The Resource Latin hymns with original translations. : In four parts., By Abraham Coles. With photographic illustrations

Latin hymns with original translations. : In four parts., By Abraham Coles. With photographic illustrations

Label
Latin hymns with original translations. : In four parts.
Title
Latin hymns with original translations.
Title remainder
In four parts.
Statement of responsibility
By Abraham Coles. With photographic illustrations
Creator
Contributor
Publisher
Stereotyper
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
MBB
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1813-1891
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Coles, Abraham
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • music
Index
no index present
LC call number
BV468
LC item number
.C6
Literary form
non fiction
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  • D. Appleton and Company
  • H. O. Houghton and Company
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  • Catholic Church
  • Catholic Church.
  • Catholic Church
  • Hymns, Latin
  • Hymns, Latin
Label
Latin hymns with original translations. : In four parts., By Abraham Coles. With photographic illustrations
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Publication
Note
  • Paper is crown 8vo. ; p. [v]-vi given twice
  • Printed signatures are decorative -- not matching gatherings. Stiff acidic paper
  • Printers' information and Abraham Coles's copyright statement [e.g. at] : verso of second initial leaf (t.p. for Dies Iræ preceding t.p. for collection of titles)
  • 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
  • 6 illustrated leaves include : Last Judgment [Rubens, eng. by Cornelius] ; Christus Remunerator [without attribution, including Latin quotation of Matt. 25] ; Stabat Mater Dolorosa ... [Carlo Dolce, eng. by Paul Delaroche] ; Madonna di San Sisto [Raphael, eng. by Stanla] ; St. Augustine and his Mother [Ary Scheffer] ; Ecstasy and Prayer [Landelle]
  • Illustration ([1st] p. [v]-vi) : Table falsely includes reference to Correggio's [1489?-1534] La Notte ("Nativity") as plate
  • Dies Iræ [Thomas of Celano?] (In Thirteen Versions) [t.p. (Fifth edition, 1868, c1859)] 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. (1867, c. 1865)] 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. (1868, c1867)] -- 25 + [1] p
  • Old Gems in New Settings [t.p. and half-title (1868, c1866)] : 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] : Contents of present book listed separately ; also, Man the Microcosm ... Recommendations by James Russell Lowell, William Cullen Bryant, Robert Lowell, William Cowper Prime, Samuel Irenaeus Prime, Richard Grant White, George Ripley. Newspapers from which reviews are taken include : Christian (Quarterly) Review ; New York Tribune ; New York Evening Post ; Albion ; Newark Daily advertiser ; Church Monthly ; Journal of Commerce -- 5 p. at end
  • STH Library copy : Binding of dark tan or orange-maroon [sand-grain] linen. Cover with gilt gothic-letter short title and author's name (separated by rule) ; gilt sectional titles on spine with ornate tail. Pale yellow endpapers. Gilt fore-edge, head and tail. Double flyleaves, front and back
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Dies Iræ [in thirteen original versions].--II. Stabat Mater (Dolorosa).--III. Stabat Mater (Speciosa).--IV. Old gems in new settings
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • Inscriptions : "Amos A Laurence." [simple bookplate] -- outer front endpapers ; "Mrs. Laurence with Mr. Wharton's affectionate & grateful remembrances. Christmas, 1868" -- inner front endpapers recto.
  • C.S. Nutter's inscriptions : "C.S. Nutter. 1894" -- inner front endpaper recto ; "Subjectivity in Song p. vii-," "Judgement hymn xv.," "Sequences p. 57." -- inner front endpaper verso.
Other control number
008415781
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10079034
  • (OCoLC)ocm10079034
Label
Latin hymns with original translations. : In four parts., By Abraham Coles. With photographic illustrations
Link
Publication
Note
  • Paper is crown 8vo. ; p. [v]-vi given twice
  • Printed signatures are decorative -- not matching gatherings. Stiff acidic paper
  • Printers' information and Abraham Coles's copyright statement [e.g. at] : verso of second initial leaf (t.p. for Dies Iræ preceding t.p. for collection of titles)
  • 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
  • 6 illustrated leaves include : Last Judgment [Rubens, eng. by Cornelius] ; Christus Remunerator [without attribution, including Latin quotation of Matt. 25] ; Stabat Mater Dolorosa ... [Carlo Dolce, eng. by Paul Delaroche] ; Madonna di San Sisto [Raphael, eng. by Stanla] ; St. Augustine and his Mother [Ary Scheffer] ; Ecstasy and Prayer [Landelle]
  • Illustration ([1st] p. [v]-vi) : Table falsely includes reference to Correggio's [1489?-1534] La Notte ("Nativity") as plate
  • Dies Iræ [Thomas of Celano?] (In Thirteen Versions) [t.p. (Fifth edition, 1868, c1859)] 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. (1867, c. 1865)] 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. (1868, c1867)] -- 25 + [1] p
  • Old Gems in New Settings [t.p. and half-title (1868, c1866)] : 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] : Contents of present book listed separately ; also, Man the Microcosm ... Recommendations by James Russell Lowell, William Cullen Bryant, Robert Lowell, William Cowper Prime, Samuel Irenaeus Prime, Richard Grant White, George Ripley. Newspapers from which reviews are taken include : Christian (Quarterly) Review ; New York Tribune ; New York Evening Post ; Albion ; Newark Daily advertiser ; Church Monthly ; Journal of Commerce -- 5 p. at end
  • STH Library copy : Binding of dark tan or orange-maroon [sand-grain] linen. Cover with gilt gothic-letter short title and author's name (separated by rule) ; gilt sectional titles on spine with ornate tail. Pale yellow endpapers. Gilt fore-edge, head and tail. Double flyleaves, front and back
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Dies Iræ [in thirteen original versions].--II. Stabat Mater (Dolorosa).--III. Stabat Mater (Speciosa).--IV. Old gems in new settings
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • Inscriptions : "Amos A Laurence." [simple bookplate] -- outer front endpapers ; "Mrs. Laurence with Mr. Wharton's affectionate & grateful remembrances. Christmas, 1868" -- inner front endpapers recto.
  • C.S. Nutter's inscriptions : "C.S. Nutter. 1894" -- inner front endpaper recto ; "Subjectivity in Song p. vii-," "Judgement hymn xv.," "Sequences p. 57." -- inner front endpaper verso.
Other control number
008415781
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10079034
  • (OCoLC)ocm10079034

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