The Resource The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church, [Charles Cooper Nott, editor]

The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church, [Charles Cooper Nott, editor]

Label
The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church
Title
The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church
Statement of responsibility
[Charles Cooper Nott, editor]
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • englat
  • lat
  • eng
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
UBY
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Nott, Charles C
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • active 1257
  • approximately 970-1031
  • 742-814
  • approximately 540-approximately 600
  • approximately 803-approximately 867
  • 1813-1891
  • 1633?-1685
  • 1613?-1649
  • 1812-1883
  • 1827-1878
  • 1631-1700
  • 1818-1866
  • 1798-1879
  • 1812-1880
  • active 12th century
  • 1230-1306
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  • Thomas
  • Robert
  • Charlemagne
  • Fortunatus, Venantius Honorius Clementianus
  • Gottschalk
  • Coles, Abraham
  • Slosson, Edward
  • Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon
  • Crashaw, Richard
  • Irons, William J.
  • Winkworth, Catherine
  • Dryden, John
  • Neale, J. M.
  • Dix, John A.
  • Crawford, Alexander Crawford Lindsay
  • Bernard
  • Jacopone
  • A.D.F. Randolph & Co
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  • Church of England
  • Hymns, English
  • Hymns, Latin
  • Hymns, Latin (Medieval and modern)
Label
The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church, [Charles Cooper Nott, editor]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Latin texts with English translations without music--each including: title and running header; critical and historical introductory comments and notes; attribution to author and translator; and occasional scriptural or other quotation following title header
  • Editor established LC Mansell V. 423 p. 585
  • Hymns by or reputedly by Bernard of Cluny, Thomas of Celano, Jacopone da Todi, Robert II, Charlemagne, Venantius Fortunatus, Gottschalk; translations by John Mason Neale, John A. Dix, Abraham Coles, Lord Roscommon, Richard Crashaw, W.J. Irons, Edward Slosson, Lord Lindsay, Catherine Winkworth, John Dryden
  • "This work was suggested by the interest felt in Mr. Prime's litle book, the hymn, 'O Mother Dear Jerusalem' ... some trivial errors are corrected, an dtwo versions of the Dies Iræ are added. The seven translations [of the Dies Iræ] now given will render the English exposition of the Great Hymn complete."--To the reader [p. (v)-vi (dated New York, June, 1866)
  • Contents reverses order "Stabat Mater" and "Mater Speciosa" from order in text
  • Maroon-to-orange cloth [cotton or linen (sand-grain)] cover on chamfered boards. Cross emblem debossed on front (gilt) and back (blind). Title "The Seven Great Hymns" on spine bordered with motif from church architecture; head and tail intertwine decorations (gilt). Mustard - colored endpapers
Contents
  • The vexilla regis
  • The alleluliatic sequence
  • Appendix
  • To the reader
  • Contents
  • The celestial country
  • The dies iræ
  • The stabat mater
  • The mater speciosa
  • The veni sancte spiritus
  • The veni creator spiritus
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
6th ed., enl.
Extent
vi, [2], 154 p.
System control number
(OCoLC)13939705
Label
The seven great hymns of the mediaeval church, [Charles Cooper Nott, editor]
Publication
Note
  • Latin texts with English translations without music--each including: title and running header; critical and historical introductory comments and notes; attribution to author and translator; and occasional scriptural or other quotation following title header
  • Editor established LC Mansell V. 423 p. 585
  • Hymns by or reputedly by Bernard of Cluny, Thomas of Celano, Jacopone da Todi, Robert II, Charlemagne, Venantius Fortunatus, Gottschalk; translations by John Mason Neale, John A. Dix, Abraham Coles, Lord Roscommon, Richard Crashaw, W.J. Irons, Edward Slosson, Lord Lindsay, Catherine Winkworth, John Dryden
  • "This work was suggested by the interest felt in Mr. Prime's litle book, the hymn, 'O Mother Dear Jerusalem' ... some trivial errors are corrected, an dtwo versions of the Dies Iræ are added. The seven translations [of the Dies Iræ] now given will render the English exposition of the Great Hymn complete."--To the reader [p. (v)-vi (dated New York, June, 1866)
  • Contents reverses order "Stabat Mater" and "Mater Speciosa" from order in text
  • Maroon-to-orange cloth [cotton or linen (sand-grain)] cover on chamfered boards. Cross emblem debossed on front (gilt) and back (blind). Title "The Seven Great Hymns" on spine bordered with motif from church architecture; head and tail intertwine decorations (gilt). Mustard - colored endpapers
Contents
  • The vexilla regis
  • The alleluliatic sequence
  • Appendix
  • To the reader
  • Contents
  • The celestial country
  • The dies iræ
  • The stabat mater
  • The mater speciosa
  • The veni sancte spiritus
  • The veni creator spiritus
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
6th ed., enl.
Extent
vi, [2], 154 p.
System control number
(OCoLC)13939705

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