica me, Deus Ps. 43: 1, 2, 3 Cantorsvij. VvbdbygcvUH cv ãcvccccccbb[vb ãccccvvxvbv cv ÔG IVE sen- tence with me, O God, and defend the cause ChoirVvãccccccccccbbvJOcv kcvijcJI./v ]bv¨ugvb b UH cjcbÔ of my soul against the un- god- ly peo- ple: de - li- verVcãcccccccccccccccccccb[v jcÔ me, and rid me from the deceitful and wicked man: for FINEVcãcccccccccvvjcc√çj˚Ov vjv v vhv vhbhbhv r,dbm }v vÓ thou, O Lord, art my God, and my strong sal- va- tion. CantorsVvv ygv UH cvãcccccccccvcvjcvlvcvkv vjcv kv? ]Ô>Ps. O send out thy light and thy truth, that they may lead me: ChoirVcãccccccccccccjv v ≈gv vhcvf,cvdmv v}cÓ and bring me unto thy holy hill, and to thy dwel- ling. 89
  90. 90. PROPER of the SEASON Cantors Choir FullVcvygv HUcãvc}vv v¨ugv HUcvãcc}cbdbygcHUcv ãcccv} Glo-ry be... (etc.) As it was... (etc.) Give sen- tence... (etc.)GRADUAL Eripe me, Dómine Ps. 143: 9, 10 ⁄ Ps. 18:49 Cantorsv. Vvvbvscvbfcvhcv vhchch˘ c[chccjcvjcvhcvhc]bv vÏ .D E-LIV-ER me, O LORD, from mine e- ne- mies: ChoirVvv fcv v hv bhchcbhcvjcv vgcb hcv hcvrdb4b#@vm ]bccbv v Í Teach me to do the thing that plea- seth thee. CantorsVcvbsvb fcvhcùcccccccccccccccccÓ ⁄ It is the LORD that delivereth me from my cruelVvùccv[vùcccccccccccchcv jcjchc]v Ï .. enemies, and setteth me up above mine ad-ver-sa-ries: ChoirVvvfchcvùcccccvjv vbv vgv vhcvhcvrdb4b#@vm c}ccc thou shalt deliver me from the wic- ked man. 90
  91. 91. FIFTH WEEK of LENTTRACT Sæpe expugnaverunt me Ps. 129: 1-4 Cantorsviij. Vcdcv fv hv ùccccccccccjcvcvhc{v vÓM Choir A - NY a time have they fought a - gainst me: Cantors ChoirVvhcchcfcv dc]cccùcccccvvjc{cùcccvÓ mfrom my youth up. ⁄ May Israel now say: yea many a CantorsVvùccccccccccccccfcv dmc]ccvùcv Ó time have they vexèd me from my youth up. ⁄ But ChoirVvcùccccccccccvvjcchv ]cùccccccvÓ they have not prevailèd a - gainst me: the plowers CantorsVvcùccccfcv dcdbm c{ccùccvvcccvjcv hc]Ó ploughèd up- on my back. ⁄ And made long fur-rows: ChoirVvvùcccccccccccccccccccccvv Ó but the righteous LORD hath hewn the snares of the 91
  92. 92. PROPER of the SEASONVvùccccvvfcvbdbm bc}ccccccccccvv ccvv ungodly in pie- ces.OFFERTORY Confitébor tibi Cf. Ps. 119:7, 10, 17, 25 Cantorsij. Xdcv brdv v vYÁD v cùccccccccccccccvv Ó I WILL give thanks unto the LORD with my wholeXvvhc{v ùccccccccccccvhv bygcHUcv jcv Ó heart; O do well unto thy servant, that I may live, and ChoirXcHUcchchc]cvyÁ fv vFYcv ùcccccccjcÁyfvcvbÓ keep thy word: quick-en thou me, according to thyXvvhcvtd† cf≥ gf≥ v, c}ccccccccccccccvcb word, O LORD. 92
  93. 93. FIFTH WEEK of LENTCOMMUNION Videns DóminusWhen the Gospel of Lazarus is read: John 11:33,35,43, 44,39 Cantorsi. BvccvfvccGYcvhcv[v ùccccvvcccccvvccÓW HEN the LORD * saw the sister of Lazarus weeping ChoirBùcccccccvv vIH chv vygcgcvhcv{vtfv YG v vhv v ùcvÓ < . at the tomb, and the Jews al-so wee- ping, he cri- ed with aBvùccc[v ùccccccc[vùcccccccvccvvÓ loud voice, Lazarus come forth: and he that was dead cameBvhc[cùcccvchˆ khv vgv v vfv v fbfbfbv v vsvm }cccccv forth bound hand and foot with grave-clothes. Verses from Psalm 130 may be sung. 93
  94. 94. PROPER of the SEASONCOMMUNION Nemo te condemnávit John 8: 10, 11When the Gospel of the adulterous woman is read: Cantorsi. BvvcvfvccGYc[cvùv vcccccccv{v v HIvcbygb cvbÌW O- MAN, where are thine accusers? Choir No man,BvvYG c]cvygcYG cùccccccc[v hˆ khv gcvfv fbfbfbv svm v} ,. LORD. Nei- ther do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more. Verses from Psalm 32:1-3, 5-6, 9 may be sung.COMMUNION Qui mihi ministrat John 12:26When any other Gospel is read: Cantorsi. Bvfv YG v v hchcvhv vcvhv{v IH v vhcvhcygb vcYG v,. ]v tfccGYcÓI F a- ny man serve me, let him fol-low me: and where ChoirBvhvhv{cvhcv vhv hcˆhkhv gcvfv v fbfbfbv smv}ccccccvv I am, there shall al- so my ser- vant be. Verses from Psalm 17:1-2, 9-12, 16 may be sung. 94
  95. 95. PALM SUNDAY SUNDAY OF THE PASSION AT THE BLESSING OF PALMSANTIPHON Hosanna fílio David Cantors Choirvij. Vvv dcvD&ccvvjv. vcjcjchcgv v hv jkjv{cgv v hcjkjvÓ ¥H O- SAN- NA * to the son of Da- vid: bles- sed isVvhjh.v[vcvhv rdcvescFYcbhcvÁyfv vgcvFTcv dMc]v vhv vhvcvÓ he that co- meth in the Name of the LORD. O KingVhchbhb hv FY7b^b%hv yg.,v{v dcvD&¥ccbJIb^b≈$cgcvF%cdmcv dmc}cvv of Is- ra- el: Ho- san- na in the high- est.PSALM 118 Confitémini Dómino CantorsVccygcHUcvãccccccccvv vlckv vÃcjcÃvk/vb]Ô⁄ 1. O give thanks un- to the LORD, for he is gra- cious; Choir ChoirVbv ãcccccccckcjvãv vhv vùv tf,mc}cvv vdv D&¥cv j.v because his mercy en-dur-eth for ev-er. Ant. Ho-san-na. 95
  96. 96. HOLY WEEK22 The same stone which the build-ers refused, * is become the head-stone in the corner. Ant. Ho-san-na.23 This is the LORD’S doing, * and it is mar-vel-lous in our eyes. Ant. Ho-san-na.27 God is the LORD, who hath show-ed us light; * bind the sacrifice with cords, | yea, even unto the horns of the altar. Ant. Ho-san-na.28 Thou art my God, and I will thank thee; * thou art my God, and I will praise thee. Ant. Ho-san-na. AT THE PROCESSION Deacon AllBvv hchchchcvfcvhcv}cvvhchchcv hcv hcvfchbv}⁄ Let us go forth in peace. ± In the Name of Christ. A-men.ANTIPHON Púeri Hebræórum, portántes Cantors Choiri. Bvcvsv v fvcv wav fcvgcYF cv vhv. v[chcvkv cbhvbcv gv bÏT HE chil- dren of the He- brews,* bear-ing bran-chesBvfv vGYch.v {v fv v vhv v vtfcgcv vrdcsmv {v v fbrdv wav vav cÍ of o-live, went out to meet the L ORD , cry-ing outBSRcv fbTF cfc[v vfcv^G cv6b%b#cfcvdcscv sc}cccvc , m m and say- ing, Ho- san- na in the high- est. 96
  97. 97. PALM SUNDAYPSALM 24 Dómini est terra Cantors Choiri. Bccfcgcvhv v ùcccvv v vcccchcvgchc]v ùv ÓT HE earth is the Lord’s, and all that there-in is: theBbvùccccccccchcv gcvfccGYcv òcv tf,mc}c com- pass of the world, and they that dwell there- in.2 For he hath founded it upon the seas : and prepared it upon the floods. Repeat Antiphon.7 Lift up your heads, O ye gates, | and be ye lift up, ye everlas-ting doors : and the King of glo-ry shall come in.8 Who is the King of glo-ry : it is the LORD strong and mighty, even the LORD migh-ty in battle. Repeat antiphon.9 Lift up your heads O ye gates, and be ye lift up, ye everlas- ting doors : and the King of glo-ry shall come in.10 Who is the King of glo-ry : even the Lord of hosts, | he is the King of glory. Repeat Antiphon.Gloria Patri is omitted. 97
  98. 98. HOLY WEEKANTIPHON Pueri Hebræorum vestiménta Cantors Choiri. Bvv vsv v fcv wav fcvgcYF cv hc[ccHIcv vhcvhcv gv vbÏ .T HE chil- dren of the He- brews,* spread their gar- mentsBvfv v TF cvgv, {v vfv v gv v dv vfcv escsvm {v v scfv csccvÎ in the way and cri- ed out say- ing, Ho-san-naBvdv v fv vgcvdcvfcvg,c{cdcvbvfcGYcvgcvfcccvvcÏ to the son of Da- vid: bles- sed is he thatBvvTF cvfv[vcdcvfcgcv dcrdcsc}ccccccccvv m com- eth in the name of the LORD.PSALM 47 Omnes gentes, pláudite Cantorsi. Bfcbccgcv hv vcùcccccccvv hcgcv hc]v v ÓO Choir CLAP your hands to- ge- ther, all ye peo- ple:BbvùccccccccchcgcvfcvGYcòcvtf,mc}cccv O sing unto God with the voice of me- lo- dy. 98
  99. 99. PALM SUNDAY2 For the LORD is high, and to be fear-ed : he is the great King up-on all the earth. Repeat Antiphon.3 He shall subdue the people un-der us : and the nations un-der our feet.4 He shall choose out an heritage for us : even the worship of Jacob, whom he loved. Repeat Antiphon.5 God is gone up with a mer-ry noise : and the LORD with the sound of the trump.6 O sing praises, sing praises unto our God : O sing praises, sing praises un-to our King. Repeat Antiphon.7 For God is King of all the earth : sing ye praises with un- derstanding.8 God reigneth over the hea-then : God sitteth up-on his holy seat. Repeat Antiphon.9 The princes of the people are joined unto the people of the god of A-bra-ham : for God, which is very high ex- alted, | doth defend the earth, as it were with a shield. Repeat Antiphon.Gloria Patri is omitted.Here may be sung the hymn, Gloria, laus et honor, 1940 Hymnal 62, EnglishHymnal: 621, 622.After the procession, the celebrant begins with the Collect for the day. 99
  100. 100. HOLY WEEK AT MASSTRACT Deus, Deus meus Ps. 22 Cantorsij. Xvv dv v fcv vùcccccvccccccccccvv ÓM Y God, my God, look upon me: why hast thou ChoirXvvhcjv v hcvhv v]vùcccccccccccccccÓ for-sa-ken me : and art so far from my health and from CantorsXvv ùcccbgv v dcdccfc}cvv dv v fcùccccvbcÓ the words of my com-plaint? ⁄ O my God, I cry in the ChoirXcbùcccccccccvvjv v]cùcccccccccÓ daytime, but thou hearest not : and in the night season CantorsXvùcvgv vdcv vdcfc}cvvdv vcvfccùvcvccvvbjv hv]Ó also I take no rest. ⁄ And thou continuest ho-ly : CantorsXvùcccccvcgv vdv dv fc}cvdv v fcùccccvcÔ O thou worship of Is-ra-el. ⁄ Our fa-thers hoped in 100
  101. 101. PALM SUNDAY ChoirXvv jv v]v ùcccvcccccccccvv gcdcdv vf}vÎ thee : they trusted in thee, and thou didst de-li-ver them. Cantors ChoirXccvdv v vfcùv cccccccvv v vjv v vhv ]cùcv vÓ ⁄ They cal-led upon thee, and were hol-pen : they put ChoirXvv ùccccccccccccvvgcvdcv fv }cccÎ their trust in thee, and were not con-foun-ded. Cantors ChoirXvv v vdv fv vùcccccccccccvv jv v]v vùccvvÓ ⁄ But as for me, I am a worm, and no man : a veryXcùcccccccccccccgcvdcv fc}ccvÎ scorn of men, and the outcast of the peo-ple. CantorsXvcdv v vfcv ùccvvcccccccvjv v]cccccÓ ⁄ All they that see me laugh me to scorn : 101

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