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The Latin Hymns Of The Anglo-Saxon Church With An Interlinear Anglo-Saxon Gloss by Joseph Stevenson

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Religious - Hymns,
  • Music

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10578576M
ISBN 100548348308
ISBN 109780548348307

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  This book provides a study and critical edition of the corpus of hymns sung by monks and canons in their services in England before the Norman Conquest. When Christianity was introduced into Anglo-Saxon England at the end of the sixth century, the practice of singing hymns in the liturgy of the Office was already well established.4/5(1). The Ambrosian hymns are a collection of early hymns of the Latin rite, whose core of four hymns were by Ambrose of Milan in the 4th century.. The hymns of this core were enriched with other eleven to form the Old Hymnal, which spread from the Ambrosian Rite of Milan throughout Lombard Italy, Visigothic Spain, Anglo-Saxon England and the Frankish Empire during the early medieval period (6th to. Transl. out of Latin into English by John Marquess of Bute, K. T. Edinb. and Lond. , 2 vols. The best translations of the hymns scattered through this book are by the ex-Anglicans Caswall and Cardinal Newman. The Marquess of Bute is himself a convert to Rome from the Church of England. D. F. Morgan: Hymns and other Poetry of the Latin Church. Hymns. Here are entered general collections of hymns, with qualification, when appropriate, by language, e.g. Hymns, English. For collections of hymns of an individual Christian denomination an additional subject entry is made under the heading for the denomination with subdivision Hymns, e.g. Catholic Church -- Hymns.. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.