Rex Autem David: 2 Samuel 18:33 (Music of the Renaissance for Men"s Chorus)
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Rex Autem David: 2 Samuel 18:33 (Music of the Renaissance for Men"s Chorus) by Jameson Neil Marvin

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Published by Oxford University Press .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages6
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Open LibraryOL10128484M
ISBN 100193857286
ISBN 109780193857285

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{} Let your hands be strengthened, and be sons of fortitude. For even though your lord Saul has died, still the house of Judah has anointed me as king over them.” {} Abner autem filius Ner princeps exercitus Saul tulit Isboseth filium Saul, et circumduxit eum per castra, {} Then Abner, the son of Ner, the leader of the army of Saul. based on 2 Samuel , which notes that David covered his head, and the last line of the antiphon text, "would it had been given to me that I had died for thee," is based on the text from 2 Samuel Table 1: Sources oí Rex autem David antiphon6 Bamberg Antiphoner Compierne Antiphoner Antiphoner of Saint-Denis Ivrea Antiphoner. Download Citation | The Context and Tradition of King David's Lamentations | The texts of King David’s lamentations for his friend Jonathan (2 Samuel ) and his son Absalom (2 Samuel dixit autem rex ad Chusi estne pax puero Absalom cui respondens Chusi fiant inquit sicut puer inimici domini mei regis et universi qui consurgunt adversum eum in malum: The king therefore being much moved, went up to the high chamber over the gate, and wept.

David autem sedebat inter duas portas speculator vero qui erat in fastigio portae super murum elevans oculos vidit hominem currentem solum King James Version And David sat between the two gates: and the watchman went up to the roof over the gate unto the wall, and lifted up his eyes, and looked, and behold a man running alone. 2Sa - dixit autem rex ad Chusi estne pax puero Absalom cui respondens Chusi fiant inquit sicut puer inimici domini mei regis et universi qui consurgunt adversum eum in malum 2Sa Interlinear Bibles Cross-Refs Commentaries Dictionaries Misc. The texts of King David's lamentations for his friend Jonathan (2 Samuel ) and his son Absalom (2 Samuel and 2 Samuel ) are derived from the Biblical accounts. The first musical settings of David's lamentations (i.e., Montes Gelboe nec ros, Saul et Jonathas amabiles, Doleo super te, and Rex autem David) originate from medieval. David Guzik:: Gálatas 2 – Pablo defiende el Evangelio de la Gracia 2Ch - rex autem Syriae praeceperat ducibus equitatus sui dicens ne pugnetis contra minimum aut contra 2Ch - accidit autem ut unus e populo sagittam in incertum iaceret et percuteret regem Israhel inter cervicem et scapulas at ille aurigae suo ait converte.

{} Dixit autem Hiram rex Tyri per litteras, quas miserat Salomoni: Quia dilexit Dominus populum suum, idcirco te regnare fecit super eum. {} Then Hiram, the king of Tyre, said, by a letter that had been sent to Solomon: “Because the Lord loved his people, for this reason he appointed you to reign over them.”.   One of the plainsongs he discusses is the antiphon Rex autem David, and I would like to dwell on that a little. The text is based on David's lament for his third son Absolom, as recounted in the second book of Samuel (18, 33). According to John, this chant 'seems to make lamentation audible in not only in the words but also in the chant'. 10 Ant. Rex autem David (after II. Reg. , ) The Vulgate has ‘tribuit’. Matins. Invit. Laudemus Jesum Christum quia This invitatory is unique to Sarum in CANTUS. Related is also ‘Laudemus Jesum Christum in conversions’ {} for the Feast of St. Paul. Hymn. Nocte surgentes (see Psalter) ^ 2 Samuel 5 ^ 2 Samuel ^ Stassen, Glen Harold & Gushee, David P. Kingdom ethics: following Jesus in contemporary context, InterVarsity Press, p. ^ 2 Samuel 11 ^ 2Samuel –15 ^ 2 Samuel , King James Version ^ 1 Kings 1 ^ 1 Kings 2 ^ Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin. pp. a. ^ Jewish Encyclopedia Birthplace: Bethlehem.