Tuesday within the Octave was another Double of the First Class, the Office being as on the Feast but with a proper versicle and response, lessons and responsories at the nocturn of Mattins and proper antiphons at the Benedictus and Magnificat and collects. At Vespers a commemoration was sung of St. Peter Canisius.
At the Hours there are no antiphons as noted in previous posts and the psalms are sung to the Paschal tone 2. In response to a comment the tone is below:
Today, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are all days within the Octave of semi-double rite. However, as the Octave is a Privileged one of the First Order, no feast of whatever rank may displace these days. The Office is as on the feast but the antiphons are not doubled at Mattins, Lauds and Vespers. The lessons, responsories etc are proper to each day. The Mass for each day of the Octave also has proper texts. Today a commemoration of St. Peter Canisus is sung at Lauds and in the Mass. At Mass the Gloria is sung, the sequence Victimae paschali laudes and the Creed are sung. The preface, communicantes and Hanc igitur are as on the Feast. At Vespers today commemorations are sung of St. Paul of the Cross, St. Peter Canisius and St. Vitalis.
Tomorrow commemorations are sung of St. Paul of the Cross and St. Vitalis at Lauds and at Mass. At Vespers commemorations are sung of St. Peter Martyr and St. Paul of the Cross.
On Friday a commemoration is sung at Lauds and at Mass of St. Peter Martyr. At Vespers commemorations are sung of St. Catharine of Siena and St. Peter Martyr.