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Marcel Dupré: ANTIPHON III - I am black but comely, O Ye Daughters of Jerusalem

Antiphon 4, "Lo, the winter is past," is a steady flow of joy at the emergence of a verdant springtime. Bright arpeggios of rich harmonies sixth and eleventh chords create a free interchange of modes speeding by. Antiphon 5, "How fair and pleasant art thou" has a pleasant pastoral feeling as its lines ascend and descend in large arches roughly ten measures at an Andante moderato tempo. Ave Maris Stella 1, "When the salutation Gabriel had spoken" is a canon, in steady quarter and half notes, between the soprano upper manual and the bass pedals.

Ave Maris Stella 2, "Jesus' tender Mother, make Thy supplication" employs the chorale tune in the middle voice. The treble moves in minor sevenths and thirds to create not an "eerie" or "dreamy" texture but a strange kind of nostalgic atmosphere. Ave Maris Stella 3, "So now as we journey" surrounds the chorale tune with Bachian figures. The progression avoids traditional modulations; a harmony is often shifted a half-beat or so away from the same implied chord in another voice creating an interesting kind of Baroque-inflected modernism.

Ave Maris Stella 4, "Amen" opens with a fortississimo Animato patter that creates a powerful tension in D minor. The antiphon then enters in an earth-shaking bass. Eventually the treble pattern is simplified to C sharp, D, F, A and a final ascent ends in a pianissimo D minor chord. Alexandre Guilmant ….. Hymns, , Come, we that love the Lord……. William Byrd Psalm George Frideric Handel Motet at the Foot Washing, Ubi caritas……. At the Offertory, If ye love me……. Hymn , Now, my tongue, the mystery telling …….

Hymn , Were you there when they crucified my Lord? King John of Portugal d. John Henry Maunder Hymn , Jesus Christ is risen today……. Gerre Hancock Missa Resurrectionis …..

Fifteen pieces for organ founded on antiphons : opus 18 = (Vêpres du commun)

Agnus Dei ……………… At the Communion ….. Anthem, Cantique de Jean Racine……. The Combined Choirs of Grace Church. Joseph Noyon Arr. Robert Powell Fraction Anthem, S……. David Hurd Communion Motet, This is the day……. Hymn , Come, ye faithful, raise the strain……. Prelude, Carillon de Westminster……. At the Procession Hymn , Jesus Christ is risen today……. Joseph Noyon arr. Horatio Parker Hymn , He is risen, he is risen! Good Christians all, rejoice and sing! Processional Hymn , The day of resurrection! Offertory Anthem, Haec Dies …….


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Communion Motet, This is the day……. I am the bread of life ….. Anthem, The Heavens are telling……. Ludwig van Beethoven Offertory, For the beauty of the earth……. Hymns, , He is risen! George Frideric Handel ….. Since by man came death ….. Richard Ayleward Psalm Prelude, Concerto in B-flat Major, Op. Hymns , Come, ye faithful, raise the strain……. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Communion, Ego sum panis vivus……. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Hymns , Welcome, happy morning……. Anthem, Sing, my soul, his wondrous love……. Ludwig van Beethoven Postlude, Fanfare in D …….

Hymns , Praise my soul, the King of heaven……. Gloria in excelsis S……. Offertory, O how amiable are thy dwellings……. Prelude, Fantasy in c moll, BWV ……. Johann Sebastian Bach Vater unser in Himmelreich……. George Frideric Handel — Anthem, How lovely is thy dwelling place……. Prelude, Toccata in e……. Johann Pachelbel ….. Ciacona in e, BuxWV …….

Hymns , Crown him with many crowns……. Prelude, Passacaglia in d-moll, BuxWV ……. Hymns , Praise the Spirit in creation……. Offertory Anthem, Greater Love hath no man……. John Ireland Anthem, Justorum animae……. Prelude, Voluntary in C……. Hymns , Holy God, we praise thy Name……. Harold Friedell Communion, If ye love me……. Hymns , Praise to the Lord, the Almighty……. What a cloud of witnesses……. Offertory Anthem, I was glad……. Parry Communion Anthems, Listen, sweet dove……. Anglican Chant Monk Benedictus es, Domine…….. Prelude, Canzona in d-moll, BWV ……. Anglican Chant Monk Benedictus es, Domine…….

Prelude, Sonata II, Op. Prelude, Sonata I, Op. Cecilia Mass ……… Charles Gounod Music at Grace Church in New York. William Mathias Psalm Harold Friedell Invitatory: Stanley Hymns , O worship the King……. Stanley Hymns , Holy God we praise thy Name…….. Henry Purcell Invitatory: Thomas Attwood Psalm John Stainer Invitatory: Stanley Hymns Rejoice, ye pure in heart!

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Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Invitatory: Stanley Hymns Praise to the living God! Healey Willan Psalm Stanley Hymns , O what their joy……. Because of truth, and meekness, and righteousness. Therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness.

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May the Spirit's fire Divine in our hearts enkindled shine. Reading 6 Blessed art thou, and thrice blessed, whom God hath so blessed as to make thee to bring forth, as His own gift, the babe Mary, whose very name is highly honourable, out of whom Christ, the Flower of life, blossomed a maiden whose rising is glorious, and whose delivery is worth more than the world. We also, O woman most blessed, do wish thee joy. In sooth thou hast brought forth what we have all hoped for, and God hath given us, namely, the babe of promise. Blessed indeed art thou, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb. The tongues of all the godly do magnify thine offspring, and every glad word is spoken concerning her of whom thou art delivered.

Meet in truth is it, and most meet to praise her who received a revelation from the goodness of God, and bore for us such and so great a fruit, from whom sweet Jesus sprang. Give her of the fruit of her hands, and let her own works praise her in the gates. A woman that feareth God she shall be praised. Psalmus 95 [7] Psalm 95 [7] I am black but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem; therefore hath the King loved me, and brought me into His chamber.

Psalmus 96 [8] Psalm 96 [8] Draw me after thee we will run after the savour of thy good ointments, thy name is as oil poured forth. Psalmus 97 [9] Psalm 97 [9] Come, Bride of Christ, and take the everlasting crown, which the Lord hath prepared for thee. God hath chosen her, and fore-chosen her. He hath made her to dwell in His Tabernacle.

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May the Almighty and merciful Lord loose us from the bonds of our sins. May the Gospel's holy lection be our safety and protection. Homily by Pope St Gregory the Great 11th on the Gospels Dearly beloved brethren, the kingdom of heaven is likened unto the things of earth, to the end that by the mean of things which we know, our mind may rise to the contemplation of the things which we know not by the example of things which are seen, may fix her gaze on things which are not seen by the touch of things which she useth, may be warmed towards the things which she useth not; by things which she knoweth and loveth, to love also the things which she knoweth not.

For, behold, "the kingdom of heaven is likened unto treasure hid in a field, the which when a man hath found, he hideth, and, for joy thereof, goeth and selleth all that he hath and buyeth that field. She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the law of kindness. She tasteth and perceiveth that her merchandise is good. Her candle goeth not out by night.


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  8. And she eateth not the bread of idleness. She whose feast-day we are keeping, be our Advocate with God. Amen Reading 8 And herein we must remark that the treasure, when once it hath been found, is hidden to keep it safe. He who keepeth not hidden from the praises of men his eager striving heavenwards, doth not enough to keep the same safe from the attacks of evil spirits.

    In this life we are, as it were, on the way home, and the road is beset by evil spirits, as it were, by highwaymen. He, therefore, inviteth robbery who carrieth his treasure glaringly. This I say, not that our neighbour should not see our good works since it is written: Let the outward work agree with the inward thought, that by our good works we may give an example to our neighbour, and still, by our intention, directed only to the pleasing God, we may also have liefer that our works were secret.

    My heart is overflowing with a good matter I speak of my works unto the King. Whom, having seen, I loved Whom, having believed, I longed after. May He that is the Angels' King to that high realm His people bring. Reading 9 The treasure is the desire for heaven, the field wherein it is hidden is the earnest observance wherewith this desire is surrounded. Whosoever turneth his back upon the enjoyments of the flesh, and by earnest striving heavenward, putteth all earthly lusts under the feet of discipline, so that he smileth back no more when the flesh smileth at him, and shuddereth no more at anything that can only kill the body whosoever doth thus, hath sold all that he had, and bought that field.


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