A (Forum) Board Game - Name that Chant
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    MarkS--

    ST PATRICK (a.k.a. ST PATRICK'S BREASTPLATE)
    "I bind unto myself today"
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  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    C B A G F E A A G
  • francisfrancis
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    Mark

    Number three is one of my most favorite hymns of all time... so sorry... i missed the E pickup... you guessed it!

    The second one is a tune by Schop... another of my favs.

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  • I'm not very good at this part, but I think I know (a Christmas) one!

    CBAGFEDC
  • Joy to the World
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  • francisfrancis
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    Someone should write this counterpart

    Up through the clouds the Lord ascends.

    CDEFGABC
  • JulieCollJulieColl
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    Chuck, how about a little clue about your tune? I keep humming it, but I just can't place it.

    Here's another:

    D F# G E D F# A B A
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  • MarkS
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    JulieColl—

    ROCKINGHAM

    CHGiffen—I second the request for clue! It has been driving me crazy. My first guess was that it was some Lutheran chorale tune, similar to VON HIMMEL HOCH. Probably not even close!
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  • SalieriSalieri
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    B A G E F# G F# E

    or

    D A G F D E F E D
  • MarkS
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    Salieri—
    The first is THREE KINGS OF ORIENT, aka "We Three Kings", yes?

    And the second is the same melody in d minor with a pick up? Is it another tune that I should know? A mode 2 chant melody? Am confused!

    Speaking of which:

    A A A A D F E D

    (Hope I got that right)
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    Here's more, the first three lines:

    C B A G F E A A G
    C B A G F E A A G
    G A B C E D C (or G A B C D E D C B C, if you want to be fancy!)
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    MarkS--

    JESU DULCIS MEMORIA
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    This one is not a German chorale tune:

    C E G G G G A B- B- A ("-" means "flat")
  • SalieriSalieri
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    MarkS

    Yes on the first one. Lol.

    The second one is chant, but I won't say which, yet.
  • MarkS
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    CHGriffen—

    Tricky! I started by trying to make a chant tune out of it. But, then I played with the rhythm, and:

    MCKEE "In Christ there is no East or West"

    Still working on the other one! (and resisting the temptation to just start digging through hymnals)!

    Salieri—

    I'm going to be obsessed with this for a while! Now that I know it's a chant it's beginning to seem familiar. I'm sure someone will know!

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  • francisfrancis
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    g a g f e d c b a b b

    Gag fed, see, baby?

    Yet another spin on this game... notes that make a funny sentence.
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  • FGFFFGAAGFGGF

    DCDFFEDEDDCDFFEDGFEFEDEDDCCD
  • Also,

    CDAAB-AAGGFGGCAB-AB-B-A

    taking the system from above - indicates a flat sign
  • francisfrancis
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    Clerget... those have got to be Gregorian Chant hymns

    I cheated... the one above that I posted is from a musical
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    MarkS--

    The tune is prominent (the fancy version) in one of Bach's masterpieces.
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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  • MarkS
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    CHGriffen—

    Got it! Herzlich Lieb hab ich dich, o Herr (which concludes the St. John Passion!) I wasn't hearing the harmony
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  • Yes, the ones I posted are Gregorian chant hymns.