FINGERGULL - In festo susceptionis sanguinis Domini

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1 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona: Super precipuos 01:06 352/24 Album only
2 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona: Ecce advenit dominator Deus 00:44 352/24 Album only
3 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona: Salus aeterna nobis 00:46 352/24 Album only
4 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona: Christus Deus noster 00:46 352/24 Album only
5 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona: Exultemus in Domino 00:59 352/24 Album only
6 Ad primas vesperas, responsorium: Jesu bone 03:35 352/24 Album only
7 Ad primas vesperas, hymne: Salve lux mundi 03:06 352/24 Album only
8 Ad primas vesperas, antiphona ad Magnificat: Ave pater gloriosae 01:43 352/24 Album only
9 Ad matutinas, antiphona ad invitatorium: Filie Sion venite 03:05 352/24 Album only
10 Ad matutinas, hymnus: Christe redemptor omnium 03:10 352/24 Album only
11 In primo nocturno, antiphona: Auctor salutis omnium 02:29 352/24 Album only
12 In primo nocturno, antiphona: Beata vere civitas 02:29 352/24 Album only
13 In primo nocturno, antiphona: Clementissime Domine 03:41 352/24 Album only
14 In primo nocturno, responsorium: Dignus es, Domine 02:08 352/24 Album only
15 In primo nocturno, responsorium: O vere digna hostia 02:22 352/24 Album only
16 In primo nocturno, responsorium: Domine Jesu Christe 04:09 352/24 Album only
17 In secundo nocturno, antiphona: Domine rex omnipotens 03:06 352/24 Album only
18 In secundo nocturno, antiphona: Gregem tuum Domine 01:55 352/24 Album only
19 In secundo nocturno, antiphona: Da, benignissime Deus 02:10 352/24 Album only
20 In secundo nocturno, responsorium: Verbum patris aeterni 03:16 352/24 Album only
21 In secundo nocturno, responsorium: Primogenito patris 01:49 352/24 Album only
22 In secundo nocturno, responsorium: Completis scriptis 03:01 352/24 Album only
23 In tertio nocturno, antiphona: Gratia Dei per Jesum Christum 03:09 352/24 Album only
24 In tertio nocturno, antiphona: Domine fons misericordiae 03:32 352/24 Album only
25 In tertio nocturno, antiphona: Ave regum rex et Domine 02:58 352/24 Album only
26 In tertio nocturno, responsorium: Sanguis tuus Domine 02:15 352/24 Album only
27 In tertio nocturno, responsorium: Gratia dominica 02:07 352/24 Album only
28 In tertio nocturno, responsorium: Summa laus 03:08 352/24 Album only
29 Ad laudes, antiphona: Crux benedicta nitet, Dominus 00:32 352/24 Album only
30 Ad laudes, antiphona: Salvator mundi, salva nos 00:39 352/24 Album only
31 Ad laudes, antiphona: Orabat Christus in caelum 01:00 352/24 Album only
32 Ad laudes, antiphona: Redemisti nos, Deus 00:42 352/24 Album only
33 Ad laudes, antiphona: Ecce de quo Johannes dicit 00:43 352/24 Album only
34 Ad laudes, hymnus: Magne Deus potentiae 02:01 352/24 Album only
35 Ad laudes, Antiphona ad Benedictus: Laetentur omnes populi 02:01 352/24 Album only
36 Ad secundas vesperas, antiphona ad Magnificat: Rex seculorum 01:51 352/24 Album only

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℗ © 2015 2L (Lindberg Lyd, Norway)


«Blóð várs herra Jesv Christi kom til Niðar ós» (The blood of our Lord Jesus Christ came to Nidaros). With these words the Icelandic Annales regii for 1165 record the arrival of a drop of Christ's blood in Nidaros, today's Trondheim, in Norway. What had arrived was a precious relic, and, if the information given in the Icelandic annals about the arrival of a holy blood relic to Nidaros is correct, then it was in fact one of the first places to receive such a prominent relic. Today the Nidaros holy blood relic has disappeared, and many regard the medieval cult of relics as repellent, heathen and, indeed, utterly fanciful. However, if we choose to focus on the main idea lying behind the cult of the holy blood – namely the theme of the redemption of mankind flowing from a substance that descends from the divine – we might perhaps understand the cult's long-standing attraction. This attraction is still operative: who amongst us enlightened contemporaries has not been fascinated by books and films likeThe Da Vinci Code or Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, which are really just remakes of a tradition traceable through Richard Wagner's Lohengrin or Parsifal back to Chrétien de Troyes's 12th century grail stories and the medieval legends about Mary Magdalene? Schola Sanctae Sunnivae and conductor Anne Kleivset have worked on this material for many years, and they give here the first complete recording of the "Holy Blood office".