1, Audi, benígne Cónditor, Nóstras préces cum flétibus, In hoc sácro jejúnio. Fúsas quadragenário. Thou loving Maker of mankind, / Before Thy throne we pray. AUDI BENIGNE CONDITOR A Lenten hymn formerly attributed to Pope Gregory the Great (Migne), but now dated as late as the early ninth century (Szövé. Authoritative information about the hymn text Audi, benigne Conditor, with lyrics.
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Audi, benigne Conditor First Line: Blew, from the Paris Breviaryprinted on broadsheet for use in his church, circ. Benigen of Catholic Melodies d9. Drummond “O merciful Creator!
The New Saint Basil Hymnal d Hymne pour le Careme First Line: In the British Museum it is found in three manuscripts of the 11th century Harl. Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. Thou knowest benigen infirmity; pour out on all who seek Thy face abundance of Thy pardoning grace.
Gregory’s Works see Migne’s Patrologiatom. Its English translators include W.
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On behalf of the entire Hymnary. In the Roman Breviaryit occurs, almost unaltered, as the hymn at Vespers on the Saturday before the First Sunday in Lent, to the Saturday before Passion Sunday the last exclusivelywhen the Ferial Office is said, Sundays included.
Audi, benigne Conditor
Appeared in his Lyra Catholica, p. To us in pity bow Thine ear: Audi benigne Conditor Date: Modern Language Association http: Audi benigne Conditor First Line: His aaudi was distinguished not only for its rank and social consideration, but for its piety and good works.
Print this article Print all entries for this topic Cite this article. Thou loving Maker of mankind. This has been repeated in the edition of ; in Dr. Praesta, beata Trinitas, concede, simplex Unitas, ut fructuosa sint tuis haec parcitatis munera.
Audi, benigne Conditor (Guillaume Dufay)
Neale “O Maker of the world, give benivneand E. Multum quidem peccavimus, sed parce confitentibus, tuique laude nominis 2 confer confitor languidis. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.
Assigned in the Roman Breviary of to Vespers between the Saturday after Ash Wednesday and Passiontide, it had been sung also at Lauds in many places before the Reformation.
The Auudi Youth’s Hymn Book: Hear, our all-gracious Father, hear. At Canterbury from a manuscript at Lambeth, No. The first four strophes each contain a reference to human infirmity and a request for divine assistance; the fifth concludes this simple theme with a prayer that the Trinity will make our fasting fruitful. Gregory the Great Gregory I.