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Vespers of the Five Laudates

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  • Douglas Cowling
    The rite of San Marco, Venice, had its own peculiar rite which had considerable variations from the Roman rite. On principal feasts such as Christmas, the
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      The rite of San Marco, Venice, had its own peculiar rite which had
      considerable variations from the Roman rite. On principal feasts such as
      Christmas, the psalm sequence of Roman Vespers (Dixit, Laudate Pueri, etc)
      was not observed. Rather the "Vespro della Cinque Laudati" was sung:

      Laudate Pueri
      Laudate Dominum Omnes Gentes
      Lauda Anima Mea Dominum
      Laudate Dominum Quoniam Bonus Est
      Lauda Jerusalem

      Does anyone recognize the sequence from another use, perhaps the Ambrosian?


      Doug Cowling
      Director of Music
      St. Philip's Church, Etobicoke
      Toronto
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