Search Results: 'Mass VIII'
Volume 1, Campion Organ Accompaniments, 388 pages
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ORGANIST VOLUME I, 388 pages long, contains three (3) different harmonizations of the the Gregorian Kyriale: 1.) Achille P. Bragers, LOW KEY; 2.) Carlo Rossini, MIDDLE KEY; and 3.) Nova Organi... More > Harmonia, HIGH KEY.
Nova Organi Harmonia accompaniments were created by Flor Peeters, Msgr. Jules Van Nuffel, Msgr. Jules Vyverman, Marinus de Jong, Gustaaf Nees, Henri Durieux, and Edgard de Laet. St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal for the Traditional Latin Mass: http://www.ccwatershed.org/Campion/
Ordinarium Missae Accompaniments, Keyboard Accompaniments for the Mass Ordinary< Less
The Courtships of Elizabeth
The Courtships of Elizabeth
Major Martin Andrew Hume, born in London on December 8, 1847, and educated at Madrid, comes of an English family, the members of which have resided in Spain... More > for a hundred years. He began life in the British Army, from which he retired with the rank of major. Major Hume was appointed editor of the Spanish state papers published by the Record Office; he is also lecturer in Spanish History and Literature at Cambridge, and examiner and lecturer in Spanish at the Birmingham University. He has written numerous works on the history of Spain; but perhaps he is best known for his historical studies of the Tudor period, of which may be mentioned "The Courtships of Queen Elizabeth," "The Love Affairs of Mary Queen of Scots," and "The Wives of Henry VIII." In the first-named work, published in 1896, Major Hume has presented an exceedingly interesting human document, and classified a tangled mass of material.< Less
Sharps and Flats (Illustrated)
“This book, in fact, tends to point a moral, and present a problem. The moral is obvious, the problem is ethical; which is, perhaps, only another way of saying something different. In the realm... More > of Ethics, the two men who exert, probably, the greatest influence upon the mass of humanity are the philosopher and the politician. Yet, strange to say, there would appear to be little that can be considered as common knowledge in either politics or philosophy. Every politician and every philosopher holds opinions which are diametrically opposed to those of some other politician or philosopher; and there never yet existed, apparently, either politician or philosopher who would admit even that his opponents were acquainted with the[viii] fact of two and two making four. So much, then, for dogmatism.”< Less
The Three Torments in Human Ionization
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This book (VIII) stories three edicts in the fall of a "Dragon": but as well the ramifications that are left behind because of the indifferences shown by Mankind, and then finally where one... More > should have looked to, when finding grace. The first story tells of a spiritual suggestion that relates to the total irrelevance of any rationale; thus allowing draconian and beastly spectre's to defile the Human body upon leaving it. The second is about what becomes of the low grade ionic masses used to support "indiscretion", wherever and whenever faith has been cast out. The third spins a yarn used to explain how reluctance in the past, besets an Earthly demeanor and its coersion in a ninth paradox, which is to eventually worsen any choices for living in "hopeless considerations".< Less