Amor patris et filii
Amor patris et filii. Latin, perhaps 12th century. This hymn is found in a number of manuscripts, including one from Liège, used by John Mason Neale* (Sequentiae ex Missalibus, 1852); one from the Benedictine foundation at St Lambrecht, Austria (Universitätsbibliothek Graz, MS. 409; see Anderson, 1972); and one in the British Library (MS. Burney 357). A facsimile of MS Burney 357 is printed in Volume I of Early English Harmony (Plainsong and Medieval Music Society, 1897), edited by Harry Ellis Wooldridge*, Plates 9-10, and a transcription and notes are in Volume II of EEH, edited by H.V. Hughes (PMMS, 1913). The notes give the provenance of MS Burney 357 as from the Cistercian Abbey at...
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