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THE STANZAS.

DACTYLIC.

I. HEXAMETERS.–Pages 61, 69, 99, 152.

Sālvē í sānctă Pă|rēns, || 7 nixă păsērpěră | Rēgēm. II. HEXAMETERS RHYMED.—The second foot rhymes with the

fourth in each line, and the ends of the adjacent lines

rhyme in pairs. Pages 126, 127.
Hic brěvě | vivităr, || hic brěvě | plängităr, || hic brěvě | FLĒTĪR:

Nõn brev | cũdễrẽ, || nõn brevẽ | plãngỸr8 | rẽtribữ ETÜR.
III. ELEGIACS.—1 Hexameter + 1 Pentameter. Page 65.

Crūx běněsdictă ni/tēt, || Dómisnūs quā | cārně pěspendit,

Atquě crŭlorě să o ll vūlněră | nostră lăsvīt.
IV. 1 HEXAMETER + 1 Pentameter+ 1 Hexameter. Page 67.

V. 1 HEXAMETER + 2 Pentameters. Page 67.
VI. TETRAMETERS, 4 accentual dactyls; the caesura after the

second foot; the ends of adjacent lines rhyming in pairs
or fours. Page 176.

Cúr mundus ' militat || súb vàna | glória,

Cúius pro(spéritas || ést trànsistória ?
VII. TETRAMETERS.—2 Adonics in a verse, with alliteration or

irregular rhyme. Pages 86, 102.
(Allit.) Séd tìbì, | Sánctě, || Sólús 1/mágõ.
(Rhyme.) Nóctě diléquě || iunctă măsnébit,

Asbsquě mă rīt) || némě | výsdébit. VIII. TETRAMETER catalectic.—3 dactyls and a catalectic syllable, the adjacent lines rhyming in pairs. Page 6

Mártýris éceč di is Agathae

Virginis émicătéximiae. IX. DIMETER.-Two accentual dactyls, with varying rhymes. Pages 111, 131, 193.

Míttit ad virginem

Nón quèmvis | ángelum.
These hymns may also be scanned as iambic dimeter

brachycatalectic, No. XXIX.
X. ADONIC.—Dactyl+spondee. Page 196.

Plaídítě coéli. XI. Stanza of six verses.—1, 2, 4, 5, Adonics, rhyming in pairs;

3, 6, dactylic trimeters, rhyming. Page 188.

IAMBIC.

XII. TRIMETER.—6 iambics. Page 62.
XIII. Stanza of four lines.—1, 2, 3, iambic trimeters; 4, an Adon-

ic. Page 3. XIV. TRIMETER BRACHYCATALECTIC.—5 iambics. Page 199,

irregular verses. XV. DIMETER. 4 iambics with the interchangeable feet.

Pages 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 28 (2), 29, 33, 34, 36, 37 (2), 38, 39 (2), 40, 42, 55, 56,

57, 58, 59, 60, 66, 75, 77, 79, 81, 82. XVI. Stanzas of dimeters (2 or 4), rhyming in pairs of adjacent

lines. Pages 183, 184, 74, 98, 159, 160, 190. XVII. Stanzas of dimeters, rhyming in triplets. Page 206, and last stanza, page 148.

O filii et filiae
Rèx coélèstis, / rèx glórsiae

Mòrté surrexit hód ie.
XVIII. Stanza of dimeters, rhyming in fours. Page 122, 178.
XIX. Stanza of seven dimeters, verscs 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 6, 7

rhyming. Page 47. XX. Stanza of eight dimcters, rhyming in pairs of adjacent

lines. Page 199.

XXI. Stanza of eight dimeters, irregularly rhymed; verse 8 re

peating verse 1. Page 79. XXII. Stanza of four verses. 1, 2, dimeter, rhyming; 3, 4, trim

eter brachycatalectic (see XIV.), rhyming. Page 110. XXIII. Stanza of eight verses. 1, 3, dimeter, rhyming; 2, 4, 8,

dimeter catalectic (see XXVII.), rhyming; 5, 6, 7, dimeter brachycatalectic, rhyming.

Véni, | Creator Spir|itús,
Spiritus récreástor,
Tù dáng, tù đá tus coélitus,
Từ đó num tú | donÁTOR;
Tù léo, 1 tù digits,
A’lèns , et álitús,
Spíràns et spiritús,
Spirá tus ét / spirátor.

XXIV. Stanza of nine verses. 1, 3, dimeters; 2, 4, dimeter cata

lectic, rhyming; 5, 6, 7, acephalous dimeter brachycatalectic, 5 rhyming with 6; 8, dimeter brachycatalectic, rhyming with 7; 9, a dimeter catalectic, without rhyme. Page 211.

Arx firma Déjus nós ter ést,
Is tél um, quó | nitá mur;
Is éx|plicát | ex omnibús
Queis majlis implicámur.

Nám | cui sém per mús,
lám ter tér/ret nós;

Pér | astúm | per vim,
Saevám | levát | sitim;

Nil pár | in terris illi.

XXV. Stanza of four verses. 1, 3, dimeter, rhyming ; 2, 4, dim

eter brachycatalectic, rhyming. Page 178. XXVI. Stanza of six verses. 1, 3, 5, dimeter; 2, 4, 6, dimeter

acephalous; 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6 rhyming. Page
96.

Paschális fés|ti gaúsdiúm
Múndli replet ámbitúm ; etc.

XXVII. DIMETER CATALECTIC.—4 iambics, less the final sylla

ble. Page 195.

Crux á ve bénedict a,

Per té mors ést | devict a. XXVIII. Stanza of six verses. 1, 2, 4, 5, dimeter catalectic,

rhyming in pairs; 3, 6, dimeter brachycatalectic (3
iambics), rhyming. Page 170.

O és ca viató rum!
O pá|nis ángelorum!

O mán na coél/itúm! etc. XXIX. DIMETER BRACHYCATALECTIC. - 3 iambics. Pages 193, 111, 131.

Tandém | audi te mé

Siónis filiaé !
These hymns may be read as dactylic dimeters.

No. IX.

TROCHAIC.

XXX. TETRAMETER CATALECTIC.—8 trochees, less one sylla

ble. The caesura follows the fourth foot. Pages

45, 64, 71, 94, 208.

Pánge, 1 lingua, / glóri sóse || proéli úm certámi nís. XXXI. Same meter arranged in a stanza of two verses, thc

first a dimeter, the second à dimeter catalectic.

Page 168, etc. See XXXVI., XXXVII., XXXVIII. XXXII. TRIMETER CATALECTIC.—6 trochees, less one syllable.

Page 164.
Quaé sub | his figúris || vére | láti tás.
The first verse of this hymn has a syllable of ana-

crusis before beginning the regular meter.

Adóro | té de vote, 1| látens | Déi tás. XXXIII. DIMETER.—4 trochees, rhymes in pairs of adjacent

verses. Pages 100, 103, 104, 105, 156, 178, 179. XXXIV. Stanza of six dimeters, rhymed in pairs. Page 213.

XXXV. Stanza of three dimeters, rhymed in triplets. Page

154.

Dies | irae, | lies | illa
Sólvet | saéclum , in fasrilla,

Teste | David | cúm Sybilla.
XXXVI. Stanza of four verses. 1, 3, dimeters, rhyming; 2, 4,

dimeters catalectic, rhyming. Page 189. XXXVII. Stanza of six verses. 1, 3, 5, dimeters ; 2, 4, 6, dime

ter catalectic. Pages 51, 205. With alternate

rhymes. Page 168. XXXVIII. Stanza of eight verses. Two of No. XXXVI, united.

Page 49. XXXIX. Stanza of six verses. 1, 2 and 4, 5, dimeters, rhyming

in pairs; 3, 6, dimeters catalectic, rhyming. Pages
119, 138, 143, 145, 146, 149, 151, 157, 165, 171, 173,
197.

Stábat | máter | dolorósa
Iuxta | crúcem | lácrymosa

Dám pen | débat filius
Cúius | áni mám gementem
Cóntris tántem | ét dolentem

Pertrans ívit | gládi/us.
XL. Stanza of eight verses. 1, 2, 3 and 5, 6, 7, dimeters,

rhyming in triplets; 4, 8, dimeters catalectic,
rhyming. Pages 134, 140, and two stanzas, pages
167, 168, where also is a single stanza of ten verses,

1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, 7, 8, 9 rhyming in fours. XLI. Dimeters of two rhyming monometers, with alternate

dimeters catalectic, rhyming. Pages 130, 146, 191,
Lúmen | clárum || téne brárum

Sédi bús respléndu it;
Dúm salváre, || récre áre

Quód creávit, | vóluit.
XLII. Stanza of eight verses. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, dimeters of

two rhyming monometers; 4, 8, dimeters catalec-
tic, rhyming. Page 145, Hymn VII., in which see
other arrangements of rhymes in similar meters.

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