Feria V. in Cena Domini Ad Laudes

For today’s recording, thanks to N. who helped with the singing.

 
AR 10
AR 145
AR 432

However, we were actually singing from:

LU 652

Note: for today and the next two days, there are a very few places where the Liber Usualis gives a different placement for the asterisk * and dagger + in the psalms than the Antiphonale does. My guess is that this may due to taking the asterisks strictly from the breviary, but I have not investigated this hypothesis. At any rate, the complete chants for the triduum (including Matins) were promulgated at a later date the Antiphonale, so either the paradigm changed in the interval, or there was simply some sort of oversight.

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

For a different way to access the recording above, click HERE.

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