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Hymnaires cisterciens

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Milcamps, Raymond, 1901-1985. Hymnaires Cisterciens. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library, http://0-cdm16259-contentdm-oclc-org.librarycatalog.vts.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p16259coll5/id/16.

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Milcamps, 1. Hymnaires cisterciens. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library, http://0-cdm16259-contentdm-oclc-org.librarycatalog.vts.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p16259coll5/id/16.

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Milcamps, Raymond, 1901-1985. Hymnaires Cisterciens. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library, http://0-cdm16259-contentdm-oclc-org.librarycatalog.vts.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p16259coll5/id/16.

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  • A bibliography of general hymnary sources is followed (pp. 4-22) by a chronological listing of Cistercian hymns in manuscript and printed editions from 1138 to 1952. Some antiphons, graduals, and psalters are included, and the specific use of each hymn at offices or on feast days noted. Separate listings of manuscript hymns in honor of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, Stephen Harding and Edmond of Canterbury) (23-25) and non-liturgical hymns in honor of Cistercians and their friends (e.g. Thomas Becket, Malachy) (25-26), are followed by lists of holding libraries (27), manuscript provenance (28), proper names and first lines of hymns (29).
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