This book is essentially the exact same as the Liber Usualis used by priests, monks, sisters and seminarians except that it had been shortened from around two thousand pages to eight hundred. The Liber Brevior is perfect for all small choirs that are forming today because it contains almost all the Gregorian Chant they will ever need without the addition of the Divine Office. Also, there are two sets of Graduals, Alleluias, and Tracts—the full-length Gregorian propers AND simpler psalm tone versions of the same music. Additional chants are included in honor of the Blessed Sacrament, the Virgin Mary, and more i. Special chants for the liturgical seasons are included as well. The Liber Brevior contains almost every Gregorian Chant piece the normal church choir will need.
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Gregorian Chant Book for the Extraordinary Form pages, hardcover, 7. Additional chants are included in honor of the Blessed Sacrament and the Virgin Mary and more. Special chants for the liturgical seasons are included as well.
This excllent edition includes also a supplement with five Masses that were not included in the edition — St. Joseph the Worker, the Queenship of Mary, St. And we updated the moveable feast chart that goes up to the year This edition of the Liber Brevior works perfectly for the celebration of the Extraordinary Form Missal and will only miss a few proper settings for saints canonized between and , such as St. Martin de Porres. For those parishes who celebrate the Holy Week services according to the Missale Romanum, using the edition of the Liber Brevior will require careful consultation with the Missal as there were some liturgical modifications in those years.
Small choirs will be pleased to see that the Liber Brevior includes easier Psalm-tone settings for Graduals, Alleluias and Tracts in an appendix in the back of the book. Thus the Liber Brevior has fewer pages, a mere
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