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Verse of the Gradual "Haec dies" when sung on Wednesday of Easter week

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Title: Verse of the Gradual "Haec dies" when sung on Wednesday of Easter week
- Attribution -  
Discipline: Western
Language of chant text: Latin
Notation family: Aquitanian
Notation species: unpitched
Date range:  [unavailable]
Rite: GREG
Service: Mass
Genre: Gr      Subtype: GrV
Occasion: Fer. 4 p. Pascha
- Accession -  
Incipit: Dextera Domini fecit virtutem
Siglum: F-Pn lat. 903; 'StYrieix'
Location: p 157 line 10
CAO: 8414d     
Concordance: S
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Dimensions of manuscript:
Height = [unavailable]. Width = [unavailable]
- Bibliographic References -  
• Cf., Liber Usualis (1934) p. 793.
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Project:  The NEUMES Project
Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Thomas Forrest Kelly, Principal Investigator.
Transcription Version:  0.1b      Date:  18 August 2002
Transcriber:  Louis W. G. Barton
Description:  Partial transcription for software testing
Transcription Version:  1.0      Date:  30 September 2002
Transcriber:  Jacqueline Elemans
Description:  Complete verse transcription for software testing
Edition comments:  view
Transcription Version:  1.1      Date:  23 November 2002
Transcriber:  Jacqueline Elemans
Description:  Revised transcription to test new Aquitanian symbols
Edition comments:  view
Copyright notice: Copyright © 2002 by The President and Fellows of Harvard College. Contains software or other intellectual property licensed from Louis W. G. Barton, copyright © 1995-2001 by Louis W. G. Barton.

 Edited chant text:
 (Haec dies,) Dextera Domini fecit virtutem, dextera Domini exaltavit me.
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Verse  
 [ verse ]
Dex 
[ 0 ]
te 
[ +(3) ]
ra 
[ +(2) +(2) ]
do 
[ = -(2) -(2) -(2) +(2) -(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(3) -(3) ]
 
[ +(2) ]
 
[ +(3) = ]
 
[ +(2) +(2) -(2) +(2) ]
 
[ -(3) +(3) ]
 
[ +(2) -(3) -(2) = -(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(2) +(2) -(2) -(2) +(2) ]
 
[ +4 +(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(2) -(2) -(2) ]
mi 
[ +(2) -(2) ]
ni 
[ = ]
fe 
[ +(3) ]
 
[ -(3) +(3) -(2) -(2) ]
cit 
[ = ]
vir 
[ = ]
tu 
[ +(2) -(3) ]
 
[ +(3) -(2) -(2) = -(3) ]
 
[ +(3) = -(3) +(3) ]
 
 [* ut supra ]
tem 
[ -(3) ]
dex 
[ +(3) = ]
 
 [ custos ]
te 
[ = ]
ra 
[ = +(2) ]
do 
[ = -(2) -(2) -(3) ]
 
[ +(2) +(3) -(2) -(3) ]
 
[ +(2) +(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(3) +(2) -(3) -(3) ]
mi 
[ = ]
ni 
[ = +(3) -(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(2) +(3) = -(3) +(3) = -(2) -(2) +(2) ]
 
[ -(3) = -(3) ]
ex 
[ = +(3) +(2) ]
 
[ +(3) -(2) -(2) +(2) ]
al 
[ -(3) +(2) ]
ta 
[ +(3) -(3) ]
vit 
[ +(3) +(2) ]
me 
[ = +(2) ]
 
[ -(3) -(2) ]
 
[ +(2) +(2) ]