Proprium de Tempore is the third section of each volume of the breviary. It contains the variable parts of the Sunday office and the first nocturn lessons of week-days. First published in 1947, this organ accompaniment book has in modern notation all of the seasonal propers for the liturgical year.
Dr. Bragers organ accompaniment series contains the Proprium de Tempore (Propers of the Seasons), all the Gregorian chant propers for Sundays and seasonal feast days, such as the Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, Tract, Sequence, Offertory, Communion.
Throughout the entire book, the organ notation is underscored by the Latin words, each hyphenated under the appropriate note.
Handily included at the bottom of each page the English (and French, as this edition was not intended just for Americans) translation of the Latin texts are situated under the notation. Fully indexed, all notations and text are in printed in black ink on medium stock paper to ensure durability, while the spacious comb-binding gives the organist easy and quick access.
Proprium de Tempore: The Proper of the Time | Le Propre du Temps: Gregorian Chant Accompaniment in 2 Volumes. Organ Music for Traditional Latin Mass in modern notation.
Volume I: From Advent to Easter / De l’Avent à Pâques
Volume II: From Easter to Advent / De Pâques à l’Avent
436 pages, 2 Volumes, Softcover.