I didn’t have the heart to tell this fellow that the same melody occurs at other times of the liturgical year.
Archives for December 2022
Those who so desire may now download this organ accompaniment booklet (25 pages) for the 4th Sunday of Advent, including the “O ANTIPHON” for 18 December 2022.
“In much wisdom there is much sorrow; whoever increases knowledge increases grief.” —Ecclesiastes 1:18
Free scores and practice videos for the Epiphany Proclamation in English and Spanish for the Novus Ordo.
The 4th Sunday of Advent is dedicated to Mary.
In my humble opinion, that ‘explanation’ is sheer, unadulterated gobbledygook.
Their spelling of French names could have used some proofreading!
… from the “Roman Gradual” (1912) edited by Max Springer, a famous Gregorianist of the Beuron school.
I don’t know a more powerful exposition on the Holy Eucharist than this striking hymn by Archbishop Pecham!
Fascinating details from never-before-seen letters recently discovered in southern France!
My humble attempt at singing the Introit for the 3rd Sunday of Advent in accordance with the official rhythm.
… including a deliciously dazzling discovery you won’t want to miss!
There’s nothing necessarily authentic about the “authentic” rhythm.
During 2023, why not elevate your Ordinary Form parish’s liturgy with this illuminated pew lectionary?
Those who so desire may now download a live recording of my choir—which consists of 100% volunteer singers—singing the “Advent Kyrie” (KYRIE XVII) last Sunday.