Seeking chant Beneductus (for Morning Prayer)
  • priorstf
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    I think I've made a good faith search of the CMMA resources, but have been unable to find a basic chant version of the Benedictus sung as part of Morning Prayer. Laus Tibi has a 2-line teaser but that's the best I can do. Anybody have a pointer? Thanks.
  • Jeffrey TuckerJeffrey Tucker
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    I've been thinking that I would scan the Morning Prayer we did at the colloq.
  • Steve CollinsSteve Collins
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    1. Book of Divine worship - the one the Anglican Use parishes use.
    2. Your favorite Anglican chant - single or double.
  • GavinGavin
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    Is it in the Antiphonale on the CMAA website? Or, if you need it in English, it is in The Hymnal 1940 at #627
  • Dan F.Dan F.
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    priorstf,

    Here's an Word file that includes canticles from Lauds, Vespers, and Compline in latin lifted from the Liber Usualis. It's a cheat sheet I use for praying the LOTH with other books that don't have the latin or music. It includes two basic Benedictus chants. I made the pages small so that if you print two pages on 8.5x11" landscape paper it fits nicely.
  • mjballoumjballou
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    Dear Dan Fisher,

    Why that's quite nifty - and compact as well. Very cool.
  • Dan F.Dan F.
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    The snapshot feature of the new version of Adobe Acrobat has been quite helpful to compile something like this.

    You'd think I'd need fewer books to pray if I have a cheatsheet, but no!