A SOLIS ORTUS CARDINE PDF

The abecedarius recounts in 23 quatrains of iambic dimeter the nativity, miracles and passion of Christ. With the other Latin texts of Sedulius, it enjoyed wide circulation in the church and in schools from late antiquity and medieval times until the end of the seventeenth century. They write of the striking contrast between the grandeur and omnipotence of the Word of God the second person in the Trinity and the vulnerable humanity of the child in whom the Word became flesh. In Palestrina set the odd verses A,C,E,G in Hymni totius anni secundum Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae consuetudinem, necnon hymni religionum, a collection of hymns composed for the Vatican ; liturgical practice was for the even verses to be sung in Gregorian plainchant. A four-part setting of A solis ortus cardine, with the plainchant in the tenor, is annotated at the bottom of two pages from an early sixteenth century collection of madrigals and hymns in the Royal Library of Henry VIII MS Royal Appendix

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The abecedarius recounts in 23 quatrains of iambic dimeter the nativity, miracles and passion of Christ. With the other Latin texts of Sedulius, it enjoyed wide circulation in the church and in schools from late antiquity and medieval times until the end of the seventeenth century. They write of the striking contrast between the grandeur and omnipotence of the Word of God the second person in the Trinity and the vulnerable humanity of the child in whom the Word became flesh.

In Palestrina set the odd verses A,C,E,G in Hymni totius anni secundum Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae consuetudinem, necnon hymni religionum, a collection of hymns composed for the Vatican ; liturgical practice was for the even verses to be sung in Gregorian plainchant. A four-part setting of A solis ortus cardine, with the plainchant in the tenor, is annotated at the bottom of two pages from an early sixteenth century collection of madrigals and hymns in the Royal Library of Henry VIII MS Royal Appendix In early Tudor England, the Latin hymn was sung in three parts as a faburden with two voices added, one above and one below the plainchant.

Polyphony of this kind became less common during the reign of Edward VI , when the English Reformation resulted in choirs being disbanded and organs dismantled. It was also set by Bach in his chorale cantata Christum wir sollen loben schon and his chorale prelude BWV These verses narrate the story of Herod the Great and the Three Kings , along with the Baptism of Christ and the miracle at the wedding at Cana. The German-language Book of Hours also gives a translation of the verses 1, 2, 6 and 7 by Sedulius, plus a doxology, as "Vom hellen Tor der Sonnenbahn".

In the Catholic Liturgy of the Hours , the eight verse A solis ortus cardine and the five verse Hostis Herodes impie appear in the Latin original. Their early-church melody dates to the 5th century, beginning in the Dorian mode and ending in the Phrygian mode. An almost syllabic version is in use in the modern Catholic liturgy.

Text[ edit ] Below is the text of A solis ortus cardine with the eleven verses translated into English by John Mason Neale in the nineteenth century. A solis ortus cardine.

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The portion of the original poem is also the basis of an Epiphany hymn, Hostis Herodis Impie , and a hymn to the Holy Innocents. See: Paean Alphabeticus de Christo with notes. Also found in J. Hopkins, ed. Notes from Rev. Matthew Britt, O. Author: Sedulius, 5th cent.

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