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New Book of Old Hymns
New Book of Old Hymns | Veronica Brandt
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A collection of hymns focusing on chant, including a litany, rounds, antiphons, carols, for all seasons of the Church's year, plus Ordinaries of the Mass, Benediction and some English hymns. Chant is newly typeset, not photocopied. English translations accompany each Latin hymn. Indexed for easy reference.This Fourth Edition updates the Prayer for the Pope with a new illustration of Pope Francis as well as lots of little improvements including the addition of a popular setting of Christus Vincit. ContentsOremus pro Pontifice nostro / Prayer for our PopeAdventConditor alme siderum / Bright builder of the heav'nly poles, Veni, O Sapientia / O come, Thou Wisdom from on high (better known as O come, O come Emmanuel) in two part harmonyRorate caeli / Drop down dew, ye heavens, from above ChristmasGaudete / Rejoice (4 parts: SATB) Adeste, fideles / O come all ye faithfulPuer natus / A boy is born in BethlehemHoly Name Jesu dulcis memoria / Jesus, the very thought of Thee Non nobis, Domine / Not unto us, Lord (a round) Laudate nomen Domini / Praise the name of the Lord (a round)CandlemasLumen ad revelationem gentium / A light of revelation to the gentilesLentAttende Domine / Hear, O LordParce Domine / Spare, LordPassiontide Gloria, laus / All glory, laud and honour Vexilla Regis / Abroad the regal banners fly O Sacred Head sore wounded (just English) Ubi caritas / Where love is true Pange lingua / Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's gloryStabat Mater / At the Cross her station keepingCrux fidelis / Faithful cross (with Pange Lingua, gloriosi Lauream / Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle)Easter Haec dies / This is the day that the Lord hath madeJubilate Deo / Rejoice in God (a round by Praetorius) O filii et filiae / O sons and daughters Alleluia from Lauds of Easter Saturday Victimae paschali laudes / To the Paschal Victim and Bring, all ye dear-bought nations Salve festa dies / Hail festal day PentecostVeni Sancte Spiritus / Holy Spirit, Lord of light Veni Creator / Come Holy GhostCorpus ChristiAdoro te devote / Godhead here in hiding Soul of my Saviour / Anima Christi (text only) Sacris solemniis / To the sacred feast Sweet Sacrament (English only) Ave verum / Hail to Thee, true Body Sacred HeartTo Jesus' Heart (English only)Cor Jesu Sacratissimum / Most Sacred Heart of JesusPrecious BloodGlory be to Jesus (English only)Christ the King Christus vincit / Christ conquers (chant version from Percy Jones' Pius X Hymnbook plus a simple 4 part chorus) Thee, O Christ (English only) All Saints Iste Confessor / This is the day Corda pia inflammantur / Godly hearts are inflamed (hymn in honour of St Francis) All Souls Dies irae / That day of wrath Requiem aeternam / Eternal restMarian Ave Maria / Hail Mary Ave Maria / Hail Mary (a round) Sub tuum praesidiumMarian Antiphons - simple roman toneStella Splendens / Bright star on the mountain (2 parts) Litany of Loreto Ave maris stella / Ave, star of ocean Virgo Dei Genitrix / Virgin Mother of God For PeaceDona nobis pacem / Grant us peace (a round)Da pacem Domine / Give peace (chant and a round)Plus the Te Deum (simple Roman), Missa Orbis Factor, Credo 1 and Benediction
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DebbieGrillo
New Book of Old Hymns | Veronica Brandt
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1. Old hymns. They make me emotional but I feel guilty sometimes because many of them carry messages opposite to my core beliefs.
2. Summer with autumn a close second. #teachersoflitsy
3. I'm a super eclectic reader, but YA. I teach 11th grade English.
4. First day at school without students. Hoping I can talk my colleagues into going out. If not, home for leftovers.
5. Will do!
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lahousewyfe So there with you on those old hymns. I grew up with them and even have a CD of my uncles singing them. Those melodies are so sweet, but the words...oh my goodness. Amazing Grace always makes me cringe! 1mo
Crazeedi Old hymns yes yes yes. Wish I had thought of that, I sing them all the time 1mo
RestlessFickleBookHoarder 3. I'm curious to know what books are on your 11th grade curriculum. 1mo
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DebbieGrillo @RestlessFickleBookHoarder there are no specific required books on our curriculum. Our curriculum in New Brunswick is quite Progressive and it focuses on skills and literacy rather than literature. This year I Read To Kill a Mockingbird with my 11th graders. Next year I am considering The Marrow Thieves or The 57 Bus. TKAM is comfortable for me but they don't love it. I will also do Macbeth. 1mo
Hoopiefoot Right there with you on old hymns. Grew up in the church & my first job was a church pianist. I‘m not religious any more but they‘re ingrained in me like nothing else. Often find them popping into my head on long hikes & runs. 1mo
RestlessFickleBookHoarder I wish our district didn't have required books. Actually ours has a list teachers can choose from so I guess that's better than nothing. TKAM is a 9th grade book here, but in my not and English teacher opinion there are better options than that. 1mo
RvnclawWhovian Omg old hymns!! My grandma used to play a record all the time, can‘t remember the name of it now though 1mo
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