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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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"As the subject of the language of worship was discussed in the Council hall over the course of several days, I followed the process with great attention, as well as later the various wordings of the Liturgy Constitution until the final vote. I still remember very well how after several radical proposals a Sicilian bishop rose and implored the fathers to allow caution and reason to reign on this point, because otherwise there would be the danger that the entire Mass might be held in the language of the people — whereupon the entire hall burst into uproarious laughter."
— Alfons Cardinal Stickler (1997)

“How To Use The Brébeuf Hymnal” (Video)
published 8 January 2019 by Jeff Ostrowski

OR MOST OTHER HYMNALS, you can spend fifteen minutes looking through the index and—Bingo!— you basically know what’s in the hymnal. The Brébeuf Hymnal is not like that. It must be examined carefully; it must be held and felt; it must be experienced…because it has numerous unique features you will love:

The Organ Accompaniment edition will be available soon; as will the SATB choral edition. They’re not quite ready yet, but that’s okay—because people need a chance to really study the contents of the Brébeuf Hymnal. It is unlike any other hymnal.