“Qui bene cantat bis orat!”
Archives for August 2018
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.
When choirs cannot sing the proper properly…
On the ground in our parishes and in our choirs is where the truth lies. Let us not retreat.
“Authorized by the archbishops and bishops of Scotland for use in the Scottish dioceses.”
Some great contemporary choral works from a Canadian composer.
How can people claim this is a translation of the hymn by St. Thomas Aquinas?
“Now if God so clothe the grass of the field, which is today, and tomorrow is cast into the oven, how much more you, O ye of little faith!”
“It is also tragic to note that the hymnal was officially approved by the music commission of the Archdiocese of Seattle.” —Fr. Joseph Roff
How important is honesty?
“Have regard, O Lord, to Thy covenant, and forsake not to the end the souls of Thy poor.”
Ave Maria composed in Chinese style by Mons. Anthony CM Lau.
A hymnal out of print for fifty years has been scanned by Mr. Colin E. Jackson!
Seizing the Moment to Sing a Truly New Song to the Lord
Catholic TV focuses on the indispensable role of the pipe organ with Janet Hunt.
…including a failed descant from 1983.
We have all encountered these moments that sustain us along our pilgrim way and I assume the same could be said of all the Holy Martyrs.
“We live in such a commercialized world that things that are non-tangible seem to escape very often…” —Dr. Horst Buchholz
Who doesn’t like to talk about Gregorian Chant?