‘Nobilitate vigens Furseus’ – The Medieval Office of St Fursey

 

Fursey window Burgh Castle Church Norfolk (image from the Fursey Pilgrims website)
Fursey window
Burgh Castle Church
Norfolk
(image from the Fursey Pilgrims website)

‘Nobilitate vigens Furseus’ – The Medieval Office of St Fursey  by Ann Buckley was published by the Fursey Pilgrims in 2014. The publication was sponsored by the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society.

The volume contains the transcript of a lecture by Dr Buckley, together with her music edition of the Latin Office, plus an English translation.

The usual price is £15 plus P&P. There is a discount for paid-up PMMS members. Please contact admin@plainsong.org.uk for more information about the discount.

‘Nobilitate vigens Furseus’  can be ordered direct from The Fursey Pilgrims.

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  1. My cat’s name is Fursey Periwinkle, meaning Fursey Blue. He is a grey and white kitten with the name of an Irish saint. I play Irish music for him in the morning and evening. He is very sociable and loves purring. At sunset he looks out into the evening shadows through the trees and his head sways with the branches watching the light of sunset throught the branches while sitting on my chest of shoulders. Like Saint Fursey he sees in his mind vision of our Lord. Could you help me learn more about Saint Fursey

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