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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

1. Ps. 51. Miserere mei, is used at the beginning of the Office.

2. After a brief prayer follows Ps. 29 as an Anthem.

3. Ps. 77:16, is sung as an Antiphon to the Gospel.

4. The prayer of anointing with the “oil of gladness” (Ps. 45:7,) occurs.

D. SYRO-JACOBITE OF EDESSA. a.

1. Ps. 51 is sung at the beginning, between the strophes of a long anthem.

2. A. cento from Ps. 29 follows, intercalated with Alleluias.

3. Ps. 77:16 and 114:3, 5, are sung after the Prayer of the Incense.

b. ANOTHER FORM FOR GIRLS.

1. Ps. 51. Miserere, as before.

2. Ps. 45:1–3, with Alleluia.

3. Cento from Ps. 29 after the Prayer of Incense.








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