Resources for Easter week, newly typeset versions coming soon!
Processional Hymn for Easter (Fortunates c. AD 567)
Ancient Easter Hymn, Fulbert of Chartres, (ca. 960-1028)
Hymn for the Mozarabic and Ambrosian Offices for Lauds and Vespers on Easter Sunday. The melody of this hymn is the one to which the Veni Creator Spiritus, written several centuries later, has always been sung.
Adam of St. Victor, Sequence for Low Sunday,
Monastic Easter Hymn
Lessons for Tenebrae set to the Common tone,
Lessons set in another of the three suggested Tones can be found here,
These lessons have been set thanks to the brilliant programme found here,
and the texts found here, http://www.fidelitybooks.com.au/Hugh/
Congregational Propers Booklet pre-55, Holy Saturday 52
Congregational Propers Booklet 1962, Holy Saturday 62
Resources for Tenebrae can be found here, http://www.fidelitybooks.com.au/Hugh/
Maundy Thursday Congregational Propers Booklet
A Selection of Chants,
Vexila Regis, Processional Hymn (Original text)
Salve Crux, Office Hymn for the Feast of the Holy Cross, suggested in the Antiphonal 1949 as suitable for use in Passiontide.
Crux Fidelis, This Hymn provides the basis of the other Office Hymns for Passiontide, Also used in the Good Friday Liturgy. (Original text)
Rex Christe Factor Omnium, Office Hymn from the ancient Roman-French missals.
Other chants can be found here, Passion Sunday
The Feast of the Most Holy Winding-Sheet
Feria VI post Dom. II Quadragesima (Friday after the Second Sunday of Lent)
Gloriam sacrae celebremus omnes, Vespers Hymn
Mysterium mirabile, Matin Hymn
Jesu Dulcis amor meus, Lauds Hymn
From the Roman Antiphonal 1912, Pro alia. locis
Feria VI post Dom. I. Quadragesimae (1st Sunday of Lent)
Quaenam lingua tibi, Vespers Hymn
Salvete Clavi et Lancea, Matins / Lauds Hymn (see text)