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Acompañamientos • MISAL ROMANO, Tercera Edición
2018 October 19 by Richard J. Clark

Free Download of two sets of accompaniments for chants of the new Misal Romano, Tercera Edición.


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Radio Interview • Óscar Romero & New Beginnings
2018 September 21 by Richard J. Clark

“I hope my poem also speaks to the role of the church in our society.” — E. Ethelbert Miller


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Trumpeter, Richard Kelley’s lyricism can be compared to that of an oboe or clarinet. His soul and humanity pours forth in his playing.


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Join a Choir! Now!
2018 August 31 by Richard J. Clark

When you sing in a choir, know that you will impact people’s lives in ways you cannot imagine and likely in ways you will never know.


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Catholic TV focuses on the indispensable role of the pipe organ with Janet Hunt.


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Who doesn’t like to talk about Gregorian Chant?


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A new collection of organ works based on familiar and beloved plainchants


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As both performer and teacher, James David Christie models excellence and beauty.


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“My wish is that our viewers will walk into Sunday Mass with a new attentiveness…” — Stephanie Scogna


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“Sacerdotes Dei” — Introit for the Ordination of Priests


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Listening and Mission
2018 April 20 by Richard J. Clark

All that matters is God’s call of service—God’s agenda. This mission of service is primary. Service is a form of love.


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Good-hearted musicians amplify success musically, economically, and spiritually.


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“He is in every way a composer of Bach’s stature and accomplishment both technically and expressively.” ~ Scott Metcalfe


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Two Choral Works and Propers for Lent
2018 January 19 by Richard J. Clark

Chant-based works for Lent


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Msgr. Michael F. Groden’s Contribution to Sacred Music
2018 January 12 by Richard J. Clark

Quite curiously, the first full-time employee this developer and builder hired as pastor was a musician. A musician? Really? Yes.


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Discouragement and Hope
2017 December 15 by Richard J. Clark

Despite such a bleak picture, so many musicians remain faithful and loyal servants of the Church. This is hope.


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I’ve made this an essential part of concert preparation.
2017 December 01 by Richard J. Clark

I’m embarrassed to say, I feel I have only discovered this necessity recently.


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Unapologetically Roman Catholic in New York City
2017 November 24 by Richard J. Clark

They open the doors to people of all faiths and backgrounds. But they will celebrate the Eucharist, Adore the Blessed Sacrament, and administer the sacraments boldly out on the open for all to witness and experience.


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A Requiem on All Souls Day at St. Patrick's Cathedral
2017 October 27 by Richard J. Clark

This work is based on the Gregorian Chants of the Requiem Mass. It was directly inspired by the Requiem Mass in the Extraordinary Form at the 2012 Sacred Music Colloquium in Salt Lake City, Utah.


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Three Entrance Antiphons for the Celebration of Marriage
2017 October 06 by Richard J. Clark

Free Download: Three Entrance Antiphons For the Celebration of Marriage


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