We need your help again Posts: 4, I love and respect Jeffrey Tucker as does most everyone here. Adam Wood May Posts: 6, I think, in this case, the issue is that he was the one who originally reached out to Solesmes about putting the GR online. But that was a long time ago. Anyone else know Owl Post number? Neither are the engravings of the chant.
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We need your help again Posts: 4, I love and respect Jeffrey Tucker as does most everyone here. Adam Wood May Posts: 6, I think, in this case, the issue is that he was the one who originally reached out to Solesmes about putting the GR online. But that was a long time ago.
Anyone else know Owl Post number? Neither are the engravings of the chant. The particular book in which all this stuff appears could be said to be copyright protected but that is a pretty thin claim that would not go anywhere in court.
We are just trying to be polite here. I pushed the Triplex and there was resistance. The GR could be posted. Most of the hymns in the LH are old enough to be out of copyright. However, some hymn texts in the LH are new; several were written by the editor. Those have a more plausible copyright claim I suppose. Nearly all if not completely all of the hymn texts in the Liber Hymnarius are from the Latin Liturgia Horarum, so even if a monk of Solesmes happened to compose one of the texts, he did so for the Vatican in the s, not Solesmes in the s.
The texts would be copyright Libreria Editrice Vaticana, not Solesmes.
I guess I also have the same question for Compline. Am I to take that to mean that these responsories are options for each reading for every single day in that season, or am I supposed to know which readings and days they correspond to? If anyone can provide some answers or direct me to a resource to better understand the Liber Hymnarius, that would be greatly appreciated! GerardH December Posts: connorcompanik Your questions are a little confusing. In your first, are you talking about hymns, responsories or antiphons? Your second question makes a little more sense; I think I can answer the first half. There are two types of responsories in the Office.
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Megami For example, it would be nice to search for St. It was only later that I learned to liher read the office books and the chant scores. Saturday, August 25, The Liber Hymnarius wiki. And this is exactly why I started Chantblog and offered mp3s of the music back when hardly any existed, in fact!
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