Most people comb desperately through the final pages, seeking the correct section…
Article Subtitle: “Brave schola director posts live recording from rehearsal.”
Many of the faithful here have not partaken of the Eucharist for many, many months.
In spite of the devastation caused by Covid-19, I am encouraged to see more and more projects like this!
In a recent survey, only 3% of young adults said it was music that drew them to the Latin Mass. Find out why that’s great news for church musicians.
To my fellow church musicians: may we all carry our banners bravely forward…
I would give anything to know how these girls created this recording—because it’s free rhythm!
(Be patient while it loads) —Easy to use, fully complete; what more could you ask?
The pop-up has been taken down…plus, a small gift to our readers!
Have you seen the viral video of four men singing Ubi Caritas in a stairwell? Here are some thoughts on this phenomenon.
Supremely rare Belgian book with Gregorian Chant!
If this had caught on, every chant book—along with every psalm setting of Palestrina, Victoria, Morales, Guerrero, etc.—would have become “garbage” overnight.
Offering an Acceptable Sacrifice
Religious instruction from Fr. Robert Nash, SJ. (1943 Imprimatur)
The fourth installment—“Mass settings that work well, even with a single cantor + organist.”
I doubt the Divine Office in the vernacular could have been more beautifully sung.
One common place for musicians to feel wear and tear is in the neck. Here’s how to release it.
When we pray from a book which is special, beautiful, and dignified, it helps us focus.
Imagine trying to read from a score like this!
There is an illusion of permanence in the Church. We are changing often and changing right now.
Today comes the third setting. A total of five Masses will be released.
I will release five (5) Mass settings which come off well with a single cantor & organist; today is the 2nd installment.
Over the next few weeks, I will release five (5) different Mass settings which can be sung with a single cantor & organist.
Potiron, Ostrowski, Bragers, Marier, Desrocquettes, Murray, and more!
Including O SALUTARIS (“O Saving Victim Opening Wide”) and TANTUM ERGO (“Down in Adoration Falling”) in Latin and English.
Some people love it; others hate it. Regardless, Mocquereau never backed down, and we must admire his tenacity!