These might not constitute the most perfect way to assist at Mass, but they’re very nice (German) hymn tunes!
Archives for September 2016
I might be able to memorize that Chopin etude, but there’s no way I could memorize that 5-voice Bach fugue today.
Download these Breviary files and keep them as our little secret!
Taking Advantage of the Natural Beauty that Surrounds Us
“I shall remain here while there is a soul to save. My life is of no account if I can help you.” —Fr. Antoine Daniel
“Gregorian Chant in Pastoral Ministry and Religious Education” — March 10 & 11, 2017
The priest’s musical role is enormously influential. This can not be emphasized enough.
Archbishop Gomez will still speak, but the venue for Saturday has changed.
This tune will get stuck in your head, and the words by Cardinal Newman are splendid.
Well, today I decided to buck the system (in spite of my general LOVE of tradition) and simply referred to the various notes by their Takadimi syllables.
“Peace, peace, peace on earth; peace to God’s people, all people on earth.”
“Let Thy healing power, O Lord, in mercy deliver us from our waywardness…”
Reflections on the Status of the Liturgical Movement
“Let the operation of Thy mercy, we beseech Thee O Lord, direct our hearts…”
True Sacred Music brings hope and joy to those suffering.
Kevin Allen has released a collection every Roman Catholic choir will treasure!
One man’s hymn sensitivities are another man’s…
The word “Thy” is used in the Lord’s Prayer at every Mass, yet nobody struggles to understand it.
This volume by Paul Hume is supremely addictive!
Submissions Sought by the Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians