Lauda Sion, or the liturgical hymns of the church

lectures delivered in 1896 under the auspices of the Church Club of New York
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E. & J.B. Young & Co. , New York
English Hymns, History and criticism, Translations from Latin, Hymns, Catholic Church, Latin
Other titlesBenson collection of hymnals and hymnology
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[Holy Communion.]This is one of or the liturgical hymns of the church book four Sequences which are alone retained in the revised Roman Missal,and later seems to have been written about for the Mass of the festival of Corpus Christi. * * PDF Download • “Lauda Sion” () In my view, this book is not very useful—in terms of compositional quality—but is interesting to those of us who never stop learning about what actually happened “back in the day.” From I can tell, very little information about J.

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Peters (, Hardcover) at the. As a fruit of the saint’s efforts some of his most beautiful compositions were gifted to the Church’s liturgical treasury.

To enlist the important ones: Lauda Sion Salvatorem (Sion lift thy voice and sing), Pane lingua (sing tongue, the mystery of the glorious body), Sacris Solemnis (Sacred Solemnity), O Salutaris Hostia (O Saving Victim.

This hymn is a masterly meditation on the Church's doctrine of the Holy Eucharist. It is sung here according to the music in the Dominican chant books and.

Abstract. Peters, J.P. The PsalterHall, A.C.A. The hymns of the eucharistWhite, J.H. The hymns of the daily officesPotter, H.C. The hymns of the ordinal Author: Church Club of New York. Hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas of Christ the Savior Its now pass half the year in sharing of the Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs that I encountered among Christians sinceand that has influenced me and those I've known.

There are thousands of songs and poems, hymns and psalms, which I have not. After the medieval sequence cull of the Council of Trent, St. Thomas’s sequence, the Lauda Sion, the sequence for Corpus Christi remained. The Holy Trinity sequence along with the sequence Laetabundi iubilemus was lost to the ecclesiastical history books.

Tom quotes Dom Gueranger from ‘The Liturgical Year’:. Lauda Sion: or, the liturgical hymns of the church. (New York: E. & J.B. Young, ), by Church Club of New York (page images at HathiTrust) Hymns historically famous, (Chicago, Advance publishing company, ), by Nicholas Smith (page images at HathiTrust).

Lauda Sion is one of only four medieval sequences which were preserved in the Roman Missal published in following the Council of Trent (–)—the others being Victimae paschali laudes (Easter), Veni Sancte Spiritus (Pentecost), and Dies irae (requiem masses).

(A fifth, Stabat Mater, would later be added in ). Lauda Sion  is one of only five medieval Sequences which were preserved in the  Missale Romanum  published in following the  Council of Trent  (–63).

Before Trent many feasts had their own sequences. It is still sung today, though its use is optional in the post- Vatican II   Ordinary form. The "Lauda Sion" is one of the five sequences (out of the thousand which have come down to us from the Middle Ages) still retained in the Roman Missal. Each of the five has its own special beauty; but the "Lauda Sion" is peculiar in its combination of rhythmic flow, dogmatic precision, phraseal condensation.

Sion Lift Thy Voice and Sing St. Thomas Aquinas (Sequence for the Mass of Corpus Christi) Sion, lift thy voice and sing: Praise thy Savior and thy King; Praise with hymns thy Shepherd true: Dare thy most to praise Him well; For He doth all praise excel.

Lauda Sion Salvatorem is a sequence prescribed for the Roman Catholic Mass of The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.

It was written by St. Thomas Aquinas aroundat the request of Pope Urban IV for the new Mass of this Feast, along with Pange lingua, Sacris solemniis, Adoro te devote, and Verbum supernum prodiens, which.

Missa Lauda Sion: Agnus Dei Sicut cervus Adoramus te Christe Missa Aeterna Christi munera: Kyrie, Gloria and Agnus Dei Lauda Sion Perkins Psalm 30 (Good Friday) Psalm (Pentecost) Psalm (St John the Baptist) Psalm 89 (23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time) Psalm (Christ the King) He is the image of the unseen God Psalm 50 (1st Sunday of Lent).

Liturgical Calendars «Back to Liturgical Calendars. Of the Octave (Corpus Christi) SEQUENCE. Lauda Sion Salvatorem. Laud, O Sion, thy Salvation, Laud with hymns of exaltation Christ, thy King and Shepherd true: Spend thyself, his honour raising, Who surpasseth all thy praising; Never canst thou reach his due.

Sing to-day, the mystery shewing.

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LAUDA SION SALVATOREM The opening words of a sequence composed c. by St. thomas aquinas for the Mass of corpus et sanguinis christi. It is one of the four great hymns on the Holy Eucharist by the Angelic Doctor, the others being pange lingua gloriosi, sacris solemniis, and verbum supernum prodiens.

Liturgical Calendars «Back to Liturgical Calendars. Corpus Christi. SEQUENCE. Lauda Sion Salvatorem. Laud, O Sion, thy Salvation, Laud with hymns of exaltation Christ, thy King and Shepherd true: Spend thyself, his honour raising, Who surpasseth all thy praising; Never canst thou reach his due.

Sing to-day, the mystery shewing. " Praise, 0 Sion, thy Saviour, praise thy Leader and thy Shepherd in hymns and canticles. As much as thou canst, so much darest thou, for He is above all praise, nor art thou able to praise Him enough." Sion: the faithful, the Church, see Glossary.

Major: Benedicentes Dominum, exaltate ilium quantum potestis: major enim est omni laude. LAUDA, SION, SALVATOREM ALLES IST AN GOTTES SEGEN ALLES 1ST AN GOTTES SEGEN is a splendid tune that matches Gaunt's text well, giving it a lot of lift.

Sing it in unison on stanzas 1 and 3 and in harmony on stanza 2. Use a cheerful trumpet stop, and keep the articulation crisp on repeating tones. This is one of the five beautiful hymns Aquinas composed in honor of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

In addition to Lauda Sion, St. Thomas wrote Adoro Te Devote, Pange Lingua, Sacris Sollemnis and Verbum Supernum. Lauda Sion is the Sequence before the Gospel on Corpus Christi.

The last two verses comprise the well known Bone pastor, panis vere. Other Liturgical Books.

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The Monastic Diurnal (St. Michael's The date of the session is Jand I hope you can make it. It will be part of a larger event: "Lauda Sion: Catholic Liturgy in a Time of Reform." Sacred Music, and author of Sing Like a Catholic), Fr.

Robert J. Johansen (St. Stanislaus Catholic Church), and Fr. David. The "Tantum ergo" was originally Aquinas's hymn for vespers on the Feast of Corpus Christi. The Hymnal includes both the "Lauda Sion" (Hymn ) and the "Tantum ergo" (Hymn ; Hymns /, stanzas ), but with Aquinas's original references to transubstantiation omitted.

1. For the Pope and the Church, 2. For Peace, 3. To implore the Divine Mercy, — 4. For the Dead a. Chant for the obsequies, b. Chants for the Dead, — 5. Te Deum laudamus a. Roman Chant, b. Roman Chant abridged, ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE PSALMS, HYMNS AND CANTICLES.

Pages: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ [Corpus Christi] (A) Liturgical Music Official texts. Entrance Antiphon [Introit]: Lauda Sion Salvatorem [Graduale Romanum, p] The Liturgical Press CHB = The Catholic Hymn Book [London Oratory], Gracewing Publishers EH = The Hymnal (Episcopal), used by many Anglican Use.