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  • The words sung on that sound file are those of Iste Confessor, not Quod chorus vatum.

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  • Quod chorus vatum is attributed to attributed to Rabanus Maurus (ca.776-856), and is another hymn in Sapphic meter (11 11 11 5).

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  • One hymn, though, that I haven't come across before is Quod chorus vatum, sung to tune #56:

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  • O nimis felix meritique celsi nesciens labem nivei pudoris, prepotens martyr heremique cultor, maxime vatum!

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  • Caeteri tantum cecinere vatum corde praesago iubar adfuturum;

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  • Now the _genus irritabile vatum_, even when their thoughts, as Carlyle put it, "enrich the blood of the world," have very generally appeared to the plain man of goodwill as very defective in the art of living.

    Cambridge Essays on Education

  • This was as true of Tennyson, Browning, Matthew Arnold, and all the _genus irritabile vatum_, as of the politicians and the men of action.

    Victorian Worthies Sixteen Biographies

  • 'Quid Varios Marsosque loquar, ditataque vatum nomina, magnus erit quos numerare labor?'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Thebais urgebat priscorum exordia vatum; tu cantus stimulare meos, tu pandere facta heroum bellique modos positusque locorum monstrabas.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Phyllidas Hypsipylas, vatum et plorabile siquid, cliquat ac tenero subplantat verba palato.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal


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