Peter Sandhofe antiphonal?
  • Jz00533
    Posts: 11
    Hey everyone! Does anyone have the PDFs of the Peter Sandhofe antiphonal? I keep hearing about it, but can’t seem to find working links online anymore? Also, is anyone aware of the copyright status of them?

    Just trying to find a source with as many of the Ordinary Form antiphons I can get!
  • Jz00533
    Posts: 11
    Alright, so I’ve found some sources:

    This seems to be the entire PDF: https://www.scribd.com/document/39504798/4-Week-Psalter

    This seems to be the print edition of said PDF:
    http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/liturgical-books/antiphonale-romanum/paperback/product-20372905.html

    This seems to have had the links to said PDF in the past (maybe. Impossible to tell since they are dead now):
    http://www.chantcafe.com/2011/03/peter-sandhofes-antiphonary/

    Any ideas on whether this used to be a free PDF available for download, or if it is in copyright still? I am suspicious of the scribd and lulu formats...
  • Jz00533
    Posts: 11
    Alright, another update! I found al the files on Musica Sacra’s database:

    https://media.musicasacra.com/pdf/HPS/HPS_Liturgia_Horarum/

    So does this mean they are fine for downloading?? I sure hope so; really looking for a complete Antiphonal for the OF.
  • a_f_hawkins
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    I am suspicious of scribd, it looks too much like a honeytrap for bibliophiles.
    However Lulu is, in my experience, a publishing platform for authors (and other owners of texts), essentially a modern simple form of self-publishing. I think Lulu is a good thing, which should be supported.
  • a_f_hawkins
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    Jz00533 - you may be disappointed by the second file of the HPS set you mentioned above as it is explicitly named 'incomplete'.
  • tomjaw
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    On this site many years ago was posted a zip file of all the works Peter Sandhofe had on his website. I still have a copy, and could e-mail them, I presume they will be under the e-mail limit.
    Gregobase has uploaded his Nocturnale... while the Nocturnale was copyright, I do not know who holds this now as the publisher seems not to publish it! As for the other files, these were always available free. So while copyright they should be free to use and print.