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What Unites Lovers Of Church Music?
2015 April 19 by Jeff Ostrowski

“She told the male students that careers in music are only good for mothers who desire to make some extra cash.”


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I’d like to produce my own version, setting all six verses to different harmonizations.


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PDF • Organ Accompaniment to the “Vidi Aquam”
2015 April 19 by Jeff Ostrowski

A version for the organist composed by Canon Jules Van Nuffel (1883-1953)


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We have the treasury of sacred music to steer us. We have computers to help adapt scores to suit our choirs. And now we have an excellent resource which provides ready made adaptations of the Propers.


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Someone told me in advance the cardinal was a trained musician; he certainly was!


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That this resource—and a flood of new ones—are becoming available, points to a new awakening in the Church.


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The verses come from an Easter poem found in numerous ancient manuscripts.


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Resources • 2nd Sunday after Easter (1962 Missal)
2015 April 17 by Jeff Ostrowski

Including a lovely Easter piece from the middle ages called “Vita sanctorum.”


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Is This The World’s Greatest Cry Room?
2015 April 16 by Jeff Ostrowski

An usher approached me, tapping on my shoulder. This was the last straw.


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Fr. Samuel Weber is undoubtedly one of the modern masters of setting English chant.


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Should Church Singers Be Paid?
2015 April 14 by Jeff Ostrowski

Practice Videos for KYRIE “Impleta Sunt”—based on a piece by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.


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Cardinal Dolan Vested In Ferriola?
2015 April 13 by Jeff Ostrowski

Can someone who knows about vestments confirm this?


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Don't Tell Me What You Can Do: Show Me
2015 April 13 by Jeff Ostrowski

Directing a choir is extremely difficult. The obstacles often seem insurmountable.


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The Madeleine Choir School
2015 April 13 by Lucas Tappan

This institution is truly forming Catholic musicians for the future.


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