The Resource Latin hymns : with original translations : in four parts:, I | II | III | IV, Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) | Stabat Mater (Speciosa) | Old gems in new settings / | Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions), by Abraham Coles ... ; illustrated

Latin hymns : with original translations : in four parts:, I | II | III | IV, Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) | Stabat Mater (Speciosa) | Old gems in new settings / | Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions), by Abraham Coles ... ; illustrated

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Latin hymns : with original translations : in four parts:, I | II | III | IV, Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) | Stabat Mater (Speciosa) | Old gems in new settings / | Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions)
Title
Latin hymns
Title remainder
with original translations : in four parts:
Title number
  • I
  • II
  • III
  • IV
Title part
  • Stabat Mater (Dolorosa)
  • Stabat Mater (Speciosa)
  • Old gems in new settings /
  • Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions)
Statement of responsibility
by Abraham Coles ... ; illustrated
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Contributor
Artist
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Language
  • eng
  • lat
  • eng
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NYP
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1813-1891
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Coles, Abraham
Illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • fl. 1257
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  • Coles, J. Ackerman
  • Jacopone
  • Thomas of Celano
  • Robert,
  • Bernard
  • Novello, Vincent
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti
  • Scheffer, Ary
  • Delaroche, Paul
  • Raphael
  • Landelle, Charles
  • Ritchie, Alexander Hay
  • Dolci, Carlo
  • Cornelius, Robert
  • Dupont, Henriquel
  • Stanla
  • Judson, Edward
  • Vincent, John Heyl
  • Brooks, Phillips
  • Williams, J.
  • MacDonald, George
  • Boardman, George Dana
  • Kendrick, A.C.
  • Schaff, Philip
  • Maclaren, Alexander
  • Lowell, James Russell
  • Bryant, William Cullen
  • Ripley, George
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf
  • Frelinghuysen, Frederick T.
  • Lowell, Robert
  • Spurgeon, C.H.
  • Congar, H.N.
  • Bonar, Horatius
  • Weston, Henry G.
  • MacArthur, Robert Stuart
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell
  • D. Appleton and Company
  • Advertiser Printing House (Newark, N.J.)
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  • Augustine
  • Catholic Church
  • Catholic Church.
  • Catholic Church.
  • Hymns, Latin
  • Hymns, Latin
  • Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern)
  • Dies irae (Music)
  • Stabat Mater dolorosa (Music)
  • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices)
  • Sequences (Liturgy)
  • Gregorian chants
Label
Latin hymns : with original translations : in four parts:, I | II | III | IV, Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) | Stabat Mater (Speciosa) | Old gems in new settings / | Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions), by Abraham Coles ... ; illustrated
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Paper is Crown 8vo. ; p. [v]-vi given twice
  • Printed signatures are decorative -- not matching gatherings. Stiff acidic paper with chain and wire lines
  • "Copyrighted ... by J. Ackerman Coles, M.D. 1892" -- t.p. verso
  • Each part includes historical and critical introduction ; has separate title-page with rubricated etched initials (facing illustrated leaf), separate pagination, and (in text and translation) title and text headers, ornate head and tail pieces ; Dies Iræ with extra illustrated leaf, Old Gems ... with two extras
  • Portrait leaf of Abraham Coles (with facsimile of signature) "Eng.d by A.H. Ritchie" -- facing t.p
  • 7 illustrated leaves include : Last Judgment [Michelangelo, eng. by Cornelius] ; Christus Remunerator [Ary Scheffer, eng. by Henriquel Dupont] ; Stabat Mater Dolorosa ... [Carlo Dolce, eng. by Paul Delaroche] ; Madonna di San Sisto [Raphael, eng. by Stanla] ; St. Augustine and his Mother [Ary Scheffer] ; Faith and Hope [Ary Scheffer] ; Ecstasy and Prayer [Landelle]
  • Illustrations ([1st] p. [v]-vi): Table falsely includes reference to Correggio's [1489?-1534] La Notte ("Nativity") as plate
  • Description of the Frontispiece [Michelangelo's "Last Judgment" of Christmas, 1546] -- p. [i-ii] preceding Dies Iræ (with quotations of Inferno, Cantos iii 102-104, xxxiii 74-76)
  • Dies Iræ [Thomas of Celano?] (In Thirteen Versions) [t.p. and half-title (6th ed., 1891)] includes : History of the Hymn ; Translations of the Hymn ; Dies Iræ Parodied [with introductory essay] ; Sequence ; The Origin of Latin Rhyme ; Gregorian chant from Graduale Romanum [close-score rendering] ([2] p.) -- 76 p
  • Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) [Jacopone da Todi?] [t.p. (3rd ed., 1891)] includes : Gregorian chant ; two close-score renderings, Novello's "Evening Service" and "Rohr's Collection" ([2] p.) -- 35 + [3] p
  • Stabat Mater (Speciosa) [Jacopone da Todi?] [t.p. (2nd ed. 1891)] -- 25 + [1] p
  • Old Gems in New Settings [t.p. and half-title (3rd ed., 1891)] : Urbs Coelestis Syon [Bernard of Clairvaux, 12th c.] ; Veni Sancte Spiritus [Robert II of France? 11th c.] ; Veni Creator [anon., 9th c.?] ; Hymnus Alphabeticus de Die Judicii [anon., 7th c.?] ; De Contemptu Mundi [Jacopone da Todi?] -- ca. 77 + [1] p. at end
  • Works of Abraham Coles Reviewed by Eminent Critics : Four works listed beside present book : Man, the Microcosm ; The Life and Teachings of Our Lord. In Verse ; New Rendering of the Hebrew Psalms into English Verse ; The Microcosm and Other Poems [Memorial ed., Physicians' ed.] Critics [also excluding newspapers] include : George Mac Donald ; George Dana Boardman ; Asahel Clark Kendrick ; Philip Shaff ; Alexander Mac Laren ; James Russell Lowell ; William Cullen Bryant ; George Ripley ; John G. Whittier ; Frederick Theodore Freylinghuysen ; Robert Lowell ; Oliver Wendell Holmes ; Charles H. Spurgeon ; Horace N. Congar ; Horatius Bonar ; Henry Griggs Weston -- ca. 34 p. at end
  • Newspaper and personal testimonials tipped in [printed leaf, both sides] between front flyleaf and portrait leaf : New York Tribune ; Newark Daily Advertiser ; Rev. Robert S. Mac Arthur, D.D. ; Rev. Edward Judson, D.D. ; Bishop John H. Vincent, D.D., LL.D., Chancellor of the Chautauqua University ; Rt. Rev. Phillips Brooks, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts ; Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Connecticut, Chancellor of Trinity College, etc. ..
  • Binding of teal linen (diagonal rib-grain). Bevel-edged cover with gilt gothic-letter short title and author's name (separated by rule); gilt abbreviated title and section names (separated by straight rule) on spine. Black line-ornament (undular freize-work, ornate rule, frond and banner showing volume as "Illustrated") on front cover and spine. Olive green clay endpapers. Gilt fore-edge, head and tail. Double flyleaves, front and back
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
2l, xxxiv [i.e.xxxvi], 76, 35 [3], 25 [1], 77 [1], 34 p. [ca. 254 p.], [7] leaves of plates
Note
Covers and spine detached from embrittled and cracked textblock. Spine-stiffener missing. Several broken, damaged, or fragile pages.
Other physical details
ill., music, port.
System control number
(OCoLC)38470613
Label
Latin hymns : with original translations : in four parts:, I | II | III | IV, Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) | Stabat Mater (Speciosa) | Old gems in new settings / | Dies Iræ (In thirteen versions), by Abraham Coles ... ; illustrated
Publication
Note
  • Paper is Crown 8vo. ; p. [v]-vi given twice
  • Printed signatures are decorative -- not matching gatherings. Stiff acidic paper with chain and wire lines
  • "Copyrighted ... by J. Ackerman Coles, M.D. 1892" -- t.p. verso
  • Each part includes historical and critical introduction ; has separate title-page with rubricated etched initials (facing illustrated leaf), separate pagination, and (in text and translation) title and text headers, ornate head and tail pieces ; Dies Iræ with extra illustrated leaf, Old Gems ... with two extras
  • Portrait leaf of Abraham Coles (with facsimile of signature) "Eng.d by A.H. Ritchie" -- facing t.p
  • 7 illustrated leaves include : Last Judgment [Michelangelo, eng. by Cornelius] ; Christus Remunerator [Ary Scheffer, eng. by Henriquel Dupont] ; Stabat Mater Dolorosa ... [Carlo Dolce, eng. by Paul Delaroche] ; Madonna di San Sisto [Raphael, eng. by Stanla] ; St. Augustine and his Mother [Ary Scheffer] ; Faith and Hope [Ary Scheffer] ; Ecstasy and Prayer [Landelle]
  • Illustrations ([1st] p. [v]-vi): Table falsely includes reference to Correggio's [1489?-1534] La Notte ("Nativity") as plate
  • Description of the Frontispiece [Michelangelo's "Last Judgment" of Christmas, 1546] -- p. [i-ii] preceding Dies Iræ (with quotations of Inferno, Cantos iii 102-104, xxxiii 74-76)
  • Dies Iræ [Thomas of Celano?] (In Thirteen Versions) [t.p. and half-title (6th ed., 1891)] includes : History of the Hymn ; Translations of the Hymn ; Dies Iræ Parodied [with introductory essay] ; Sequence ; The Origin of Latin Rhyme ; Gregorian chant from Graduale Romanum [close-score rendering] ([2] p.) -- 76 p
  • Stabat Mater (Dolorosa) [Jacopone da Todi?] [t.p. (3rd ed., 1891)] includes : Gregorian chant ; two close-score renderings, Novello's "Evening Service" and "Rohr's Collection" ([2] p.) -- 35 + [3] p
  • Stabat Mater (Speciosa) [Jacopone da Todi?] [t.p. (2nd ed. 1891)] -- 25 + [1] p
  • Old Gems in New Settings [t.p. and half-title (3rd ed., 1891)] : Urbs Coelestis Syon [Bernard of Clairvaux, 12th c.] ; Veni Sancte Spiritus [Robert II of France? 11th c.] ; Veni Creator [anon., 9th c.?] ; Hymnus Alphabeticus de Die Judicii [anon., 7th c.?] ; De Contemptu Mundi [Jacopone da Todi?] -- ca. 77 + [1] p. at end
  • Works of Abraham Coles Reviewed by Eminent Critics : Four works listed beside present book : Man, the Microcosm ; The Life and Teachings of Our Lord. In Verse ; New Rendering of the Hebrew Psalms into English Verse ; The Microcosm and Other Poems [Memorial ed., Physicians' ed.] Critics [also excluding newspapers] include : George Mac Donald ; George Dana Boardman ; Asahel Clark Kendrick ; Philip Shaff ; Alexander Mac Laren ; James Russell Lowell ; William Cullen Bryant ; George Ripley ; John G. Whittier ; Frederick Theodore Freylinghuysen ; Robert Lowell ; Oliver Wendell Holmes ; Charles H. Spurgeon ; Horace N. Congar ; Horatius Bonar ; Henry Griggs Weston -- ca. 34 p. at end
  • Newspaper and personal testimonials tipped in [printed leaf, both sides] between front flyleaf and portrait leaf : New York Tribune ; Newark Daily Advertiser ; Rev. Robert S. Mac Arthur, D.D. ; Rev. Edward Judson, D.D. ; Bishop John H. Vincent, D.D., LL.D., Chancellor of the Chautauqua University ; Rt. Rev. Phillips Brooks, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts ; Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Connecticut, Chancellor of Trinity College, etc. ..
  • Binding of teal linen (diagonal rib-grain). Bevel-edged cover with gilt gothic-letter short title and author's name (separated by rule); gilt abbreviated title and section names (separated by straight rule) on spine. Black line-ornament (undular freize-work, ornate rule, frond and banner showing volume as "Illustrated") on front cover and spine. Olive green clay endpapers. Gilt fore-edge, head and tail. Double flyleaves, front and back
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
2l, xxxiv [i.e.xxxvi], 76, 35 [3], 25 [1], 77 [1], 34 p. [ca. 254 p.], [7] leaves of plates
Note
Covers and spine detached from embrittled and cracked textblock. Spine-stiffener missing. Several broken, damaged, or fragile pages.
Other physical details
ill., music, port.
System control number
(OCoLC)38470613

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