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This 1,292 page book is much thinner than I had anticipated.


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The Universal Music
2015 April 09 by Andrew Leung

A little reflection on the universality of Sacred Music after Holy Week…


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I was surprised to see composer David Haas comment on facebook in support of this.


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A “Dialogue” Low Mass with singing (c. 1958) by choristers of St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney.


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You will notice that Fr. Weber’s version sounds quite similar to the authentic Latin chant.


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Notice how the priest, dressed in cope, is engulfed in darkness at the beginning of the Easter Vigil—except for candles burning.


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Jaw-Dropping Liturgical Manuscripts (7,055 Pages)
2015 April 06 by Jeff Ostrowski

Catholics can now see with their own eyes the antiquity of our liturgy.


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Can You Love Liturgy Too Much?
2015 April 06 by Jeff Ostrowski

Should we assume malice on the part of those who denigrate the Traditional Mass?


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All Nine Readings
2015 April 05 by Fr. David Friel

Celebrating the Easter Vigil in Its Fullness


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A thing desired by many!


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Rough PDF • Rubrics & Music, Holy Saturday (1962)
2015 April 04 by Jeff Ostrowski

I don’t usually release “rough cut” PDF files, but this one is so valuable…


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“O Sacred Head Surrounded” | Buxtehude
2015 April 03 by Richard J. Clark

Dieterich Buxtehude was a direct influence on Johann Sebastian Bach—and for good reason.


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Even Solesmes makes errors from time to time.


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Sing One Note
2015 April 02 by Lucas Tappan

When most singers receive a new motet, they focus on the words rather than the music.


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An Essential & Unique Thing For Holy Thursday
2015 April 02 by Jeff Ostrowski

…and a look at Holy Thursday from the 1965 Missal.


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