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SaTrIaNi
04.01.02, 10:53 AM
meron po ba kayong alam na songbooks about taize and chants? konti lang po kase ang alam kong chants :) thanks in advance :)

bajo
04.01.02, 09:37 PM
Kailangan ko rin po ito...
San kaya makakabili?

june ann
04.01.03, 11:09 AM
happy new year satriani and jojo! you mean you both like taize prayer? i love it too....medyo limited yata ang copy ng Taize Chants songbook. Kailangan talaga mag-order. You can try from the following distributors.Just got this from taize website, www.taize.fr
GODBLESS!

Claretian Communications,
U.P.P.O. Box 4,
Quezon City 1101.
tel: 921 3984
fax: 921 7429
email: claret@cnl.net

FSP = Daughters of Saint Paul,
Central House,
2650 F.B. Harrison Street,
1300 Pasay City.
tel: 831 6864
fax: 833 7257

SPP = Saint Paul Publications,
7708 St Paul Road,
1203 Makati, MM.
MCPO box 1722, Makati, 1299, MM.
tel: 895 9701
fax: 890 7131
email: stpauls@skynet.net

vannie
04.01.03, 12:02 PM
Kuya
tanong mo rin kung magkano :)

bajo
04.01.03, 08:19 PM
Hi June Ann,

Happy New Year! Thanks sa info. Hindi na tayo nakapagchat, christmas break kase, bihira ako mag-online. Sa monday pasok na ulit.

God Bless.


happy new year satriani and jojo!

SaTrIaNi
05.05.11, 04:17 PM
mayroon na po akong book about taize, nabili ko po ito sa halagang 70 Php po lamang :D kaso po sa taize camp po namin ko ito nabili nde ko alam kung sino ang distributor ng book, nde na po cya under ng Claretian Pub. :D

NikNoK
05.05.15, 01:50 PM
mayroon na po akong book about taize, nabili ko po ito sa halagang 70 Php po lamang :D kaso po sa taize camp po namin ko ito nabili nde ko alam kung sino ang distributor ng book, nde na po cya under ng Claretian Pub. :D


Wow.. galing naman, Congrats Satriani!

Meron na rin ako ng Taize Songbook.
Pinabili ko from a friend who's involved with NSYA.
It's only P50 though kasi sa secretariat eh.. ehem!
Muntikan na nga akong maubusan daw eh.. 5 copy
na lang daw yung natitira, binili daw kasi halos
ng Diocese of Antipolo.. hmmm, palagay ko kayo
yung nakaubos nun no? hahah!

How was the Taize Camp.. attend rin sana ako
niyan eh, kaso i was in Cebu and there's a conflict
cause were having youth leadership training there...

Hope magkita tayo in one of the Diocesan Activities...
Off topic: have u heard of the upcoming national youth ministers even to be held in San Fernando Pampanga this november? Im sure may Taize activites din dun... yahoo!

SaTrIaNi
05.05.27, 09:17 PM
hindi pa po kuya eh, pero baka i announce sa amin, meron ngang international taize convention last march organized din ng NSYA pero unfortunately walang naipadalang delegate sa amin gawa ng lahat ay busy at nagtitipid na rin para sa WYD hehehe, dito sa amin kuya nag ta2ize kami every first friday of the month, 7 pm po cya before the mass, napakameditative po nung place, punta po kayo minsan :D

SaTrIaNi
05.09.05, 03:22 PM
Brother Roger Founder of the Ecumenical Taize Community has passed away last August, Thank You very much Bro Roger

FelixBV
06.01.18, 11:17 PM
Hello,

Tungkol sa songbooks sa chant, puwede ang Graduale Romanum, na nagcocontain ng mga Entrance, Offertory and Communion antiphons, Graduals at Alleluias (with verses) for Sundays and feastdays of the year, na set in chant. Galing nga lang siya sa ibang bansa, hindi ako sigurago kung makakabili dito sa Pilipinas. Although availble naman online yung mga scores nya, hiwahiwalay nga lang. I-type nyo lang "Gregorian chant scores" o "Gregorian chant pdf" sa google marami na lalabas. Mostly in Latin nga lang siya.

May available din na translation ng Graduale Romanum sa English, na tinatawag na Anglican Use Gradual. Ginagamit siya ng mga Katoliko sa US na dating mga Anglican (Episcopalian). PDF siya na puwedeng i-download na libre dito: http://anglicanhistory.org/music/gradual/, at puwede rin naman nating gamitin, kung papayag yung Sacred Music Commision ng Diocese nyo (pumayag sa amin pero wala pa kaming chance na mag-introduce sa Misa...)

May ibang Catholic liturgical chant traditions din na non - Gregorian, na in English, for example yung prostopinije (chant tradition ng Byzantine Catholics sa western Ukraine, Czechoslovakia at ilang dioceses sa USA). Puwedeng makadownload ng mg PDF files ng mga ito dito: www.metropolitancantorinstitute.org (http://www.metropolitancantorinstitute.org).

God bless po sa ating lahat. :)

P.S. By the way, kung ipapasok sa Misa yung Gregorian chant settings ng Entrance, Offertory o Communion antiphons for that Mass ay hindi na kailangan ng permission ng Diocese... pero kailangan nga lang ng massive catechetical effort para ma-educate ang mga nagsismba. =)

Alexander
06.01.19, 10:24 PM
Felix,

I think this thread was never meant for LITURGICAL use, they just ask for books or links where TAIZE and CHANT can be found....

I suggest we read the history of the thread before posting... and this applies to ALL thread, so we can answer or reply accordingly...

A friendly advice from your moderator :D

FelixBV
06.01.20, 01:16 PM
Sir Alex,

Salamat po sa advice. Intention ko lang pong magprovide ng kaunting background info sa Graduale Romanum and the rest. Nagkataon lang po na puro chant na ginagamit sa Liturgy ang laman nun at ng Anglican Use Gradual. Siguro nature ko lang po talagang magbigay ng mahahabang mga explanations o background info. :)

Anyway, kung yung mga chants po ay gagamitin outside of Mass, marami din naman pong makikitang mga libreng pdf scores sa internet. Puwede sigurong i-type sa Google, "Gregorian chant hymns" or something like that. Mostly mga liturgical chants po ang lalabas doon, pero may mga chant hymns din naman pong kahit kadalasang ginagamit sa Liturgy ay puwedeng puwede gamitin for personal prayer (for example po Veni Sancte Spiritus or Adoro Te Devote).

God Bless po. :)

dangpogi
10.03.10, 03:25 PM
may bagong mga gawang taize songs ngayon ha..sabi lang nung friend ko..hehehe..

bluemurdock
10.09.24, 09:38 AM
hi. im not sure if ito yung appropriate thread, but im looking for lyrics sa mga taize songs.. particularly yun pong tagalog lyrics ng Laudate dominum and adoramus te domine (oooh- sambahin ka kristo hesus).. thank you po..

titopao
10.09.24, 10:00 AM
@Bluemurdock: First, the preliminaries: The official website of the Taize community:

http://taize.fr/en

has, in fact, a(n almost) complete collection of their chants--notation, translations and even MIDI files (of the voices AND accompaniments) on this page:

http://www.taize.fr/en_article10308.html

Since the Taize brothers discourage the copying of their lyrics and music sheet, I'll just show you the links to the songs you need:

Adoramus Te, O Christe
http://www.taize.fr/spip.php?page=chant&song=221&lang=en

Laudate Dominum
http://www.taize.fr/spip.php?page=chant&song=463&lang=en

(I don't see a reason why anyone should repost them on the Boards...hindi na nga ipinagdadamot ng Taize yung chants and MIDI files nila, so let's just pay them a courtesy by visiting their website :) )

Since there are no Tagalog translations on some of the chants...AFAIK, the "official" translation (based on an authorized recording in the Philippines named "Nabuhay Si Kristo" which is available on St. Paul's/Paulines stores) for these chants are:

Adoramus Te O Christe - Sambahin Ka Kristo Hesus
Laudate Dominum - Purihin ang Ating Diyos


Now...with regard to the "stanzas"...I happen to have (almost) all the books of Taize :) but for copyright reasons I'm not inclined to share them here (sorry! :P ). (And no meet-ups either :P) But let me share some thoughts on the stanzas. Dati, akala ko, you have to follow the stanzas that are on the piece. But the introduction to most (if not all) Taize books say that, in fact, you can compose your own words and music to the stanzas! The only consideration is that it should be in accordance with the mood of the music and should be in concordance with the original chant. In addition, they encourage simple melodies which should be in the classical style (as much as possible). No need to come up with fancy/high-noted melodies on this one, the simpler the better.

Which is why, for example, the stanzas in both the book version and the "Nabuhay si Kristo" version of "Adoramus Te O Christe" are mainly litanies about Jesus. Iba yung melodies and words na nasa book, and iba rin yung nasa "Nabuhay si Kristo" version (for example, the litanies were "Hesus, Anak ng Diyos", "Hesus, Walang-hanggang Liwanag", "Hesus, Mabuting Pastol", "Hesus, Diyos ng Kapayapaan", "Hesus, Bukal ng Buhay"). Kung tinatamad kayong mag-isip ng bagong stanza...just get a copy of the "Nabuhay si Kristo" and just use the stanzas they recorded, the stanzas are mostly in Tagalog and sometimes in English or Cebuano ;)

tuningspork
11.01.29, 05:37 PM
Just last month, nakahanap ako ng kopya ng book ng program and liturgy guide ng WYD '95.

Ang daming Taizé chants dun! Yung iba, translated pa. :)

tuningspork
11.03.27, 10:58 PM
@titopao, so kung naghahanap po ako ng verses sa chants (para hindi kami paulit-ulit sa chants at medyo maiba naman nang kaunti), bibili po ako nung "Nabuhay si Kristo" (na hopefully meron sa St. Paul's)?

Hmm, kung yung English verses po kaya, sa'n naman po kaya makakahanap nun?

Tenkz! :D

tuningspork
11.04.06, 05:48 PM
Yehey, may 3 bagong chants! :D

Benedictus Dominus Deus (25 March)
Jésus, ma joie (25 March)
Let all who are thirsty come (25 March)

vourgelouph09@gmail.com
11.05.27, 03:39 PM
maganda ang taize chants..pwede bang pangcommunion?