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The second Termination begins two syllables before the last accent (natural or adventitious) and the last accent may be followed by one, two, or three syllables which are sung on the Dominant.
TONUS PEREGRINUS
NOTE: This Tone is sung to the Psalm In exitu out­side Paschal time. It may be found, printed in full, in the Vesperale for the second Vespers of a Sunday. In Paschal time, however, the same psalm is sung to the seventh tone.
The Tone for the Psalms in Pretiosa; in the Preces for Benefactors before and after Dinner or Supper; when carrying a corpse to the grave and in the return of the procession; in the procession after Mass for the Dead; and in the psalms for the burying of the dead,—is as follows:—
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