Sadly the many Proper Hymns written in honour of St. James are not used in the Roman Office. Below can be found a small selection of the Hymns used in former times.
HYMN : TE NOSTRA LÆTIS LAUDIBUS
Matins and Lauds Hymn for St. James the Apostle
HYMN : EXSULTET CÆLUM LAUDIBUS
Hymn for St. James the Apostle, from the Brev. Pragense
‘Three saints,’ said our Lord to St. Bridget of Sweden, ‘have been more pleasing to me than all others: Mary my mother, John the Baptist, and Mary Magdalen.’
Many Liturgical Pieces have been written in praise of St. Mary Magdalen, these include several sequences and numerous Office Hymns. A small selection of these can be found below.
HYMN : CAELESTIS AULAE PRINCIPI
Ambrosian Vespers Hymn
HYMN : PATER SUPERNI LUMINIS
Monastic Vespers Hymn
HYMN : ÆTERNI PATRIS UNICE
Monastic Lauds Hymn
HYMN : LAUDA MATER ECCLESIA
Dominican Vespers Hymn
HYMN : JESU CHRISTE, AUCTOR VITAE
HYMN : VOTIVA CUNCTIS ORBITA
In England after High Mass on Sunday the following is chanted for the Queen,
Music from Plainsong for Schools and Graduale Romanum, English Benedictine supplement.
Note, this prayer has also been used in various other places for other ruling monarchs.
The feast is found only in the special calendar of some diocese and religious orders, and is celebrated with proper Mass and Office either on the third Sunday of July or on 23 October.
Vespers Hymn: Conditor alma siderum
Lauds Hymn: Salutis humanae Sator
See Liber Usualis pg. 852 Verses 1,2,4 with doxology Qui natus…
From Liber Antiphonale, 1912