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1883 Proprium Missarum de Tempore (3 of 3)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1883 Proprium Missarum de Tempore (3 of 3) — F.X. Haberl & Jos. Hanisch

• Organum comitans ad Graduale romanum quod curavit Sacrorum rituum congregatio. • Fr X. Haberl; Joseph Hanisch • 1883 Editio Secunda • Ratisbonæ, Neo Eboraci [New York] & Cinncinnatii. Sumtibus, chartis et typis Friderici Pustet. S. Sedis Apostolicae Typographi. • Evidently (by the Prefaces) the first edition was in 1874, and this 1883 editions includes:
     (1) PROPRIUM MISSARUM de SANCTIS : : (pages 1-132) starting in November and ending in November.
     (2) COMMUNE SANCTORUM : : (pages [1] to [140]) and at the end of those two, there is an index to both. This is also the end of the FAT notes.
     (3) PROPRIUM MISSARUM de TEMPORE : : starts with the first Sunday of Advent and goes through 220+ pages, including various “extras” like Hymns and Gloria Patri tones, and several ad libitum Votive Masses. •
This whole book only includes INTROITS, OFFERTORIES, and COMMUNIONS. • At the end of this was included the below 1881 KYRIALE of Witt (“editio tertia”), with his 1880 Preface (no. 3). •