Cantiones et muteti

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Guido Maria Dreves
Fues, 1895 - Church music
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Page 215 - ... letting the ashes fly about their heads and faces, one against the other. In this equipage they neither sing hymns nor psalms nor masses, but mumble a certain gibberish as shrill and squeaking as a herd of pigs whipped on to market. The nonsense verses they chant are singularly barbarous: Haec est clara dies, clararum clara dierum, Haec est festa dies festarum festa dierum.
Page 214 - Aurum de Arabia, Thus et myrrham de Saba Tulit in ecclesia Virtus asinaria.
Page 153 - Parcito proli, Mors, mihi noli, Tune mihi soli Sola mederis. 8a. Quod crimen, quae scelera Gens commisit effera! Vincla, virgas, vulnera, Sputa, spinas, cetera Sine culpa patitur.
Page 84 - Ce qui frappe dans ces deux poèmes, c'est le paradoxe logique qui situe l'infini dans le fini ; mais il ya aussi le paradoxe moral qui place l'extrême de la grandeur dans l'extrême de l'humiliation. De ce point de vue, le spectacle du Christ incarné...
Page 111 - Veritas, die cara raritas, die rara Caritas, ubi nunc habitas? aut in valle Visionis, aut in throno Pharaonis, aut in alto cum Nerone, aut in antro cum Timone, vel in viscella scirpea cum Moyse plorante, vel in domo Romulea cum bulla fulminante?
Page 157 - Dei propius. 3. Imitaris patris potentiam, Quia solus potens es omnia, Et filium per sapientiam, Qui praeminet omniscientia, Pietatis per affluentiam, Septiformis praeditus gratia, Gerens in te personam tertiam. 4. A potente peto praesidium, Ut infirmum firmet potentia, A prudente verum consilium, Illuminet me cum prudentia, A benigno pium remedium, Indulgeat misericordia Cordis, oris, operis vitium. Die Verse sind von Philipp von Greve. Der normale Zehnsilbner hat Cäsur nach...
Page 82 - Ergo si scis qualitatem tuae sortis, voluptatem carnis quare sequeris? memento te moriturum et post mortem id messurum quod hie seminaveris. Terram teris, terram geris, et in terram reverteris qui de terra sumeris. cerne quid es et quid eris, modo flos es, et verteris in favillam cineris.
Page 17 - Virgo, tibi respondeo, Tibi cui totum debeo Meorum decus palmitum: De tuo flore fulgeo, De tuo fructu gaudeo, Redditura depositum. Dulce pondus sustineo, Dulcem fructum possideo 45 MundO; non tibi, genitum.
Page 101 - Addo, quod nullo pulvere Quem immittam pollueris, Nullum malum te laedere Potest, nisi consenseris. De corde mala prodeunt, Nihil invitum pateris, Virtutes non intereunt, Nisi culpam commiseris.
Page 144 - If then you have set your mind On the grace of giving, This of first importance is, He who now your debtor is, Can he be regarded as Worthily receiving? 189 Dare, non ut convenit, non est a virtute, bonum est secundum quid, sed non absolute ; digne dare poteris et mereri tute famam muneris si me prius noveris intus et in cute 3 Giving otherwise is but Virtue by repute, Naught but relatively good, Not the absolute. But would you be generous With security, Have your glory on account, Value full with...

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