OMETHING WE NEVER DO is post previously-released blogs. Everything you see when you come here is newly created. Certain blogs simply “cut and paste” from previous years and—in my humble opinion—this is incredibly insulting to one’s audience. I admit I was tempted to break this rule today, because I have already written a whole lot about this Gregorian Hymn…so I really hope folks will check that out.
People were asking how it sounds…so here’s a *live* recording from last week:
To download the “singer score” and the “organist accompaniment” please go here:
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the live recording above only has a few singers. This piece (from the Brébeuf hymnal) is called: “Jam Christe Sol Justitiæ”—changed in 1631AD to “O Sol Salutis Intimis.”