[quote="drforjc, post:16, topic:305272"]
Hopefully we will also get better hymns. I personally use the latin hymns in Liber Hymnarius about 95% of the time.
That's what I use for the hymns unless I'm reciting away from home (at the office, while traveling, etc.)
At home, I use "Les Heures Grégoriennes", a Latin-French diurnal antiphonary published by the community of St. Martin in France. It's noted for Gregorian chant, and the hymns are from the Liber Hymnarius (the community received help from Solesmes to produce it). It's in 3 volumes (Advent-Christmas-Ordinary Time, Lent and Eastertide, and Sanctoral). There is no OOR. I chant Lauds and Vespers in Latin, mid-day hour (and Terce and None too) in Latin when I work from home (2 days/wk), and the OOR I chant recto-tono in French with the hymn from Liber Hymnarius. Compline I either chant in French (weekdays) or Latin (Sundays) when I can, otherwise when I'm too tired (most of the week!) I recite it in bed before going to sleep, in French.
At work I recite Terce, Sext (mid-day prayer) and None in French with the hymn in LOTH, which are on an octosyllabic dimeter.