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“The Pope is not an absolute monarch whose thoughts and desires are law. On the contrary: the Pope’s ministry is a guarantee of obedience to Christ and to his Word. He must not proclaim his own ideas, but rather constantly bind himself and the Church to obedience to God’s Word, in the face of every attempt to adapt it or water it down, and every form of opportunism.”
— His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI (11 May 2005)

Organ Accompaniments for the Campion Hymnal

528 Organist Campion ORGANIST VOL. 1   •   388 pages, spiral bound
      — Complete Kyriale   •   $37.99

Contents:   Three (3) different harmonizations of the Ordinarium Missae are included in our book:
1.) Achille P. Bragers, LOW KEY;
2.) Carlo Rossini, MIDDLE KEY;
3.) Nova Organi Harmonia, HIGH KEY.

For purposes of comparison:   Other merchants sell the Bragers Kyriale (alone!) for $38.

ORGANIST VOL. 2   •   374 pages, spiral bound
      — Hymns & Simple Chants   •   $44.95

Contents:   1.) Organ accompaniments for all the Hymns in Campion Hymnal;   2.) Additional transpositions and alternate harmonizations for many of the hymns;   3.) Information on interpreting the Vatican Edition rhythm;   4.) Organ accompaniments for the “Simple Chants” in the Campion Hymnal.

For purposes of comparison:   GIA sells their “Gather Comprehensive” accompaniment book for $105.   OCP sells their “Journeysongs Third Edition” accompaniment book for $110.   GIA sells their “Worship Fourth Edition” accompaniment book for $115.

A book is being produced which contains SATB versions of the hymns for choirs. Until this book is released, please use the harmonizations provided in the Organist Edition. Thank you.


The “perfect” hymn harmonization does not exist. Harmonizations must be chosen according to: 1.) skill of the organist; 2.) acoustic of the Church; 3.) type of choir; 4.) needs of the congregation; 5.) amount of verses to be sung; 6.) time of day (lower for morning, higher for evening); and a thousand other important considerations. For this reason, we included the “standard” harmonization for each hymn. We also included transpositions for more than half of the hymns (based on range and tessitura, which, incidentally, are not the same thing). Furthermore, we included alternate harmonizations when this seemed appropriate.

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