This SATB setting by Father Lhoumeau—although contemporary—certainly adheres to the “rule” of Pope Saint John Paul II.
Archives for July 2022
“The Sacred Music Symposium was one of the most enjoyable, intense, and spiritually fulfilling experiences of my life.” — Isabella Marie
The answer surprised me!
If you know additional church music job openings, please share them!
I write in response to the 6 July 2022 statement by Pope Francis: “Make your voices heard! If they do not listen to you, shout even louder.”
These pieces for “SAB” (Soprano, Alto, Bass) were commissioned by our organization for the National Eucharistic Revival.
A gift from The Catholic Sacred Music Project and the Benedict XVI Institute
A look at Dom Pothier’s performance instructions for a communion antiphon reveals a great deal of complexity in this pre-Mocquereau interpretive approach.
This is the “pure” Vatican Edition—technically the only version of the rhythm allowed by Church documents!
Singing the Little Office of the Immaculate Conception gets a whole lot more approachable.
Gabby shares how attending the Latin Mass has profoundly changed her life.
Installment 3 • “How Has Nobody Done This Before?” (series)
“Never apologize for your choir, because they’re as good as you are!”
Composer Brian Michael Page has released “Psalm 151.”
Statement by Pope Benedict XVI • Saint Peter’s Square (October, 2005)
“The symposium was like nothing I have ever experienced.” — South Dakota Participant
In spite of its imperfections, creating this (draft) booklet required much more effort than I had anticipated.
New Sacred Music Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico!
Someone who heard the CCW plainsong recordings with NOH accompaniment says: “For years I have travelled the continents and crossed the oceans of Gregorian chant in search of a composition and interpretation as sublime as this. The text and the melody are interwoven in a game of mirrors with the interpreters, the singer and the […]
I’m dumbstruck (with joy) to see that my recent video presentation on plainsong rhythm has garnered quite a number of “views” on VIMEO. I also made the full presentation available on YouTube, and—as I write these words—it has collected 700+ views. How cool is it that folks are still interested in the rhythm of Cantus […]