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Pange lingua gloriosi prœlium certaminis. Et super crucis tropæo dic triumphum nobilem, Qualiter Redemptor orbis immolatus vicerit. The stanza is thus seen to. Pange lingua gloriosi Corporis mysterium, Sanguinisque pretiosi, Quem in mundi pretium Fructus ventris generosi, Rex effudit gentium. Nobis datus, nobis natus. This office is the source of the famous Eucharistic hymns Pange Lingua Gloriosi and Tantum Ergo Sacramentum (the final two verses of the.
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Pange Lingua Gloriosi Corporis Mysterium
There are two plainchant settings of the Pange lingua hymn. The better known is a Phrygian mode tune from the Roman liturgy, and the other is from the Mozarabic liturgy pange lingua gloriosi Spain.
The Roman tune was originally part of the Gallican Rite. The Roman version of the Pange lingua hymn was the basis for a famous composition by Renaissance composer Josquin des Prezthe Missa Pange lingua. An elaborate fantasy on the hymn, the Mass is one pange lingua gloriosi the composer's last works and has been dated to the period from tosince it was not included by Petrucci in his collection of Josquin's Masses, and was published posthumously.
In its simplification, motivic unity, and close attention to the text it has been compared to the late works of Beethoven, and many commentators consider it one of the high points of Renaissance pange lingua gloriosi.
Juan de Urredea Pange lingua gloriosi composer active in Spain in the late fifteenth century, composed numerous settings of the Pange lingua, most of them based on the original Mozarabic melody.
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One of his versions for four voices is among the most popular pieces of the sixteenth century, and was the pange lingua gloriosi for dozens of keyboard works in addition to Masses, many by Spanish composers. Pusey'sthat of the Leeds book, and Mr. Word made Flesh, by Word He maketh very bread his flesh to be; Man in wine Christ's Blood partaketh, And if senses fail to see, Faith alone the true heart waketh To behold the mystery.
The present writer rendered the stanza in the "Amer. Review" March, as follows: Neale's version is given in the Marquess of Bute's "Roman Breviary ". The Anglican hymnal, "Hymns Ancient and Modern", declares its version "based on tr.
Caswall "; but, as Julian points pange lingua gloriosi, most of it is based on Neale, four of whose stanzas it rewrites, while a fifth is rewritten from Caswall i. The arrangement found in the Anglican hymnal is taken bodily into the Baltimore "Manual of Prayers"—a rather infelicitous procedure, as the fourth stanza is not faithful to the original Neale, "Medieval Hymns and Sequences," The Vatican edition of the Graduale gives its plain-song melody in two forms, both of great beauty.
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