“If you occasionally share a habit of mine for getting stuck in one style, take new inspiration here!” —Miss Phoebe Wing
Archives for July 2018
It’s disturbing to realize that Mass was offered like this in some places.
Singular or Plural?
Beautiful churches and music in Canada…
They sure did sing with gusto in those days!
“To the man of cultivated taste, they are displeasing—and in some cases even offensive…”
Creating a metrical translation like that, so very literal, is stupefyingly difficult.
“Being Evangelical Catholics requires that we know the Gospel, believe the Gospel, live the Gospel, and share the Gospel with others—and this begins and ends for us in the sacred liturgy…”
This Canon, attributed to William Byrd, was greatly admired by Beethoven and Mozart.
To be held 27–29 September 2018, the conference will focus on the legacy of Msgr. Romano Guardini.
Recorded by participants at the 2018 Symposium!
Since the Canon cannot be recited “silently” in the Ordinary Form, I wonder if chanting it might be one answer to the lack of transcendence we often encounter within Mass.
Our profession is not an easy one.
…recorded on a device located at the very back of Church.
A printable copy of the beautiful Carmelite sequence with English translation alongside. Time to practise ready for the Feast Day on July 16!
The Pontifical Council for Culture will host “Church and Composers, Words and Sounds.”
Can you name this hymn melody?
I started to realize how little time we spend thinking about these things…
I thought today I would share with readers some of my impressions of the wonderful events that took place.