I know how difficult it can be to introduce chant to a Novus Ordo parish.
A lot of what we do in serving our communities is rather unglamorous…
I desire to post more of these fascinating videos, as soon as I can find the time.
Many erroneously believe the Kyrie was the only thing troped, but that’s not even close to true.
One decade into the project, the results are fascinating.
Here’s how our parish is working to fill the ears, hearts, and minds of the youth with truly sacred music from a young age.
I wish Epiphany lasted forever—the hymns are rich with theology!
Take a look at this new introduction to the Latin Mass from the Trad Kids TV.
We can be so caught up in the cycle of planning, delivering and marking lessons, that we never have time to step back and consider the bigger picture in a way that would improve how we do our jobs.
Gregorian Chant and mighty pipe organs will be front and center at two concerts: Boston’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City.
The Church’s greatest hymn? Many believe it’s this one.
You can compare my accompaniment to that of Achille P. Bragers.
Download this PDF score—free to all—and sing during Advent!
“One of the challenges of a small choir is having enough singers to pull off any kind of polyphony. ” —Andrea Leal
Including a “preview” of the forthcoming Brébeuf Hymnal SATB Choral Supplement.
“Dazzlingly luscious” is probably best way to describe this Mass.
We have completed part 1. When part 2 is finished, we’ll release that, as well.
This is part 1 of 3 — and the other parts will be released soon.