Today comes the third setting. A total of five Masses will be released.
I will release five (5) Mass settings which come off well with a single cantor & organist; today is the 2nd installment.
Over the next few weeks, I will release five (5) different Mass settings which can be sung with a single cantor & organist.
Potiron, Ostrowski, Bragers, Marier, Desrocquettes, Murray, and more!
Including O SALUTARIS (“O Saving Victim Opening Wide”) and TANTUM ERGO (“Down in Adoration Falling”) in Latin and English.
Some people love it; others hate it. Regardless, Mocquereau never backed down, and we must admire his tenacity!
This piece probably won’t “make sense” the first time you hear it.
I composed this organ accompaniment yesterday, looking ahead towards Eastertide.
The Congregation has released a short document with pertinent guidance.
Finding the “perfect” accompaniment for hymns can be challenging. Here is my attempt.
Free download of Stella Caeli – a hymn against outbreaks of contagious disease along with the Litany of Our Lady.
An extremely rare hymnal compiled by the Most Rev’d Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio.
There’s something comforting about the Brébeuf hymnal translations, since they were created by Catholic priests.
The Litany of St Joseph in Latin chant with an English translation.
I followed the “Brébeuf hymnal method,” in which every verse is written out…
You can compare my accompaniment to that of Achille P. Bragers.
Download this PDF score—free to all—and sing during Advent!
“One of the challenges of a small choir is having enough singers to pull off any kind of polyphony. ” —Andrea Leal
Including a “preview” of the forthcoming Brébeuf Hymnal SATB Choral Supplement.
“Dazzlingly luscious” is probably best way to describe this Mass.