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One Hundred Latin Hymns

Ambrose to Aquinas

Edited and translated by Peter G. Walsh

With Christopher Husch

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674057739

Publication Date: 11/19/2012

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  • Introduction
  • Ambrose
    • 1. Eternal Founder of the world
    • 2. O radiance of the Father’s glory
    • 3. Now dawns the third hour of the day
    • 4. O God, creator of all things
    • 5. Give ear, O king of Israel
    • 6. John, celebrated by Christ’s love
    • 7. O Christ most high, affording light
    • 8. It is the day of Agnes’s birth
    • 9. This is the true day of our God
    • 10. Victor, Nabor, Felix, all three
    • 11. Jesus, to you new thanks I hymn
    • 12. The suffering the apostles bore
    • 13. As one who runs the apostles close
  • [Ambrose]
    • 14. The eternal gifts that Christ bestowed
  • [Nicetas of Remesiana]
    • 15. We praise you as God
  • Prudentius
    • 16. The winged herald of the day
    • 17. O night and darkness and dense clouds
    • 18. O God, fiery source of all spirits
  • Sedulius
    • 19. Away from the sunrise’s hinge
  • Venantius Fortunatus
    • 20. Sing, my tongue, of that engagement
    • 21. The standards of the king advance
    • 22. The blessed cross gleams forth, where hung the Lord in flesh
  • The Old Hymnal
    • 23. Before the closing of the light
    • 24. Now that the star of light has risen
    • 25. Eternal founder of the light
    • 26. Creator of the gleaming heavens
    • 27. O God, who are the light of heaven
    • 28. Now that the midnight hour is here
    • 29. The dawn of day now crimson glows
    • 30. Now that the daylight is restored
    • 31. Keeping the fixed order of the hours
    • 32. By faith in God, by which we live
    • 33. Let us sound praises to the Lord
    • 34. O Lord my God, who did create
    • 35. Creator and the prince of days
  • The New Hymnal
    • 36. Ruler of power, God of truth
    • 37. O God, the strength that binds all things
    • 38. On this, the first day of all days
    • 39. O God of greatest clemency
    • 40. O sharer in the Father’s light
    • 41. Our limbs being now refreshed from sleep
    • 42. Eternal glory of the heavens
    • 43. Noblest creator of the light
    • 44. Boundless creator of the heavens
    • 45. O mighty founder of the earth
    • 46. Most holy God of heaven above
    • 47. O God, whose power is so great
    • 48. O kindly founder of the stars
    • 49. O Trinity, our blessed light
    • 50. O Christ, redeemer of all men
    • 51. Instructed by the mystic norm
    • 52. O kind creator, bend your ear
    • 53. O Jesus, our redemption
    • 54. Eternal king set high above
    • 55. That day for which all longed in prayer
    • 56. Now Christ had mounted to the stars
    • 57. These joys so blessed unto us
    • 58. O king of martyrs, glorious
    • 59. O God, the portion, crown, and prize
    • 60. Jesus, you are the virgins’ crown
    • 61. Jesus, redeemer of all men
    • 62. He whom the earth and sea and sky
    • 63. Hail, star of the ocean
  • Columba of Iona
    • 64. Ancient in days and unbegotten
  • The Venerable Bede
    • 65. Rejoice, you heavens, from above
  • Anonymous
    • 66. Let every age now recognize
    • 67. O you bright giver of the light
    • 68. O God, the source of all that is
    • 69. Deign, holy Spirit, at this hour
    • 70. The hour on which Christ thirsted, or
    • 71. Now Christ, O sun of justice, let
    • 72. You, oneness of the Trinity
    • 73. The Father’s sole-begotten Son
  • Theodulf of Orléans
    • 74. Fame, honor, praise be yours, O Christ redeemer-king
  • [Raban Maur]
    • 75. Creator Spirit, come, and in
  • Wipo
    • 76. To the paschal victim, praises
  • Aimar of Le Puy
    • 77. Greetings, queen of mercy
  • Abelard
    • 78. How great, how splendid will that Sabbath be
    • 79. When the virgin
    • 80. His father God
    • 81. How blessed was
    • 82. Rejoice, virgin
    • 83. O you Christians, clap your hands
    • 84. Give Mary a tambourine
    • 85. Goliath has been laid low
    • 86. In the welcome days of spring
    • 87. Leaping upon the mountain crests
    • 88. With several successive leaps
    • 89. Though she is still set on the earth
    • 90. When unto the heights the Lord
  • Adam of Saint Victor
    • 91. Hail, O mother of our Savior
  • Philip the Chancellor
    • 92. Sing, my tongue, of Magdalena’s
  • Bonaventure
    • 93. In the passion of the Lord
  • [Stephen Langton]
    • 94. Holy Spirit, come
  • [Thomas of Celano]
    • 95. Day of fury, that sad day
  • Saint Thomas Aquinas
    • 96. Zion, send the Savior praises
    • 97. The Word, emerging from on high
    • 98. Tell, my tongue, the sacrament
  • [Saint Thomas Aquinas]
    • 99. Devotedly I worship, truth who are concealed
  • Anonymous
    • 100. Stood the mother full of grieving
  • Note on the Texts
  • Abbreviations
  • Notes to the Texts and Translations
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Incipits
  • General Index

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