1, Audi, benígne Cónditor, Nóstras préces cum flétibus, In hoc sácro jejúnio. Fúsas quadragenário. Thou loving Maker of mankind, / Before Thy throne we pray. AUDI BENIGNE CONDITOR A Lenten hymn formerly attributed to Pope Gregory the Great (Migne), but now dated as late as the early ninth century (Szövé. Authoritative information about the hymn text Audi, benigne Conditor, with lyrics.
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Drummond “O merciful Creator! Its English translators include W. Your donations help us do that.
Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. Gregory the Great The text is also in Danieli.
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Contributed to his English Hymnaltoin 5 stanzas of 4 lines. Manual of Catholic Melodies d9.
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This is found in a Rheinau manuscript of fonditor 10th century see Danieliv. This has been repeated in the edition of ; in Dr. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.
Translations not in common use: Notes Audi, benigne Conditor. Audi, benigne Conditor Author: Two hymns, beginning with this same stanza, are in common use 1 in the Parish Hymn Book ; and 2 in Chope’s Hymnal, The latter is the Parish Hymn Book text, with another stanza ii. Click the Donate button below to be taken to a secure giving site.
Gregory the Great Date: The Catholic Youth’s Hymn Book: Hear, our all-gracious Father, hear.
In the British Museum it is found in three manuscripts of the 11th century Harl. Gregory’s Works see Migne’s Patrologiatom. The Catholic Youth’s Hymn Book Pott was one of those “Compilers,” and that to him this arrangement is mainly due.
Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. Appeared in the Hymnal Noted,from whence it passed into Murray’s Hymnal, and several later collections.
Assigned in the Roman Condtor of to Vespers between the Saturday after Ash Wednesday and Passiontide, it had been sung also at Lauds in many places before the Reformation.
The first four strophes each contain a reference to human infirmity and a request for divine assistance; the fifth concludes this simple theme with a prayer that the Trinity will make our fasting fruitful. Thou loving Maker of mankind. Retrieved December 31, benignr Encyclopedia.