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Therefore let penal laws, if they have been sleepers of long, or if they be grown unfit for the present time, be by wise judges confined in the execution: Judicis officium est, ut res, ita tempora rerum, etc.
Item sunt duo campanarii, qui debent esse iuvenes humiles, et apti ad serviendum cappellae, et debent obedire officialibus cappellae in his solum, quae concernunt divinum officium.
Quapropter haerebimus Marthae, ne humanitatis officium deseramus.
Iniunctum nobis desuper apostolice servitutis officium, cui, disponente domino, presidemus, nos compellit ut circa Cathedralium etiam Metropolitanarum ecclesiarum ac illis presidentibus personarum quarumlibet statum salubriter et prospere dirigendum paternis et solicitis studlis intendamus, et que in earum preiudicium ac ecclesiastice libertatis contemptum, quomodolibet processisse comperimus, cassemus, revocamus et annulemus prout id conspicimus in domino salubriter expedire.
The 1597 Officium was not the first published version of the basilica's Holy Week liturgy: in January 1566 (modern style) Giovanni Vitale, who had been appointed a priest at St Mark's in 1555 specifically to prepare new copies of the basilica's prayer book and Gradual, had been authorized by the procurators to send for publication his manuscript edition of the Office which had been previously commissioned by them.
Jordi Savall has also been experimenting with various combinations of voices and instruments, though recently with music from a somewhat later period than the Cantigas, The recording by Hesperion XX and the Capella Reial de Catalunya, under Savall's direction, of Morales's Officium defunctorum and five-part Missa pro defunctis is one of the most extraordinary recordings of 16th-century music I have ever heard.
Sed in alio sensu dicebantur diaconissae quam hodie diaconus; numquam enim habuit femina illud officium quod modo habet diaconus.
13) tiene como anexo cinco himnos eucaristicos de santo Tomas en la lengua original latina, que Leo Elders contextualiza y explica brevemente: el himno Adoro Te devote, atribuido ya con seguridad al Aquinate, y los cuatro himnos del Officium de Festo Corporis Christi: Pange lingua, Sacris Solemniis, Verbum supernum y Lauda Sion Salvatorem.
En la primera escena --lo mejor de la obra--, Antonieta se quita la vida en el interior de la catedral de Notre Dame en Paris mientras un coro masculino entona fragmentos del officium defunctorum.
Quibus omnibus perpensis et consideration quoque habita meae aetatis, decisi procedere ad nominationem Vicarii auxiliaris, cuius officium expresse praevidetur in n.
Pero gracias a esos pocos estudios sabemos que el termino "musica catedralicia" se refiere a todos los servicios religiosos de un ano liturgico, donde se incluian el officium divinum (musica latina) y villancicos (canciones de alabanza en la lengua vernacula).
Desde Ciceron, en su tratado conocido como De officiis y en el cual ya se percibe un desarrollo de la nocion de oficio que lo vincula con algunas de las principales tematicas que aborda la etica, pasando por su seguidor Ambrosio, quien transfiere el officium ciceroniano a la Iglesia catolica para fundar la praxis de los sacerdotes, el capitulo profundiza, en consonancia con la presentacion de la efectualidad del capitulo anterior, en lo que denomina "la ontologia del oficio".