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Title
Perkins 4, folio 74, recto
Publication Information
Ella Strong Denison Library
Contributing Institution
Claremont Colleges Library
Collection
Gradual from Maundy Thursday to the Vigil of Pentecost
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Description
Holy Saturday (cont.). "Kyrie eleison" (concl.). Rubrics state that after the Kyrie the priest solemnly intones "Gloria in excelsis" and bells are rung. After the Gloria is said "Dominus vobiscum". Next "Deus qui hanc sacratissimam noctem" is read. When the Epistle "Fratres si consurrexistis" is finished, the priest who sings the mass intones "Alleluia," singing repeatedly in a higher voice, and the choir responds in the same tone, as often as they please. [The choir sings the] Verse "Confitemini". At that point they sing jointly, or as the cantor orders, the Tract "Laudate dominum omnes gentes". Alleluia. Red "v" indicates Verse "Confitemini Domino". Versals: small initial "K", large initial "A", and large initial "C".
Type
text
Format
image/jp2
Identifier
http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/cdm/ref/collection/scg/id/143
Subject
Kyrie eleison (Music)
Alleluia (Music)
Rubrication
Time Period
16th Century
Place
France
Source
Denison Library, Perkins 4. Gradual. s. XVI
Relation
Gradual from Maundy Thursday to the Vigil of Pentecost - http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/col/scg

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