Help finding this invitatory
  • Hello everyone,

    I am trying to locate online for easy printing in a way that I can edit without having to transcribe the entire thing- the invitatory in the Liber Hymnarius pg. 135 for the 22nd Chair of St. Peter, Tone III starts VE (bbc) NI (ab) TE (bag) goes with first option of the invitatory on pg 266 Common of apostles LH Regem Apostolorum Dominum... I am having to sing and play at the organ so this will just make life easier so that I dont have to clip a bunch of books that dont stay open on top of the organ.

    Thanks in advance.

    Sister Marie
  • CGM
    Posts: 559
    The Venite is here, and the Regem Apostolorum is here. You can download the PNG file of each one and import them into a single Word document (or similar app), or you can print out each image and cut-n-paste manually. If you're feeling a little more ambitious, download the GABC code and combine the two into a single image.

    Did St. Peter have 22 Chairs?
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  • He must have had 22 chairs at least, Rome is a large city! :)
  • chonakchonak
    Posts: 8,900
    Here's how they look combined.