Found in a special choral collection by Maria von Trapp.
It even sounds great with four (4) singers: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass!
From “American Martyrs Catholic Church” in Manhattan Beach, California.
Bishop Ambo’s assertion that Mass was attended—for centuries—by a single woman (and nobody else) is bizarre.
Where “Parce Dómine” (the famous song for Lent) came from.
Including never-before-released photographs of Monsignor Martin B. Hellriegel.
The occasion I speak of is when he stopped by our home to see us one final time.
I demonstrate how the “Kyrie Eleison” can be adapted for use in the Extraordinary Form.
“I would dismiss it as the second text writer being lazy and stealing someone else’s music…” —Michael H.
When I just couldn’t take it anymore, I called up a friend on the telephone and paid him $150 to teach me.
How many Catholics realize how closely the feast of the Epiphany is tied to the Holy Eucharist and Calvary?
Those who celebrate VESPERS each week may wish to download my organ accompaniment booklet (25 pages) for the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany. This was originally released about a year ago (link), but minor improvements have been made.
Mr. Ostrowski created this seminar based on lectures, masterclasses, and tutorials he’s presented at the Sacred Music Symposium over the last decade.
A major announcement on 8 January 2024!
If you’re somebody who likes grandiloquence, you’ll prefer the description by Dr. Ellis.