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A theorist, organist, and conductor, Jeff Ostrowski holds his B.M. in Music Theory from the University of Kansas (2004), and did graduate work in Musicology. He serves as choirmaster for the new FSSP parish in Los Angeles, where he resides with his wife and children.
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“In all this mediaeval religious poetry there is much that we could not use now. Many of the hymns are quite bad, many are frigid compositions containing futile tricks, puns, misinterpreted quotations of Scripture, and twisted concepts, whose only point is their twist. But there is an amazing amount of beautiful poetry that we could still use. If we are to have vernacular hymns at all, why do we not have translations of the old ones?”
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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Musical Resources • 14th Sunday after Pentecost
published 12 August 2016 by Jeff Ostrowski


This Mass will occur on 21 August 2016.


PROCESSIONAL   •   #888 Come Holy Ghost, Who Ever One

From the Campion Hymnal.


ASPERGES

PDF Score (Singer)   •   Practice Audio (Singer)   •   Organist

We also add a polyphonic section, which is #4550.


INTROIT   •   Sung by the men.

PDF Score (Singer)   •   Practice Audio (Singer)


KYRIE ELEISON

To rehearse the Rice Kyrie, locate #4781.


GLORIA IN EXCELSIS

We will sing #7709.


GRADUAL & ALLELUIA

We sing #3524 with the verses which you don’t need to practice.


CREDO IV   •   Alternatim

We sing this version: #3445.


OFFERTORY ANTIPHON

PDF Score (Singer)


Organist will play during the Offertory.


SANCTUS & HOSANNA

We have been singing #3496.


AGNUS DEI

Here is the musical score. To learn this piece, visit this website and locate #2978.   The words are different, but the music is the same.


COMMUNION ANTIPHON   •   Sung by the ladies.

PDF Score (Singer)   •   Practice Audio (Singer)

Accompanied from these markings.


COMMUNION

The Hymn to St. Joseph is #7593.


RECESSIONAL HYMN   •   #896 The Blessed Sacrament Of The Altar

From the Campion Hymnal.   Click here to hear the tune, but that’s slower than we’ll take it.


PRAYER WITH THE CHOIR (taken from the CAMPION HYMNAL) :

207 Precis


Here’s the most common conclusion:

407 Christ Saves