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Salve Scema Sanctiatis / Salve Salus Servulorum / Cantant Celi Agmina - Various - Ars Subtilior (Daw

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  • Mar 24,  · This hymn forms part III of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Hands of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux, although more recently it has been attributed to Arnulph of Leuven. III. Ad Manus Salve, salve Iesu bone, Fatigatus in agone, Qui per lignum es.
  • SALVE MATER MISERICORDIAE Hail, Mother of mercy, Mother of God and Mother of pardon, Mother of hope and Mother of grace, Mother, full of holy gladness. O Mary! Hail, honor of the human race. Hail most worthy Virgin, because thou overcomest all virgins and art seated of in highest honor. O Mary!
  • SALVE REGINA (Simple Tone) & Source: Parish Book of Chant CMAA folkmetal.bradarrockseekersilvergrove.infoinfo!"!! "#$!%&'()#!*++,!+-!.#&/0.
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  • John Dunstable (c. - ) Biography Short biography from hnh website. Short biography from a Vanderbilt University music history course website. Short biography from HOASM website. Short biography from Wars of the Roses website [with two mp3 audiofile samples]. Information from Steven V. Estrella's website. Musical Works (Sacred) Veni Sancte-Veni Creator Spiritus: a musical "gloss" by.
  • Ambrosian Prefaces for Advent - Part 3 Gregory DiPippo Before the construction of the current cathedral, which began in the late 14th century, the city of Milan had two cathedrals, on opposite sides of what is now the great Piazza del Duomo. the Ambrosian Rite occasionally has two different Masses assigned to the same day, one to be said in.
  • The text of this chant, Salve sancta parens (Hail, Holy Mother), relates to Mary, who in medieval times was the object of much veneration throughout the church in Europe. This text was not necessarily used only for specific feast days or occasions in the church, though it most certainly was sung on holy days such as the Feast of the Assumption.
  • Salve Mater misericordiae, Mater Dei, et mater veniae, Mater spei et mater gratiae, Mater plena sanctae laetitiae. O Maria! 1. Salve decus humani generis, Salve Vırgo dıgnior ceteris, Quae vırgines omnes transgrederis, et altius sedes in superis, O Maria! Salve Mater 2. Salve felix Vırgo puerpera, Nam qui sedet in Patris dextera.

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