Our booklet is now fairly complete. Having a booklet is helpful, but many people have asked to hear recordings. Although it varies less than the other hours of the Divine Office, there are still substantial changes, especially around this time of the Church’s year.
The latest version of our Compline Booklet is available at compline.brandt.id.au along with almost daily recordings from our family.
Other recordings of Compline which I am aware of include:
- The monks of the Abbaye Sainte-Madeleine du Barroux: barrouxchant.com have all their Divine Office available following the Antiphonale Monasticum.
- The new Gregorian Neumz project: neumz.com following the Liturgy of the Hours. They have released recordings of Holy Week and a new app is in the pipeline.
- A paid extension to the Universalis App offers Sung Compline from the Liturgy of the Hours sung by the Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory School
- A reader suggested this Dominican Compline App including recordings from the Friars from St. Dominic Priory (St. Louis, MO)
But I’m not aware of one following the 1962 books. So, we’ll keep recording!
Looking back over my earlier posts on my family’s adventures with Compline: in 2014 I wrote about Working on a Compline booklet.Then in 2016 I shared a discovery: Compline Online with Chant Notation . Last year I looked at taking the first steps in How to Install Compline in Your Home.