Here are the chants for the next two Sundays:
Below are links for all four Sundays of Advent for the Three Year Cycle:
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 17)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 18)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 19)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 20)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 21)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 22)
Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 23)
The Magnificat antiphon varies for the fourth Sunday based on the calendar day, so seven booklets are potentially needed!
With respect to the O Antiphons, here is a simple four-page booklet with the Dominican «O Antiphons», and here is a more elaborate twelve-page booklet with the same, but with translations and source references.
Here is a more elaborate twelve-page booklet with the same, but with translations and source references.
The antiphons are adapted from the Antiphonarium O.P. (1933).
conveniently provides recordings of each antiphon by the Dominican students of Blackfriars, Oxford.
Graduale: Third Sunday of Advent
The two gradual/responsorium chants are quite different in this edition than in the Suarez book, with respect to text underlay and some other issues, following the manuscripts. In the Officium I have kept the traditional Dominican verse, also from Phil 4, rather than the psalm verse given in the Graduale Romanum.
Here are the booklets for this Sunday, the Last Sunday in Ordinary Time:
The gradual chants are all modern, so I have not compared them against any manuscripts, but have proof-read them with the 1950 Graduale.
The Vespers chants are partially from the Antiphonale Romanum and partially from the Antiphonarium O.P. I have decided to start marking the sources more explicitly. In the Graduale project I’ve been indicating [GR] in the text source area only when they are from the Graduale Romanum, given that the preponderance of chants are from the Graduale O.P.; in the case of the Vespers, given the structure of the new rite, the numbers from the AR and OP traditions will be about equal, so perhaps it is better to indicate both.