I have heard it said that magic shows up at every concert but usually goes home disappointed.
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This routine has taken years to establish.
Anyone can write articles saying: “Church music must improve”—but actually getting one’s hands dirty? That’s different…
Nevertheless, we have had, and quite frankly still have, a number of fine choirs, conductors and organists that I would place on par and even above our European brethren.
This pew Lectionary & Missal is changing the way Catholics experience the Ordinary Form.
This year’s preacher will be Fr. James Gordon, F.S.S.P.
In this way, we keep the faith alive at the kitchen table and at the altar.
…probably unlike any musical booklet you’ve come across!
…perhaps more slowly than one would prefer, but finally the secret is beginning to leak!
Do you understand why some of the harmonies are blank?
A new undertaking of composer Paul Jernberg
Setting up keyboard shortcuts to setting the stops on a virtual pipe organ using the free software GrandOrgue.
A concise and clear explanation from a 1957 book…
Old photos of an ordination in Shanghai in 1985.
“You think I’m kidding, but I’m not. I know of no greater piece than this.” —Jeff Ostrowski
Under such circumstances, what should the believer do?
The Wanamaker Grand Court Organ