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THE MEDIEVAL MONASTIC PSALTER OF ORTHODOX ENGLAND, NOTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE of the Sarum Rite Monastic Office of the Portiforium of Saint Oswald of York and the Antiphonale Wigorniensis in accordance with the Holy Rule of Saint Benedict of Nursia _for use in Orthodox Monasteries of the Westem Rite VOLUME XXxXv The Proper of the Saints for the Julian Months of October (Part III) and November (Part I) (Quotations of the Psalms have been made from The Psalter According to the Seventy, translated by the Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Boston, Massachusetts, used by permission.) Autonomous Orthodox Metropolia of Milan and Aquileia, Western Europe and the Americas Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kiev St. Gregory’s Press Abbey of the Holy Name Monastery of Sts. Cyril and Methodios 100 Abbey Lane, Drinciceva 1 West Milford, NJ, U.S.A. Belgrade, Yugoslavia 2005 © St. Gregory's Press, 2005. All rights reserved. Imprimatur: H. Em., Most Rev. Archbishop % John (LoBue), Archbishop of the Archdiocese of New York and New Jersey, Exarch of Canada Autonomous Metropolitan Orthodox Church of Milan and Aquileia, Western Europe and the Americas— Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kiev Y1| Oct. 23 / Nov. 5 — First Vespers of St. Romanus of Rouen, C.B. ly1 FEASTS OF OCTOBER (PART III) NB. At all Hours referred to in this Volume, all is to be done as given in Volume 1, the Psalter Outside Paschaltide, except for the replacement portions given in this Volume. October 23rd / November 5th FIRST VESPERS The Psalms The 1st Cantor alone RS ee begins chanting this Antiphon. The Friend of God, Ro-man-us. All respond: A-dor-ned with the pon-tif-i-cal pall, E x = as — did dem-on-strate ing un-to all men. N.B. When this Feast is kept on a Sunday only, First Vespers (i.e., on Saturday evening) continue as here given, but, when First Vespers are celebrated on a Sunday evening, they continue with the Psalms as given on pp.Y 3-Y 5, and on a Monday evening with the Psalms as given on pp.Y 5-Y 7, and on a Tuesday evening with the Psalms as given on pp.Y 8-Y9, and on a Wednesday evening with the Psalms as given on pp.Y 10-¥ 12, and on a Thursday evening with the Psalms as given on pp.Y 12-Y 14, and on a Friday evening with the Psalms as given on pp. ¥ 15-Y¥ 16 Tone 6 EE + Psalm 144, wy. 10 ~ 22. The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Ist Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the [irst set of brackets therein) Let all Thy works, O Lord, give praise | to Thee, Quire completes the verse: and let Thy right- | eous ones bléss Theé. ide of the Quire chants the entire next verse te Then, only the Ist Cantor's side of And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter. a the Glory of Thy King-dom shall | they speak, * and shall tell of | Thy do-min-ién, To make Thy. dominion known to the sbns | of mén, * and the Glory of the Majes-tp J of Thy ing-dém. a ‘hy Kingdom Is the Kingdom of all the | 4-gés, * and Thy sovereignty is in every generation and + gén-er-4-fidn. . aithful is the Lord in all | His words, * and Ho~ | ly in all His works. ‘The Lord upholdeth all that are | fall-ing, * and setteth up all | that are bro-ken déwn, ‘The eyes of all look to Theé | with hope, * and Thou gavest them their food {in due seé-sén. . ‘Thou 5~pen-est | Thy Hand, * and fillest every living thing | with Thy fa-vodr. Righteous is the Lord in all | His ways, * and Ho. sb in al His warks. ‘The Lord is Nigh unto all that call up- J én Him, * to all that | call on Him in Trath. ‘The will of them that fear Him shall Hé do; + and their supplic-a-tion shall | He héar, * And | He shall sive thém. 5 ‘The Lord preserveth all that | léve Him,* but all the sinners shall He | fit-ter-If des-tréy. + ‘My mouth shall speak the praise of | thé Lord; * and let all flesh bless His Holy ‘Name for ever, yea, for év- | er and év-ér. Glory be to the Fath-er, and t6 | the Son, * and | 16 the Hé-ly Ghést. AAs it was in the beginning, both ndw and | év-ér, * and unto the ages of | a-ges. A-mén. ¥2 Oct. 23 / Nov. § — First Vespers of St. Romanus of Rouen, C.B. | ¥ 2 bs tna ia Tone 6 EE Psalm 145. The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): Praise the Lord, © my soil; + I will praise the Lard in | mf life; * Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side of the Quire completes the verse: - T will chant unto My God for as long as I J have my bé-ing. ‘And then, only the Ist Cantor's side of the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: _ Trust ye not in | prin-cés, * in the sons of men, in whom there is | no sal-va-tién. ___ His spirit shall go, forth, and he shall re-tirn un-to | his Earth; * in that day all his | thoughts shall pér-ish. : - Bless-ed is he of whom the God of Jacob is His Help, + whose hope is in the Lérd | His Géd, * Who hath made Heaven and the Earth, the sea and | all that is there-in, . ‘Who keepeth Truth unto e-ter-ni-ty, +; Who executeth jadg-ment for | the wréng’d, * Who giveth food un- | to the hin-gr. ‘i 7 ‘The Lord lods-eth the fét- | ter-éd; * the Lord | ma-keth wise the blind. ‘The Lord setteth a-right the | fal-Ien; * the Lord lov- | eth the righ-teoss. ‘The Lord. preserveth the pros-d-ytes; + He shall adopt for His own the @r-phan and | wid-6w; * and the way of sin- | ners shall Hé des-tréy. ‘The Lord shall be King iin-to e-tér- | nit-9, * Thy God, O Syon, unto generation and | gén-er-: Glory be to the Fath-er, and t6 | the *K Sén, * and | to the H6-ly Ghést. ‘Asi was in the beginning, both now and | év-ér, * and unto the ages of La-ges. A-mén. Psalm 146: The Ist Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): Praise ye the Lord, for a Psalm is a | good thing; * Then, only the 1st Cantor's side of the Quire completes the verse: let praise be swest | un-to Oar Géd. And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side of the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: The Lord, buildeth ‘ip Jer-G-{ sa-lém; * He shall gather together the dis-pér- | sed of Is-ra-él. F He healeth the bro-ken | in hefrt, * and bindeth their fric- | tures to-géth~ér. He numbereth the mil-ti-tude 6f | the stirs, * and cail- | eth them all by name. Great is Our Lord, and great is | His stréngth; * and of His understanding there | is no meas-dre. - ‘The Lord lif-teth Gp | the meék, * but humblefh | sin-ners t6 the Earth. Begin your song to the Lord with thanks- | giv-ing; * chant dn- | to God with the harp, f ‘To Him that covereth Heav-en | with clodds, * Who pre-par- | eth rain for the Eérth, A Who maketh grass to grow on the J moiin-tains, * and green herb for the | sér-vice 6f man, "Who giveth 3 the bedsts J their foéd,* and to the younglings of the ravens which | call up-6n Him. . He shall not delight in the stréngth of | 4 hérse, * nor in the legs of man is | He well Pleas-éd. - ‘The Lord is well Pleas-ed in thém that | feér Him, * and in them that hdpe J in His mér-cf. Glory be to the Fath-er, and t6 | the Sén, * and | t6 the Hé-ly Ghést. As, it was in the beginning, both ndw and | év-ér, * and unto the ages of La-ges. A-mén. ¥3| Oct. 23 / Nov. 5 — First Vespers of St. Romanus of Rouen, C.B. | ¥ 3 +. beat te tne Tone 6 EE = aA Psalm 147: The Ist Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 4th Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): Praise the Lord, O Jer-G- | sa-lem; * Then, only the ist Cantor's side of the Quire completes the verse: Braise Thy { God, 0 Sf-6n. And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side of the Quire'chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: or He hath strengthen-ed the bars of | thy gates * He hath bless-ed thy | sOns with-in thd. _ He bringeth peace up-on thy | bor-dérs, * and with the fatness of the | wheat He fill-eth thee. e He sendeth His say-ing un-t6 | the Earth; * right swift-ly | rin-neth His Wérd. He piv eth His snow lke rool * the mist He sprink- {eth like sh. He hurleth His ice like | mor-séls. * Who shall | stand be-fore His c6ld? He shall send forth His Word and | mélt them; * His wind shall blow and the | wat-ers shall flow. es He declareth His Word un-to | J4-c6b; * His statutes and jiidg- | ments to is-ra-dl. He hath not dealt so with év—ry | na-tion, * nor hath He shown His | jfidg-ments Gn-to thém Glory be to the Fath-er, and t6 | the & Sén, * and J 0 the Hé-ly Ghost. As it was in the begining, bth now and év-er * and nto the ages of» & ges Aumén. fr Then, E = x —— = All repeat: The Friend of God, Ro-man-us, a-dor-ned with the pon-tif-i-cal pall, did dem-on-strate him-self to be lov-ing un-to all men. Vespers now continue as given on p. Y 17 Psalms for Vespers on Sunday Tone 6 ESE z Psalm 109: The Ist Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Ist Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): ‘The Lord said un-to | Mj Lord: * Then, only the 1st Cantor's side of the Quire completes the verse: “Sit Thoi | at My Right Hand, ‘And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side of the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two. sides alternating the verses thereafter: “Until I make Thine én- | em-fes * the Fodt- | stool of Thy Feet. “4 sceptre of power shall the Lord send unto Theé out of | Sf-6n; * rule Thou In the midst | of Thine én-em-ies. “With Thee is dominion in the day of Thy power, in the splén-dour 6f | Thy Saints; * from the womb before the morning star have | I be-gét-ten Theé.” ‘The Lord hath sworn and will n6t | re-pént: * “Thou art a Priest for ever, after the order | 6f Mel-chis-ed-ék.” é ‘The Lard at Thy | Right Hand * hath broken kings in the | day of His wrath. He shall judge among the nations, He shall fill them with dead | béd-ies; * He shall crush the heads of man- | y up-6n the Earth. He shall drink of the brook in | thé way; * therefore shail | He lift Gp His Hedd. Glory be to the Fath-er, and t6 | the * Sén, * and | to the Hé-ly Ghést. As_it was in the beginning, both now and | év-ér, * and unto the ages of Ua-ges. A-mén.

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