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Christi martir "Antiphon from the Office of St Killian, 12th century"

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sh4m69 St Kilian (who became bishop of Würzburg) and his companions Colman and Totnan were Irish peregrini who traveled and proselytized in the areas of Franconia and East Thuringia, where they were …More
sh4m69 St Kilian (who became bishop of Würzburg) and his companions Colman and Totnan were Irish peregrini who traveled and proselytized in the areas of Franconia and East Thuringia, where they were martyred sometime around the year 689.
Text and music: Kilian Fragment (12th century), from Schottenstift, Vienna.
Translation song:
O martyr of Christ, saint Kilian, who by contending
for the name of God earned a crown of eternal honour,
may all who celebrate your rites rejoice
that by your intervention they have joy in heaven forever.

Performers: Altramar Ensemble
The Schottenstift or Scottish Abbey is a Roman Catholic monastery founded in Vienna in 1155 when Henry II brought irish monks to Vienna.
In the early Middle Ages, Irish monks were actively involved in missionary work. Ireland was known in Latin as "Scotia Major"; therefore, in German, Irish monks were called "Schotten" (Scots) or "Iroschotten". The monasteries that they founded were called "Schottenklöster". In the foundation documents of the Schottenstift, Henry II specified that it was to be occupied exclusively by these "Iroschotten" ("Solos elegimus Scottos").

A large collection of fragments dating to the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, most of them with music notation, was discored at the Irish foundation in Vienna, the Schottenstift.
Among their contents are materials for the veneration of irish saints (Patrick, Brigid, Columba, Kilian, Báethgen), including a copy of the vespers hymn for the office of St.Patric. The fragments represent five or six antiphonals, one troper, two graduals, one breviary, one sacramentary, and one manuscript containing chants for both daily mass and the divine office. They are mostly in plainsong notation, and were written by Irish or Irish-trained scribes.
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Adrian III, Pope
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Aquila the Tent Maker
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Glyceria of Heraclea
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