ECCE SACERDOS MAGNUS BRUCKNER PDF

Learn how and when to remove this template message Ecce sacerdos magnus is an antiphon and a responsory from the common of confessor bishops in the Liturgy of the Hours and in the Graduale Romanum , and the Epistle in their proper Mass. It belongs to Sir 50,1. The responsory Ecce sacerdos magnus for the festival of a confessor bishop, from the Liber Responsorialis juxta Ritum Monasticum, Solesmes, , page The responsory ends with the repetition of the partial respond. Its words are, Ecce sacerdos magnus, qui in diebus suis, placuit Deo, which means "behold the great priest, who in his days, pleased God". In certain cases, those words are followed by: et inventus est iustus, meaning "and has been found just".

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External links History This work was composed at the request of Johann Burgstaller, to be performed at the Linz Cathedral on the th anniversary of the founding of the diocese. It was completed by 28 April and sent to Burgstaller in mid-May. This second part the work, which is recalling the harmony of the previous Locus iste and Christus factus est WAB 11 , [6] is repeated two times as a ritornello on bars 64—80 and 90— Benedictionem omnium bars 40— As in Mass No.

Chorale : Gloria Patri et Filio bars 81— This fifth part, which is sung a cappella in unison , is a transcription of the Gregorian plain chant Gloria Patri [3] with a different metric structure.

The antiphon, which was intended as processional music for the entrance of the bishop into the cathedral, was thus designed to be "majestic" and "ceremonial" in character. The ritornello on the words "Ideo jurejurando" is expanded and contrasted with episodes "that seem to trace the evolution of church music" in their varied use of texture. A selection of the about 30 recordings: George Guest, St. It sets the gradual Virga Jesse floruit for unaccompanied mixed choir. He composed it in Linz in and scored the short work in F major for seven unaccompanied voices.

The piece, sometimes named an Offertorium, was published in Vienna in Before, Bruckner composed the same prayer in for soprano, alto, a four-part mixed choir, organ and cello, WAB 5. Later, he set the text in for a solo voice alto and keyboard, WAB 7. Christus factus est, WAB 11, is a sacred motet by Anton Bruckner, his third setting of the Latin gradual Christus factus est, composed in It is a setting of the first strophe of the Latin hymn Pange lingua for the celebration of Corpus Christi.

It is a setting of the Latin hymn Pange lingua for the celebration of Corpus Christi.

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History[ edit ] This work was composed at the request of Johann Burgstaller, to be performed at the Linz Cathedral on the th anniversary of the founding of the diocese. It was completed by 28 April and sent to Burgstaller in mid-May. This second part the work, which is recalling the harmony of the previous Locus iste and Christus factus est WAB 11 , [6] is repeated two times as a ritornello on bars 64—80 and 90— Benedictionem omnium bars 40— As in Mass No. Chorale : Gloria Patri et Filio bars 81— This fifth part, which is sung a cappella in unison , is a transcription of the Gregorian plain chant Gloria Patri [3] with a different metric structure.

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