4 edition of Mediæval Hymns and Sequences found in the catalog.
by J. Masters
Written in English
Hymns, chiefly mediæval, or the joys and glories of Paradise tr. and ed. Hymns for the sick (anon.) () Hymns of the Eastern Church tr. Mediæval hymns and sequences tr. () Notes, ecclesiological and picturesque, on Dalmatia The Book of praise, or, hymns and tunes for public and social worship. (Hartford, Hamersley,s, [c]), by General Association of Connecticut, ed. by William T. Eustis (page images at HathiTrust) The Book of praise, or, hymns and tunes for public and social worship.
Authoritative information about the hymn text All Glory, Laud and Honor, with lyrics, PDF files, printable scores translated the text into English in his Medieval Hymns and Sequences (). Neale revised that translation (c. ); John Mason Neale () Date: Source: Mediæval Hymns, The Book of Hymns #4. The Hymner Containing Translations Of The Hymns From The Sarum Breviary Together With Sundry Sequences & Processions by Palmer, George Herbert, , Catholic Church. Published by Plainsong and Mediæval Music Society in London. Written in English.
The Google online PDF of the book Hymns of the Breviary and Missal says this about the Rev. Neale: Dr. Neale was an eminent hymnologist and a most felicitous translator of Greek and Latin hymns. His translations of Latin hymns appeared in his Mediæval Hymns and Sequences, , and in the Hymnal Noted, and , in which 94 out of the introduction. As a general rule, the first poetical attempts of the Eastern, like those of the Western, Church, were in classical measures. But as classical Greek died out from being a spoken language,—as new trains of thought were familiarized,—as new words were coined,—a versification became valueless, which was attached with no living.
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The great popularity which my translation, however inferior to the original, attained, is evinced by the. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Mediaeval hymns and sequences. [J M Neale] Mediæval hymns and sequences.
London: J. Masters, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: J M Neale. Find more information about: OCLC Number. Title: Mediæval Hymns and Sequences Format: Hardcover Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Febru Publisher: Wentworth Press Language: English.
'It had long been my wish, especially when I had occasion to notice the great favour which God had bestowed on my translations from Mediæval Hymnology, to collect some of my own Hymns and Sequences as a poor little offering to the Great Treasury.
Laid aside in spring last from all active work by a severe and dangerous illness, the wish was. A History of the Holy Eastern Church by John Mason Neale at - the best online ebook storage.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Mediæval Hymns and Sequences / /5(3). Be The Tidings. For Christmas. Words: Lætabundus, A Sequence from the Salisbury Gradual, with notes Erroneously attributed to S.
Bernard of Clairvaux (died ) Compare: Faithful People (Terry, A Medieval Carol Book) Source: John Mason Neale, Mediæval Hymns and Sequences (London: Joseph Masters, ), pp 1. Be the Tidings. "O come, O come, Emmanuel" (Latin: "Veni, veni, Emmanuel") is a Christian hymn for Advent and Christmas.
The text was originally written in is a metrical paraphrase of the O Antiphons, a series of plainchant antiphons attached to the Magnificat at Vespers over the final days before translation by John Mason Neale from Hymns Ancient and Modern is the most prominent Genre: Hymn.
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Hora Novissima "It is the last hour, the time of adversity, let us watch!" Words: Bernard of Cluny, a 12th century Benedictine Monk An excerpt from De Contemptu Mundi, circa Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale Source: Mediæval Hymns and Sequences, Third Edition.
London: Joseph Masters, The Church Hymnal A Collection of Hymns, From the Prayer Book Hymnal, Additional Hymns, Hymns Ancient and Modern, Mediæval Hymns and Sequences by John Mason Neale. Meditations and Devotions of the Late Cardinal Newman by John Henry Newman.
Christmas Carols, New and Old by Henry Ramsden Bramley. THEODULPH (Teschner) Festival Hymns for Organ, Brass, and Tim made sweet hosannas ring. the King and Blessed One. in chorus make reply. before you we present. our melody we raise. O good and gracious King.
John M. Neale's life is a study in contrasts: born into an evangelical home, he had sympathies toward Rome; in perpetual ill health, he. The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States.
Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries. Supplement to The Book of hymns. by None. texts. eye 17 favorite 0 comment 0 Mediæval hymns and sequences. by Neale, J. (John. Author of Good King Wenceslas, A history of the Holy Eastern Church, Essays on liturgiology and church history, The liturgies of SS.
Mark, James, Clement, Chrysostom, and Basil, and the Church of Malabar, Medi℗æval preachers and medi℗æval preaching, A commentary on the Psalms, Hymns of the Eastern Church, Sermons For ChildrenWritten works: A History Of The Holy Eastern Church. The Google online PDF of the book Hymns of the Breviary and Missal says this about the Rev.
Neale: Dr. Neale was an eminent hymnologist and a most felicitous translator of Greek and Latin hymns. His translations of Latin hymns appeared in his Mediæval Hymns and Sequences,and in the Hymnal Noted, andin which 94 out of the.
The sequence for Pentecost (the "Golden Sequence"). It is sung at Mass from Whitsunday until the following Saturday inclusively, and comprises ten stanzas of the form: Veni, Sancte Spiritus, Et emitte coelitus Lucis tuae radium.
Some hymnologists bind two such stanzas into one, doubtless in order to complete the rhythmic scheme for the third line, as in the case of the "Lauda Sion" and the.He was a prolific writer, and after taking holy orders he held the office of Warden of Sackville College, East Grimstead, Sussex.
Best known among his published works are Mediæval Hymns and Sequences, Hymns for Children, Hymns of the Eastern Church and The .This, “one of the first of the Latin mediæval hymns,” has been credited to St.
Hilary. It has also been ascribed to Claudianus Mamertus, who died in But by the majority of authorities it is regarded as the composition of Fortunatus, and ranks next to the Vexilla Regis prodeunt in their estimate.