“The symposium was like nothing I have ever experienced.” — South Dakota Participant
Archives for July 2022
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 […]
Installment 2 • “How Has Nobody Done This Before?” (series)
Some have requested a “high resolution image” of Sacred Music Symposium 2022…
“The symposium exceeded all of my expectations.” — Pediatrician, Choirmaster, and Mother of Six Children
Ostrowski Vs. Weaver: Solesmes Rhythm, Gregorian Semiology, Dom Mocquereau, Dom Pothier, Mensuralism, and more!
From Asia: “I held choir rehearsal yesterday and one of the choir members (singing Alto) was just raving about how she loved the layout of the Brébeuf Choral Supplement because she didn’t have to look up and down for both music and verse—and she loved the ease with which she could sing her part because […]
“These are the musical treasures everyone needs to know about.” — 2022 Participant