PODCAzT 124: Advent Vespers hymn in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms compared

In this rapid PODCAzT I return to a hymn I dissected a few years ago in another of these audio projects, the hymn for Vespers during Advent, Conditor or Creator alme siderum, in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Roman Rite.

I give a rapid and brutally literal translation and sing the hymns so you can hear the differences.

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4 Responses to PODCAzT 124: Advent Vespers hymn in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms compared

  1. APX says:

    That was quite interesting and most informative. BTW: I can no longer listen to O Come O Come Emanuel anymore without thinking of blue vestments.

  2. Lurker 59 says:

    Thank you very much Father. This is a wonderful start for Advent for me.

  3. This is very interesting and useful, Father, thank you!

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