We’ve already looked at the Pascha Nostrum, but there are other ways to distinguish the Easter season in the Daily Office! Among our Supplemental Canticles provided at the end of the Daily Office section of the Prayer Book are four that are labeled as appropriate for the Easter season.
#1 Magna et mirabilia (Song of the Redeemed, Rev. 15)
The rubrics indicate this canticle is appropriate both for Advent and for Easter. Since Advent has fewer options, this Customary recommends this canticle serve as the first canticle during Advent, rather than Easter.
#5 Cantemus Domino (Song of Moses, Ex. 15)
This canticle is a prime choice for the Easter Vigil as a response to the reading of the crossing of the Red Sea. And it’s also great for the Daily Office – consider making use of it as an alternative to the Te Deum on weekdays throughout the season!
#6 Dignus es (Song to the Lamb, Rev. 4 & 5)
This canticle is indicated as being appropriate both for Eastertide and Ascensiontide. This customary appoints Canticle 6 in place of the Te Deum in Morning Prayer for the weekdays starting on Ascension Day through Pentecost Week.
#7 Cantate domino (Sing unto the Lord, Ps. 98)
Historically, this canticle was appointed as the alternative for the Magnificat, presumably for the days on which that text, the Song of Mary, was appointed to be read in the New Testament lesson. That is how this Customary recommends Canticle 7 continue to be used, and thus not have a particularly Easter-related role.