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  • Tetaur
    Nov 05,  · The Roman Breviary assigns the "Te lucis" daily throughout the year, except from Holy Thursday (Te Lucis Ante Terminum, p. 2) to the Friday after Easter, inclusively. Merati, in his notes on Galvanus's Thesaurus, says that it has always held without variation, this place in the Roman Church.
  • Doutaxe
    Vespera Lyrics: Te lucis ante terminum / Rerum creator poscimus / Ut solita clementia / Sis praesul ad custodium / Before the ending of the day / Creator of the world we pray / That with thy.
  • Akinok
    Te lucis ante terminum. Contents. Te lucis ante terminum. Before the End of Light. Hymni. An old and venerable Ambrosian hymn from the 7th century for the close of day at Compline. This version is the one found in the Monastic Breviary and the Roman Breviary.
  • Tojazshura
    Te lucis ante terminum, Rerum Creator, poscimus, Ut pro tua clementia, Sis praesul et custodia. Procul recedant somnia, Et noctium phantasmata: Hostemque nostrum comprime, Ne polluantur corpora. Praesta, Pater piissime, Patrique compar Unice, Cum Spiritu .
  • Gardak
    Te lucis ante terminum est hymnus Christianus saeculi VII qui in completorio, ultimo divino officio Ecclesiae Romanae Catholicae, canitur.. Primum hymni exemplar anno metri gratiae adaptatum est. Anno prima versio restituta est, sed in locum strophae mediae duae aliae substitutae sunt.
  • Shakami
    versuri vespera – aled jones: te lucis ante terminum rerum creator poscimus ut solita clementia sis praesul ad custodiam before the ending of the day creator of the world we pray that with thy wonted favour thou would be our guard and keeper now keep me as the apple of an eye hide me under the shadow of thy wings.
  • Kegrel
    This setting of Te Lucis Ante Terminum is sung at Compline on ordinary Sundays and days of minor feasts which do not have another setting specified in the Proper. Mode 4 - Solemn Feasts This setting of Te Lucis Ante Terminum is sung on Solemn Feasts which .
  • Nikor
    The Text of “Te Lucis Ante Terminum” has frequently been set to music. The earliest is the Plainsong version found in The Liber Usualis (used as the opening of Benjamin Britten's Curlew River); another, from The Sarum Rite, is much used in England. Thomas Tallis composed a memorable Setting of the Text, among many sureafdiotansamecorfelandtapmena.coinfo: Zephyrinus.
  • Faekree
    Te Lucis Ante Terminum, the hymn at Compline in the Roman sureafdiotansamecorfelandtapmena.coinfo authorship of St. Ambrose, for which Pimont contends, is not admitted by the Benedictine editors or by Biraghi. The hymn is found in a hymnary in Irish script (described by Blume in his “Cursus”, etc.) of the eighth or early ninth century; but the classical prosody of its two stanzas (solita in the third line of the.

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