Sometimes a music director can encounter criticism about the music program. The good side of this is that it shows that someone cares.
Veronica Brandt has posted a beautiful antiphon reputed to keep the plague away; updated to correct a semitone variance in the first copy she made • The Cantuale Romano-Seraphicum from 1951 is mentioned • Free download of “Stella Caeli” along with the Litany of Our Lady+
The Litany of St Joseph in Latin chant with an English translation.
Take a look at this new introduction to the Latin Mass from the Trad Kids TV.
Liturgy of the Hours and Divine Office books become enormous when they include all the music for singing the psalms. Fortunately here are the tools to bring the music to your screen.
Setting up keyboard shortcuts to setting the stops on a virtual pipe organ using the free software GrandOrgue.
A dozen easy little pieces for organ.
A first step to planting the timeless prayer of the Universal Church in your home. Plus a four part setting of the prayer just because.
One of those fantastic diagrams of the structure of the Mass, expostulated in under 9 minutes.
Excerpts from the life of Fr Gereon Goldmann – bombs, concentration camps, espionage and Gregorian chant.
In which Veronica describes some unexpected benefits of taking up music lessons.
Two hymns with the same opening line, but very different content. A mystery rewrite symptomatic of an avoidance of personal contrition.
Giovanni Battista Fasolo published an enormous book of organ interludes without pedals • Pierre Gouin typed them up, bringing you this clear window into renaissance liturgical music for free! • Enjoy this treasure trove of organ music from almost 400 years ago! Plus a few highlights from along the way+
Sparks of hope from the youth synod – an apology mentioning “unbeautiful” liturgies and witholding the Church’s treasury of prayers.
A printable copy of the beautiful Carmelite sequence with English translation alongside. Time to practise ready for the Feast Day on July 16!